Feed Your Appetite
Serves: 4-6Cooking Time: 30 minutes – 1 hour Organize your ingredients. Combine the eggs (2), grated onion (1/2 cup), and flour (2 Tbsp) in a large mixing bowl. Season generously with salt and pepper. Grate the potatoes on the large holes of a box grater or in a food processor fitted with the shredding blade. […]
All across America, fortunes have been made serving fried chicken. There isn’t a part of the country that doesn’t have a favorite recipe and ole Colonel Sanders did a good job of creating an everyman’s version that has made the homemade version almost nonexistent anymore! This recipe is the most basic – a mess of chicken, lots of salt and pepper, and plenty of grease – but I will offer you another that is a bit less “fried”, (see note at bottom). Since it can be enjoyed at room temperature, fried chicken is a great make-ahead dish for any gathering.
Serves: 4Cooking Time: 30 minutes Organize your ingredients. Place the tofu on a thick layer of paper towel. Cover it with another thick layer of paper towel and then place a heavy object, such as a cast iron frying pan, on top. This will press the excess liquid from the tofu. When the paper towel […]
Serves: 4Cooking Time: 30 minutes Organize your ingredients. Combine the soba noodles with the bell pepper, edamame, and chives. Add about 3/4 cup of the vinaigrette, tossing to coat well. Place the noodles on a serving dish. Cook’s Tips: You could use almost any type of noodle or pasta for this dish. This dish pairs […]
Makes about 2 cups of vinaigretteCooking Time: 10 minutes Organize your ingredients. Combine the miso with the vinegar, mirin, tamari, ginger juice, orange zest, and pepper in a blender and process to blend completely. With the motor running, slowly pour in the canola and sesame oils, processing until emulsified. Taste, and if necessary, adjust seasoning […]
Makes 12 SlidersCooking Time: 25 minutes Organize your ingredients. Divide the meat into 12 balls of equal size. Place a ball of cheese down into the center and push the side up to completely cover the cheese. Working with one at a time and using the palm of your hand, lightly press each ball down, […]
Chicken Paprikas (Csirke Paprikas in Hungarian) is probably the most well-known of the many, many Eastern European stews. It is quite simple to make but it does require a healthy dose of fine quality Hungarian paprika, both for its distinct flavor and beautiful color.
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