Mushroom Risotto With Peas INGREDIENTS 6 to 7 cups chicken, vegetable or garlic broth or stock, as needed Salt and freshly ground pepper 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil ½ cup finely chopped onion, or 2 shallots, minced ¾ to 1 pound wild mushrooms, cleaned if necessary and torn or sliced into smaller pieces if thick (small wild mushrooms should be left whole,… Continue reading Mushroom Risotto with Peas
THIS is amazing. Super easy to make if you get Trader Joes steamed lentils INGREDIENTS MAKE RICE !! and heat up some NAAN! 2 tablespoons coconut oil 1 tablespoon each: cumin seeds and coriander seeds 1 clove of garlic, chopped 1 – 28-ounce can of crushed tomatoes 2 tablespoons ginger, chopped 1 tablespoon turmeric… Continue reading Coconut Lentil Curry
This was made for us by Christine for our MealTrain that was organized once Georgie was born. This was amazing. Now that G is 8 weeks old we have started thinking about what to eat for dinners again. It doesn’t mean we’re cooking every night! Mike made this after i begged Christine for it. ingredients… Continue reading Pineapple chicken
This was a home run dish that Mike made on his August break. Wow. It’s from the COOKS magazine. Note: you need at least 30mins of rest time for the pickeled veg Pickled vegetables 2cups bean spouts 1 carrot peeled and shredded on box grater 1 cucumber peeled and halved lengthwise sliced 1/4 ”… Continue reading Bibimbap
I am a huge fan of this Korean dish and I never dreamed of being able to make it myself. Well kids, (I am assuming you are my children) dreams do come true. This recipe is provided by the website http://mykoreankitchen.com. I love her recipes. Two main things you need, the marinade and the main… Continue reading BEEF BULGOGI!!!
FOOD 52 YOU ROCKED OUR WORLD AGAIN. Second weekend now of making two meals that we can eat all week for lunch. We went with a pasta and a rice this time. SOOO…i’ll write about our RICE dish. holy crap. like holy shrimpy crap. WOW. Mike’s mom is in the hospital – today she broke… Continue reading SHRIMP JAMBALAYA
delicious! I went to Sofra today after a long hard day at work. Looking at all their mezzes for sale there made me want to find a delicious Turkish dish to make for dinner. small handful pine nuts or flaked almonds 1 tbsp olive oil 1 large onion, halved and sliced 2 cinnamon sticks, broken… Continue reading Turkish Pilau
WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: We started our stir-fried shrimp recipe by trading our wok for a large, shallow nonstick skillet and marinating the shrimp for better flavor and texture. After searing the vegetables, we sautéed the aromatics, and finally stir-fried the shrimp before mixing in the sauce. For an assertive… read more Serves 4 Serve… Continue reading stir FRY baby