A delicious and easy version of Orange Chicken. It is sweet and tangy with a hint of spice if you chose to use the crushed red peppers. You can cook the chicken and make the sauce ahead of time to save time later if you need too. Just heat the chicken and add the sauce when the pan is hot.
From Thia Cooking and More. Curry pastes are the heart of Thai cooking. While you can easily purchase a jarred curry paste, making your own allows you to adjust it for your own tastes. Use 2 teaspoons ground red pepper for a mild taste or 4 teaspoons for a hot paste.
From Thai Cooking and More. To toast sesame seeds, spread seeds in a small skillet. Shake skillet over medium heat 2 minutes or until seeds begin to pop and turn golden. Prep time does not include marinade time.
These are delicious as appetizers or include them on your beef or chicken kabobs. The smokiness of the bacon and the smokiness of your grill's charcoal is a wonderful combination. The cheese chills out the heat of the jalapeños leaving them just slightly hot. Dip them in Ranch dressing to chill the heat even more. Cream cheese is a perfect substitute for neufchatel cheese.
I was grilling chicken and didn't want to take out all kinds of bottles and jars to season the chicken on the grill, so decided to mix everything together in one handy jar to carry with me. It was very tasty and much better then any store bought seasoning salts or mixes. I wanted to remember it so I could make it again so I am posting it now.