A throw-it-together and pop it in the oven supper. Use more chili powder or add hot sauce if you really want to spice it up!
I just want to add: Many people who have tried this recipe have had to cook it longer than I have specified. A hint: I always use a casserole dish with a heavy tight-fitting lid. I sometimes presoak my rice in cold water for 10 minutes or so. Hope this helps! =) Barb
PS...To Freeze : Cool, portion and freeze in a ziploc bag.
To reheat: Thaw, place in a covered casserole dish and bake until heated through.
These are really good as an entree or on a bun. I'd make them a little larger if putting on a bun. Not too spicy, kids should love them. I used only 1/2 tsp of garlic in the sauce and used regular mayo. I also sauteed these in olive oil and used closer to 2 tbsp. oil vs. 2 tsp. From Cooking Light Magazine
A delightful summer main dish. The cakes can be made ahead and frozen. Make small cakes to serve as an appetizer. This recipe is from our special friends - Ray and Anita. They were our next door neighbors for 23 years. Our children grew up with 2 sets of parents.
We had these at Bonefish Grill. They are a great app. Since then, I have been trying many recipes looking for one that tastes close. This is the best that I have found. Sometimes I fix these and just serve with a salad for lunch - very delicious!
The presentation and taste is that of a Very Fine Restaurant. Pamper your loved ones with these elegant pillows filled with flavor making them fit for a romantic Valentines evening. Served over a bed of fresh spinach or rice. Don't forget to remove the string or toothpicks.
From Madhur Jaffrey's Quick and Easy Indian Cooking, posted for ZWT IV.
Jaffrey says, "this dish takes just 15 minutes to cook and is best eaten fresh out of the oven. I leave it in its marinade until exactly 15 minutes before we sit down to eat. (It can stay in the marinade, covered and refrigerated, for several hours, or even overnight)."
This is a minimum effort maximum flavour recipe. Every summer we barbecue as much as we can (well I do live in England!) and I always have to make loads of these to throw on the barbie. Not only that, if I go to a friends barbie, I always get asked to bring some of my "green chicken thingies"--hence the name! They are so easy to do, but the flavours are great. I like to use little chicken fillets if I can, but strips of chicken breast are fine. You can of course just grill these off indoors, but itï¿½s not quite the same without that char grill flavour you get from a barbecue. They are also great hot or cold tucked into some pita bread with some salad ! NB-don't forget to soak the skewers if they are wooden! Timings do not include marinating time.
I just have to add that this is now a prize winning recipe..having been submitted for a competition here in Adelaide, I got invited along for a cook off with five others, and won a top of the range Weber Q barbecue and a stack of Weber goodies to go with it...along with plenty of rave reviews!!
NOTE: I don't recommend using all ground coriander and no fresh coriander..it really isn't the same at all.
I searched for this recipe on-line. I found a link to it from a Knoxsville, TN news station that Carrabba's Italian Grill was the presenter for chicken marsala. It includes the spices for the chicken before grilling. WBIR.com-recipes. Update: I always use 8 oz. fresh mushrooms and add them while sauteeing the shallots, so changed the recipe to my way of making it. Also can add more cornstarch for a thicker sauce, but start with the stated amount and add more to liking.
This is my adaptation of Recipe #190850. The servings here are VERY generous! I actually like to make this for 1 serving, using individual sized casserole dishes. If you are a single or 2 person household, individual serving casserole dishes are a must! If you have not worked with phyllo before...see note below. I calculated my recipe to be around 400 calories per serving...
From Madhur Jaffrey's Indian Cooking. I've been vegetarian on and off, so I'm not sure if I've ever tried this, but my husband *loves* it. ***cayenne & paprika*** You can combine them in any amount you like, as long as you use a total of 1 1/2 tablespoons. (I usually just use a little bit of cayenne and a LOT of paprika, so the kids can eat it too.) I use chicken legs (because they are cheap) and the marinade covers about 10 legs.
An easy, quick dinner that I often make on busy weeknights. There is nothing like the heavenly scent of paprika slowly simmering into chicken! This goes very well with pasta or rice. from original at allrecipes.com.
From Pam Riesenberg, Home Appetit, from a cooking lesson I had. It was delicious! Here are other optional ingredient suggestions: grilled Italian eggplant slices (1/4" thick rounds w/skin on), grilled zucchini slices, roasted peppers, grilled red onion slices. The hummus recipe here freezes well!