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    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    Another recipe from culinary school. We served it on the side with Jambalaya, but it's good on just about anything.

    Recipe #503583

    5 Reviews |  By IngridH

    There are as many different recipes for this as there are Moroccan cooks; this is the blend I learned in culinary school and it's darn tasty. This recipe assumes you are using all pre- ground spices, but it's even better if you start with whole spices, toast them, and grind yourself.

    Recipe #503579

    1 Reviews |  By IngridH

    For my final exam in one of my culinary classes, we had to create a sandwich that reflected a culture which we had some familiarity with. I'm of Swedish decent, and so decided to make an open faced Swedish meatball sandwich. This is the result, and I passed the exam with full points. I use the meatballs from my recipe #367918, but if you don't feel like making them from scratch, use a Swedish meatball that is easy for you. Don't use an Italian meatball, the flavor profile is entirely different. FYI- The exam I originally made this for required the use of chicken, so I subbed ground chicken thigh for the meats in the recipe I noted above. Feel free to do so if you'd like, it still tasted authentic as the seasonings were true to the original.

    Recipe #503085

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    From Cooking Light, August 2012. This is a great addition to your summer BBQ. I usually use ancho chili powder when no specific type is called for, which is mild, and slightly smokey- a nice compliment to the grilled flavor of the corn.

    Recipe #483857

    1 Reviews |  By IngridH

    This is from a local cooking class that I took. The fruity, slightly tart sauce really complements the rich flavor of the duck breast. Use the rendered duck fat to fry some tiny new potatoes for a decadent dish worthy of a dinner party.

    Recipe #483653

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    Taken from The New Portuguese Table by David Leite http://leitesculinaria.com . I love working out of this book! The recipes are laid out beautifully, and work very well. This lamb stew is full of hearty flavorful ingredients, sure to fill you up on a cool evening or after a hard day's work. This takes a couple of hours, plus marinating time; but is well worth the time invested!

    Recipe #483382

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    I had a craving for burritos, and this is what I came up with. For the taco seasoning, I used recipe #199955. For the shredded chicken, I started with 3 pounds of bone in, skin on thighs, which I roasted with just salt and pepper. I have a small appetite, so one burrito is a serving for me, but if you have a larger appetite, two might be better.

    Recipe #483359

    I love potato skins! I've had them is many ways, but I've seen very few recipes that put taco fillings on them. For this recipe I went one step farther and used sweet potatoes. The heat in the chile powder is a great match for the sweetness of the potato. For the taco meat, I've called for extra lean ground beef and a (partial) packet of taco seasoning; but I would suggest using leftover taco meat from another meal, since so little is called for. Also, don't feel you have to use beef- any ground meat or meat sub with your favorite taco seasoning will work here. These would be great to serve as finger food during the big game, either instead of, or along side nachos. I went pretty basic when I made them, but you can load them up with whatever toppings float your boat! I've included the time to bake the sweet potatoes, but you can put this together this very quickly if you bake the potatoes and make the taco meat ahead.

    Recipe #483358

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    This is modified from Madhur Jaffrey's Quick & Easy Indian Cooking. I love her recipes, but find that they call for far more fat than my diet can sustain, so I've left all the flavor but cut the butter and oil. These are wonderful as either an appetizer to share with a crowd, or a main dish for 4. Just a note- turmeric stains, so please be careful not to get the marinade on your counter, or your clothes.

    Recipe #482178

    3 Reviews |  By IngridH

    Adapted from Steve Raichlen's The Barbecue! Bible. This is a quick, easy marinade that makes an amazing grilled steak. The key to making this REALLY fast is to use a thin cut steak and only cook it for a couple of minutes on each side. I serve with grilled vegetables and rice for a complete meal. Prep time includes 30 minutes of marinating in the fridge.

    Recipe #479591

    I've adapted this from Elizabeth Andoh's wonderful book Washuko. I love the flavors in Japanese food, and how simple most of the recipes are. This one is no exception; beautiful fresh fish, miso, mirin and sake. That's it.

    Recipe #472502

    1 Reviews |  By IngridH

    I recently took a cooking class, and this was one of the recipes we made. I've changed it up a bit to use ingredients I keep on hand most of the time. This is a quick and easy side dish, and goes well with chicken, pork or seafood.

    Recipe #471066

    1 Reviews |  By IngridH

    From Fine Cooking, Dec 2011. I've adapted these a little bit, using less leek than the original called for. The original also called for 4 small sweet potatoes, which I've never found; the ones I get are a pound or more so I've adjusted the cooking time to reflect this. If you can find small ones, cut back the first baking time to 30 minutes.

    Recipe #470192

    This is the traditional way to make a ham for the smorgasbord served on Christmas Eve in Sweden. I grew up eating this wonderful dish, and look forward to it ever year. It's really an investment of time- yes, it takes two weeks to make. But, most of that is hands-off; and the result is well worth it. This recipe was written before commercial refrigeration was available, and I'm posting it the old fashioned way. If you have room in your fridge to keep a 10-12 pound ham for two weeks- be my guest. I just put it in my unheated (and VERY cool) laundry room to cure and brine. I do, of course, refrigerate the leftovers.

    Recipe #469673

    1 Reviews |  By IngridH

    A basic green salad with some very special ingredients- pomegranate seeds, Gorgonzola cheese, toasted pistachios, and a raspberry vinaigrette. I got the inspiration from recipe #109382, but I changed so much that I decided to post a new recipe. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

    Recipe #469380

    Adapted from the City Tavern Cookbook. If you like oysters, give this a try! You can make this ahead if you wish, through the cooking covered for 30 minutes. Cool and refrigerate, then cook the next day uncovered until the top is golden and the stuffing is heated through.

    Recipe #468865

    2 Reviews |  By IngridH

    Not your usual tuna or egg salad, this can be enjoyed as is, in a sandwich, on top of greens, or any other way that sounds good to you. If you want to add a touch of mayo for creaminess, go ahead- but it's plenty good without! You can change up the ingredients to suit what you have on hand, or what you like- chopped pickles instead of capers, oil packed tuna instead of water packed, different herbs, shallot instead of green onion... This is just how I first made it based on what was in my kitchen.

    Recipe #467039

    3 Reviews |  By IngridH

    Adapted from Food & Wine, Oct 2011. A very easy, comforting dish for a cool evening. I'd serve this with a nice loaf of crusty bread and a glass of red wine.

    Recipe #464202

    3 Reviews |  By IngridH

    From Food & Wine, Oct 2011. I haven't tried this yet- posting for safekeeping. The author specifies drumsticks for this recipe, but I think thighs would work equally well, just adjust the cooking time slightly. Serve with crusty bread to soak up the sauce.

    Recipe #464201

    1 Reviews |  By IngridH

    From Food & Wine, Oct 2011. This is a wonderful, easy chicken dish that is perfect for the vinegar lover in your life! I made it with legs and thighs, but any chicken pieces will work. Just check early for the white meat to be done if you are using it. This makes enough sauce to nicely coat all of the pieces, but not enough to spoon over rice or noodles. If you like lots of sauce, I'd suggest you double that part of the recipe.

    Recipe #464200

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