This recipe takes the mild tasting Tilapia up a notch with a nice creamy oyster mushroom sauce in about 30 minutes. It is delicious and easy for a mid-week meal. The original recipe which we adapted from calls for 8 oz fillets which are not typical of Tilapia so we have used four 3-4 oz fillets for 2 people but left the sauce quantities the same as the original recipe from Allrecipes.com which serves 4 people as we love the creamy sauce so much.
As part of our new quest of finding good recipes to take advantage of our home grown mushrooms we found this mushroom quiche recipe which uses any variety or mix of mushrooms you like. We used our own Italian oyster plus Cremini’s.
A generous sprinkling of banana pepper slices adds a vinegary and spicy finish to the chicken. For those that love Jamaican jerk chicken this recipe that originated at Commander’s Palace in New Orleans, LA. makes a tasty alternative.
If you are a fan of Chinese dim sum as Sue & I are this is a great recipe to try making your own. I plan on trying to cook these in our new air fryer to stay away from deep frying, so look for an update on how that goes.
Naan bread is light and fluffy and typically served as an accompaniment to a curry. Traditionally, it is cooked on the inside wall of a tandoori oven and of course, we all have one of those handy. The pizza stone method that I prefer below is a decent substitute for the tandoori in this situation as it holds the heat evenly and in only 15 minutes you can easily bake a large platter of naan for a dinner for friends. You can also use the naan to make a wrap for that left over curry, that is if you actually have any leftovers.
We’re have always loved a good crumble. This is the first time we have taken a Gooseberry crumble and cranked it up a notch by adding blackcurrants to the mixture. The combination of these two super tart berries is fantastic. We take the edge off the tartness with the addition of a little sugar.
This is without question, at least in our minds, the worlds greatest hot and sour soup recipe. We have been making this soup for 20 years and we always make it in bulk and freeze so we can pull it out either as a standalone meal or as a starter for a Chinese meal.
Ideal for a quick and easy midweek meal, this salmon dish with just four ingredients including beetroot and feta cheese cubes is on the table in about 20 minutes
This satisfying dish is a Keto friendly take on the Grilled Shrimp Portofino on the menu at Romano’s Macaroni Grill. Using a shredded cabbage “pasta” to replace the noodles works extremely well and in my view better that zucchini noodle by far.
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