This is a Classic Caesar Dressing and is the tastiest and very close to the original.
The volumes have ranges as Caesar dressings are the best to play with for your own taste buds. I prefer with more garlic
This becomes a nice tender juicy fish and the breading mixture is excellent mix for this kind of fish. Most fish fillets will work but for this one tilapia works best.
Works well with fresh cut fries or garlic and onion rice.
This recipe is simply velvet. it is veery good and delicious with roast beef but can be addaped for many roast type meals depending on what you add at the end for your particular type of tastes.I.E. teaspoon of horseradish for roast beef. Fresh thyme for roast chicken...
This is probably the best and easiest way to make wild salmon. Alot of flavor and simple. The sesame compliments the salmon very well while the sause blends nicely with the ginger and onion. Served best with basmati rice and steamed vegetables.
This is a great dinner idea as it is so easy to prepare and the flavors are simple yet very delicately balanced. The pork becomes very tender and the apple becomes like a sauce. great with rice or couscous
For the lovers of sushi and Japanese food. I cant recall where I seen this or from who but I have adapted from that original Idea. Taking sushi rice and making it into a simple rice pudding rolled on chocolate to make Maki rolls of your favourite fruit.
This is my favorite chili as it has more of a smoke flavor rather than a lot of heat. But you can add more heat to your liking with fresh jalapeno or long red chili peppers. The chipotle pepper are what gives the smoked flavor so if you enjoy that go with the 1 teaspoon. Substitute dry beans for 1 can kidney beans for time.
This is a great favorite of anyone who loves spicy sauces for pasta and can be made either vegetarian or with my way with a good Italian Pancetta. The ultimate way is to use fresh tomatoes and not canned but canned works as well to save time. The amount of herbs and hot pepper can be adjusted to your own tastes but this guideline is awesome.