A Thai-style omelet (kai jeow) is browned and crispy, it's quite different from a French omelet, especially thanks to the punch of umami from its essential ingredient: fish sauce! See note at bottom about additional add ins and serving suggestions.
This is a spicy vegetable dipping sauces similar to salsa, often served over fish, chicken or pork as a main dish or rice crackers or tortilla chips as an appetizer. It is often a condiment (called jeow) in an Asian meal.
This recipe was inspired by a local cupcake store that blends any of their gourmet cupcake flavors with ice cream. I thought that sounded interesting, so I made this version for ZWT 9 Coffee Plantation Challenge. I used all vanilla ice cream, but using half coffee ice cream and half vanilla would work also.
This recipe is on Jamie Oliver's website. Spices sweet potatoes wrapped in crispy phyllo pastry.Cooking time does not include cooking the sweet potatoes which can be done well in advance. Posted for ZWT9.
Baked chicken thighs with an array of tomatoes and squashed potatoes. Found this recipe online, made it for dinner and spruced it up a little. The tomatoes are blanched and peeled, but that step can be skipped if you're in a hurry.
This recipe uses cake mix and a few extras to make a moist and rich cake that is easy to travel with. There is no icing, but I would recommend a cream cheese icing if you just have to have one :) Made for Dining on a Dollar Recipe Contest 2013.
This is a twist on a very easy beef and veggie soup recipe. A set it and forget it type of recipe. I recommend chopping the meat as small as possible to speed up the cooking of it. And dice the veggies small enough to eat with a spoon.
This is a savory sandwich with a nice hint of sweet brown sugar. The cranberry bun is very easy to make and really brings this breakfast to the next level. If you do not use salted butter you may want to sprinkle a dash of salt on the eggs while they cook. Please don't be worried about the long list of directions, it's really not hard to make!