This is an offshoot of the regular broth that I keep on hand. Please feel free to criticize! How much salt should I have used? Would you prefer a different wine? I make broth monthly and use two crock pots, please change servings if necessary. My prep time includes roasting of vegetables.
I make this at least once a month, sometimes more often. Please feel free to review my recipe! I really wonder how much salt to add. There is no method to my technique; this is how the recipe has evolved and I really enjoy it. I use two crock pots, so please change serving size if necessary. This recipe makes 20 cups.
This recipe evolved from a Spanish Rice recipe i found on 'zaar, and had to make changes based on what I originally had on-hand. Turned out great, and is often requested in our house! Feel free to substitute any ingredient, as this recipe is based on my own dietetic requirements (i.e., pink peppercorns, pork). Also, preparation time is estimated as I have a vintage stove with ONE BURNER that mostly works on HIGH!!! (are you listening, Mikey?)
This is a mix of grains that I make in bulk quantities to use as a replacement for rice or as a flavorful addition to jasmine or basmati rice. With all due respect, this is based on a recipe from the Medicine restaurant in San Francisco. Also great for sushi!
This is something I whipped up one night with cans I had in the pantry. Try different pepper/bean combinations. For instance, red pepper and great northern beans; poblanos and black eyed peas. It seems like a lot of steps, but time went quickly as I used prepared ingredients.