Coconut Curry Chicken is a delectable chicken recipe saturated with fresh ingredients and submerged in a luscious coconut curry sauce. I fell in love with it the first time I had it. I recommend you try it. I love the blend of coconut milk, curry READ MORE
Sautéed Green Beans is a quick and easy green beans recipe best served as a side dish for a dinner party or any night of the week for that matter. Try this Green Bean Sauté with Pomegranate and slivered Almonds, a yummy vegetable delight.
Trimming Green Beans
I told my daughters to trim the green beans and they said what’s that, mommy? It’s really easy. Gather a a small bunch at a time and cut off the tips on both ends.
I love my cast iron skillet chicken thigh recipes. This Honey Sriracha Chicken with Soy Sauce recipe packs tons of flavor, heat and a little bit of sweet. Throwing it into a skillet makes this dish super simple and easy😁. Honey, Sriracha and a bit READ MORE
Here’s another Cast Iron Chicken recipe. I love my Cast Iron pan and I love chicken thighs. I especially love how juicy and tender the chicken is when it is slow baked in cast iron pan. This mushroom and onion chicken is as delicious and mouth watering as it looks.
Chili anyone? This No Tomato No Bean Chili is a labor of love. I know what you’re thinking…What’s so special about this Chili? Well it doesn’t have tomatoes in it. Ha! Hence the name. So what’s the secret? This Chili is made with a No READ MORE
I love butternut squash! Roasted Butternut Squash is a simple, easy recipe that can be enjoyed on any occasion. The natural sweetness of the butternut squash is what I like most. They have a unique nutty flavor that will make you come back for more. READ MORE
Balsamic Portobello Mushroom Bowl is served with rice and fresh carrots and broccoli. The Portobello mushroom is seasoned with onions, garlic, salt and black pepper and finished off with Balsamic vinegar.
They should be fresh, firm and dry. If not prepackaged, try to buy the ones that are the freshest. Stay away from soft and wet mushrooms.
Wipe them with a damp paper towel to remove excess dirt. Mushrooms should be handled with care and not soaked or rinsed with water. Remember, mushrooms are like sponges, they soak up water. We want them to soak up the flavor, which they will get from the balsamic vinegar.
Make sure not to overcrowd your pan. You might have to cook them in two batches to exude maximum flavor from your Portobello mushrooms.