Grilled chicken with roasted veggie potato corn cake, fondue and green beans This recipe is for a full meal. You can cook the full meal (see the following steps for each individual side) or you can prepare each dish to serve as part of other meals. Serves 4. https://www.farmtofork.com/chefs/jet-aguirre/ Chef Jet Aguirre will be givingContinue reading “Good Food Is Good Medicine”
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Yaki Soba (with a twist)
I love noodles (can’t you tell?). It is my “go to” meal during cold season. Now that FALL finally arrived, I can indulge myself with my favorite noodles. What I enjoy most is putting my own healthy veggies and my own seasoning. So here is my version of Yaki Soba (not stir fry). INGREDIENTS: (ForContinue reading “Yaki Soba (with a twist)”
My Own Greek Salad
I love salads for dinner especially during summer. I can eat a large bowl of it. I enjoy experimenting on salads and the more I put healthy fruits, the colorful and the better it taste ~ yum. Here is one of my favorite. It is my own Greek Salad. INGREDIENTS: (1-2 people) 1 medium sizeContinue reading “My Own Greek Salad”
Healthy Angel Hair
For the healthy eaters like me. Here is a quick meal filled with nutritious ingredients from my own kitchen recipe… INGREDIENTS: (For two people) Half package of angel hair pasta noodles 4 medium size button brown mushrooms Quarter cut (from 1 lb.) ground turkey 5 pieces of Romano tomatoes A handful of cut fresh spinachContinue reading “Healthy Angel Hair”
Pearl’s Rosemary Chicken
Pearl’s Multi-part Demo: Cutting a Whole Chicken, Rosemary Chicken, and Ginger Chicken Congee… Wow, Pearl treated us to a three-part series on chicken, lots of it and no waste!• First, she taught us how to cut a whole chicken cleanly, working along fat lines and showing a very neat trick to get more meat outContinue reading “Pearl’s Rosemary Chicken”
What’s Cooking Teena?
Pad Kra Pow (Holy Basil Chicken) Pearl Yee’s Milder VersionPearl used ground chicken, one green Anaheim pepper and one red Fresno pepper (all without seeds), and she substituted the Thai peppers, water, and sugar with 2 tablespoons of Thai chili sauce instead.(Warning: When dicing fresh chili peppers, you may want to wear synthetic gloves) Otherwise,Continue reading “What’s Cooking Teena?”
Indian Halwa Dessert
~ Salomi ~ Ingredients: Corn flour- 1 cup Water to add in corn flour -2 cups Sugar -2 cups Water to add in sugar -2 cups Lemon juice- 1 tsp Cashew nuts and badam pieces- handful Orange food color – 1/4th tsp Ghee- 3tsp Cardamom powder -3/4th tsp How to prepare? 1) Add water toContinue reading “Indian Halwa Dessert”
Let’s check what’s in Salomi’s Kitchen….
Chana Masala Preparation for Chana Masala (skip if using canned) Rinse dried chickpeas thoroughly and soak for 8 hours in lots of water.Drain the water and add them to a pot or pressure cooker & pour 1½ cups water.Pressure cook the chana until soft for 5 to 6 whistles on a medium heat. If using instantContinue reading “Let’s check what’s in Salomi’s Kitchen….”
What’s Cooking @ Corinna’s Corner?
Seafood Cioppino! Prep Time: 15 min Cook Time: 1 hour Servings: 6-8 servings Ingredients 3/4 cup butter 2 medium onion, chopped 1 bulb of fresh fennel, chopped 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 bunch parsley leaves, minced 2 (14.5-ounce) cans plum tomatoes, undrained and cut up 2 (8-ounce) bottles clam juice 2 bay leaves 1 tablespoonContinue reading “What’s Cooking @ Corinna’s Corner?”
Recipe: Brioche French Toast
This recipe is easy to make and yields a delicious plate of french toast. It naturally makes 8 pieces of french toast, so be ready to share with family or friends! (You can also cut the recipe in half to make 4 pieces of french toast.) Original recipe from Food Network’s Robert Irvine. Ingredients 1Continue reading “Recipe: Brioche French Toast”