Just one more recipe: looks delish!
(I couldn’t get the picture for this recipe. They are sweet date bars.)
And after so many fruit-infused dishes on the list of posts for today, just something “normal” & Asian for the fun of it. (Of course, there were plenty of “normal” and for the fun of it posts earlier on in the day, but I thought to close my posting day the same way.) Don’t the ingredients just sound great?! I really like these ingredients!
170 grams fresh wide rice noodles
85 grams of chicken breast, sliced
4 pieces of squid
½ cup of green onions, chopped
1 cup of green leaf lettuce
30 grams of rendered pork fat
2 eggs whisked
1 tablespoon of fish sauce
1 tablespoon of oyster sauce
1 teaspoon of sugar
½ teaspoon of dried chili pepper
1 tablespoon of chili sauce
I googled Coconut Udon and I got so many good recipes, I kind of feel sorry for myself that it’s outside my domain of things I can eat. I’m surprised there aren’t too many Asian restaurants that offer this. It seems pretty ordinary from a simple search. So I am posting a few different Coconut Udon recipes from around the web and calling it a day.
Well, one last one on the grapefruit included recipes for today.
(I think I might look up some coconut included recipes too though.)
Zucchini is compromised with grapefruit in this dish. The future is very interesting and something I never would have imagined.
Well I wasn’t sure, but another person at this same table, enjoys a good grapefruit rice. I think this means coconuts or else heavy citrus. Okay, my life will be very interesting from now on. Well, live and learn. (That was a joke.) No, I would never ask anyone not to eat their coconut rice and I never will; that is something I have to stay away from along with the other fruit and salt dishes. No problem, I can keep my hands to myself.
(I have no picture to transfer.)
If you live in the US (and I do), you wouldn’t think of game day recipes just about this time of year exactly, … wait a minute would you? Okay, I’m not totally sure, I’m forgetting soccer, but I’m referring to football.
And this set-up is because, on May 26th, a week from this coming Sunday (May 18th), pre-season for the CFL begins. So yes, you can get your game day snacks together, you just need an IPTV subscription that includes Canadian TV and most all of them do!
Oh I have no doubts that most freelancers and bloggers would take to IPTV like a fish in water, because, it is such a freelance and everyday kind of environ. You just have to get past the sign-up and sign-in stigmata by reading every word of everything and making sure to ask your questions via email or chat or text. And being patient with long strings to input in lines of apps that might seem foreign at first. After all that, it’s silly.
Everyone I’ve ever known agrees on grilled cheese; it’s a universal culinary truth. So my stack choice on this, is tough, large white bread from a sliced commercial loaf and all the cheeses mentioned: cheddar, American and provolone (oh, maybe also pepper-jack or Monterrey jack); because I like a very cheesy grilled cheese. Of course, it is really great with a thin slice or two or baked ham and possibly a thin tomato.
I’m not fond of fruit in my food anywhere and I’ve been proven wrong about that (except a sweet and sour recipe and some pineapple pizza); and I’ve been out-spoken about this on my Facebook page, that, I just can’t understand people who combine fruit with regular salt dishes or vice versa. Strangely, one child loves pineapple and another child loves mango and profess to love either anywhere in the meal. So I have had to change my ways a bit and open my heart to seeing that there are people who like fruit in their dishes. I don’t understand it, but okay. In which case, this should be very good.
Borlotti beans are a good source of both dietary fiber and protein, along with micronutrients – magnesium and iron.
This is my second recipe with borlotti beans/cranberry beans, in the first recipe of Borlotti Beans in Rich-Sauce I had merged borlotti beans with peanut-sauce to create a wonderful healthy and delicious gravy for borlotti beans.
This gravy recipe of borlotti beans is protein-rich and enriched with the awesome herb of fenugreek leaves/kasuri methi.
The Recipe of Borlotti Beans in Kasuri Methi Sauce:
Quantity of Borlotti Beans: approximate 125 gm
- Soak the borlotti beans for 8 hours in water, cook the borlotti beans in a pressure cooker in adequate quantity of water for up to 4-5 pressure cooker whistles
- Curry paste/Sauce: Grind slices of 3 small onions and 2 big tomatoes into thick sauce
- Sauté the curry paste in adequate…
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“El Pollo Loco” (“The Crazy Chicken”) is a popular restaurant chain in Northern Mexico and Southern US. On its History page , the company’s website says that back in the mid 1970s, in the small town of Guasave, in the Mexican state of Sinaloa, when founder Juan Francisco (Pancho) Ochoa told his friends that he was going to make his family’s grilled chicken famous, they had a cynical reaction, calling him “loco” (“crazy”) in jest, but indeed he proved them wrong, and became a great success. His delicious grilled chicken, marinated in a secret family recipe concoction, is one of the many versions of Sinaloa style grilled chicken. Other chains, such as “Pollo Feliz” (Happy Chicken), and “Porti Pollos” (which I recently visited in Culiacan, Sinaloa, a few blocks from my sister’s house) also feature whole or half chickens, charbroiled…
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Oh my Goodness – Rasam! It is comfort food to the Nth degree. Think chicken soup but for vegetarians. Just as chicken soup makes one feel good when they have a cold or flu so does rasam for us vegetarians. In fact in our home or for that matter in most South Indian homes, when one is under the weather the first question they get asked is “Shall I make rasam for you?” Rasam is a ubiquitous feel good soup and is such an integral part of a traditional South Indian meal that every meal will usually include rasam on the menu.
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Indian lemon pickles are typically made with lemons, salt, spices and oil, and are used as a spicy condiment to accompany everything from rice to vegetables to chapatis and tortillas, to have with fish, chicken, and even to use as spreads in sandwiches. Lemon pickles are a great way to use not just the juice of the lemon but the entire lemon, skin and all.
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I am so excited to share this greens curry recipe with you all, it is positively packed and I mean packed with good for you leafy greens and tastes amazing! Sarson ki saag is a springtime mustard greens curry that is cooked seasonally in springtime in northern India in states such as UP when mustard greens are sold at the farmer’s markets. Because mustard greens are rarely available rest of the year mustard greens curry is a favorite spring time curry in this region.
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