This dinner for four only costs a little more than $10.00 to make and diners will welcome the Asian-inspired flavours that change it from an everyday casserole. Prepare pork and cabbage up to a day in advance and use leftover rice to cut back on prep time for a fast week-night meal.
I had this chili on my recent trip to Arizona and it is out of this world delicious. Chef Burke Perry at the Westin Kierland Resort and Spa in Scottsdale, Arizona, was kind enough to share the recipe with me. This makes a lot but I'm sure you can freeze it or feel free to reduce the amounts.
Salmon's full flavor combines well with rich Asian ingredients -- hoisin sauce, sesame oil and shiitake mushrooms. Fold the mixture into flour tortillas for a fun hands-on meal. You can also use snapper, sea bass, swordfish, tuna, or shrimp.
This is NOT an authentic Pad Thai recipe, but it's a delicious version of American Pad Thai. Based on Cook's Illustrated's Pad Thai with some additions from SheSimmers.com. It comes together VERY quickly once you start cooking, so make sure all your ingredients are prepared in advance.
Banh mi originated as a beautiful adaptation of the classic baguette sandwiches that the French introduced to Vietnam in the early 20th century...sweet-tart, savory, spicy, cool, crunchy. Marinade time required for the pickled veggies. From King5.com station by Lynne Vea.
ETA: Help! I need help developing this recipe. I made it but the sauce needs help. Any chefs out there willing to help me with stronger sauce ideas? Something needs to balance the sweetness of the dates a bit more. Maybe a denser balsamic-based sauce?
I picked up some dates at Trader Joe's yesterday and thought they'd be really good on a pizza, so this is what I'm going to use them for this Pizza Friday. This (doubled) is The Best pizza dough to use for any pizzas and will certainly compliment mine: Recipe #301703 from I Can't Believe It's Healthy. Be sure to double or triple it. We're too wimpy for gorgonzola and don't like feta or goat cheese, but if you want to bump the sophistication level of this pie to lofty heights...
This is a simple tagine recipe that can be cooked in a large saucepan or casserole. very easy to prepare and cook. This freezes well too - just don't use the nuts and coriander until reheated and ready to serve ; )
Digitally released by the JFK Presidential Library 2/11/14. I found it on this BBC article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-magazine-monitor-26160596 It is also posted on the JFC Presidential Library Facebook page 2/11/14: https://www.facebook.com/JFKLibrary It is interesting to see Mary Hemingway's special instructions scribbled in the margins. The original recipe specified Spice Island Mei Yen Powder which is no longer available so I have replaced that with the components of salt, sugar and MSG. These are whopping 8 oz burgers....I might make them smaller. If you do, adjust the cooking time.
I love this family recipe because it is wonderfully cheap to make and always saves the day when you have hardly any money left (a great rescue plan especially the last few days before pay day). Its delicious, filling, quick and easy.
From Vietnam. Found on The Kitchen blog. Posted by Emma Christensen. She says:
"This dish is actually quite elegant in its simplicity. The seasoned noodles are the real star with the crispy pork and other ingredients just there to play back up. It's usually served cold or room temperature, and many versions include either dried or whole cooked shrimp to make it a more substantial meal. I chose to leave the shrimp out of my dish, but please feel free to add them if shrimp are something you like."