Though not necessarily authentic, this curry is as good or better than anything i've ever had in a restaurant. Pieces of meat and/or vegetable are simmered in a fragrant sauce thickened with onions, garlic and ginger. Great over rice or accompanied with a piece of warm naan bread.
Cabbage, orange segments, dry ramen noodles, peanuts, and chicken are tossed in a sweet and salty, tart and tangy dressing. This recipe is an improvement of one of my mother's favorites; your family is sure to love it too!
Though they are such a simple thing to prepare, potatoes can be mashed in an infinite amount of ways. This is my favorite; these smooth and fluffy mashed potatoes are perfect alongside your Thanksgiving turkey or your Christmas ham. I enjoy them especially with fried chicken. They're sure to be a hit!
Sautéing the green beans with shallots after blanching make this dish a delicious alternative to just steaming or boiling. Toss in some cooked, crumbled bacon or sauteed mushrooms to add your own flair. Great with mashed potatoes and fried chicken, or add some sesame oil and pair with steamed rice.
Though this salad was originally meant for mache, baby spinach is an acceptable substitute. The spinach is dressed with a Dijon vinegarette and topped with croutons, lardons of bacon, and hard boiled egg that has been heated in a saute pan.
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