I made this delicious recipe last night for the first time ever and it was fantastic! After removing the skin from two chicken breasts I decided to fry them up until brown and crispy and cook the potatoes in the rendered fat. The result was far better than I had hoped for. I normally do not like potatoes but prepared in this way even a potato hater like myself will love them!
This is a recipe that I got from Gina (recipe# 10317). I read the comments and some people found it to be a bit too sweet so I lowered the sugar, lowered the butter, and increased the cocoa to get this revised delicious recipe. It makes a brownie that is less sweet but with a very chocolate flavor and very good.
I adapted this recipe from one that was written by Australian chef Jennifer Mc Lagan from her wonderful book entitled "fat". I just made this one last night and 'twas wonderful, simple and easy to make. Enjoy!
This is a recipe that I came up with for an olive loaf. It turned out great so I'm posting it here. My girlfriend loves it and makes me bake it quite often. The proportions are estimations. I have been baking bread for years and no longer use recipes but this one should get you close to the mark. Enjoy!
To make this recipe you first need to make "Pork Belly recipe# 238773" posted by Heatherbelle2. Heather posted a fantastic recipe for making an Asian style pork belly with a delicious plum sauce. This recipe uses the reserved rendered spiced pork fat to cook the asparagus. Just reserve the spiced pork fat from the pork belly recipe to make this delicious dish. Enjoy!
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