How I ended up with this recipe was quite amusing. I had the idea to use beets in place of potatoes to make a stew, and I decided to search for "Beet Stew"; Google kept "correcting" me, thinking I meant "Beef Stew". As it turns out, borscht is a beef stew. I've never had borscht before, so I'm...
Makes one 8"-9" pie
2 lbs pork tenderloin, cut into 1/2 inch pieces
Salt and pepper to season the pork
2 tablespoons butter, divided
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil, divided
1 large onion, quartered and thinly sliced
2 cups potatoes, peeled and sliced 1/4...
Prep Time: 45 minutes.
Cook Time: 40 minutes.
Rest Time: Not needed.
Serves: There were 20-25 of us at the pot luck and I came home with about 1/5 remaining....
Leftovers: YES! Refrigerate. The bacon will not retain crispness, but this won't matter...
Welcome to the CookingBites Recipe Challenge. The current challenge is potatoes, including sweet potatoes. To enter, all you need to do is post a recipe featuring potatoes as a new thread, tag it cookingbites recipe challenge and post a link to it in this thread. The winner becomes the judge for...
This economical dish is very easy to make but it does take time to cook. The plus side is that the preparation time is minimal. The slow reduction of the sauce ensures maximum flavour and although it may seem strange to cook eggs for so long, I think it does improve their flavour and its not...
I love mustard. I usually have anywhere from 3-6 different kinds of mustard in my fridge. Laying in bed this morning I was thinking of some possible cool ways to use this special ingredient (I love these challenges because it makes me think outside the box ala my Michigan cookingbites brethren...
Savory Jackfruit Chili - 100% Vegan
Suace with Beans and Jackfruit by TodayInTheKitchen posted Jun 17, 2019 at 7:24 PM
10 oz package of BBQ Jackfruit
1 can black beans
1 bell pepper (yellow or orange)
2 habanero peppers
2 tbsp of cumin powder
2 cups of vegetable stock
This is one of those dishes that is not only flexible with the quantities for the ingredients, mixing and matching with whatever you've got available but looks like an awfully complicated recipe and the truth is ,it isn't . It's actually quite simple and is just a question of timing of you're...
Also known as risotto giallo (literally “yellow risotto”) or risotto alla Milanese, this very simple dish is one of the most famous symbols of Milan.
As it’s common for any risotto, Italians most often eat it as a piatto unico, the only and main course of a meal; it is not unusual, however, to...
12 oz minced bacon
2 oz bread crumbs
1/4 pt bacon stock
Line a 1lb loaf tin with butter and golden breadcrumbs.
Mix all the other ingredients together.
Spoon into the prepared loaf tin.
Cover with foil...
2 tbsp melted butter
1/2 cup brewed coffee
1 cup 100% Maple syrup (non-GMO, Organic)
1 tbsp Amaretto
Mix ingredients thoroughly in stainless steel mixing bowl
Taste. Add extra amounts of any ingredient to achieve a better taste
Chill in refrigerator...
Serves 2, Preparation time 15 mins, Cooking time 45-50 mins
Carnaroli rice, 180 g
a tablespoon of lard (keep a little aside to grease the baking tin)
6 or 7 leaves of savoy cabbage
salt and black pepper to taste
60 g mozzarella
Bring a saucepan full of salted water to the boil, pour...
I’ve made sushi before, but this Is the first time I’ve also prepared the fish. I decided to use brown rice to provide a contrast to the usual white color of the fish. The downside of that decision was that brown rice takes longer to cook, and I found that it wasn’t as sticky as white rice. But...
I can't think of a catchier name.
For the roasted bit:
1 squash (I used carnival squash) cut into slices about 1.5 cm thick
1.5 red onion cut into six wedges
Half a head of garlic. Cloves separated, skin left on.
Salt, pepper, chilli flakes.
Rapeseed oil to roast.
Put everything in oven...
Roquefort and spinach is a lovely combination. I added some toasted almonds and soaked raisins for a slightly middle Eastern twist. Soaking the raisins in Martini adds a bittersweet herbal note - but you could use a different aromatic alcohol or orange juice. Use a loose bottom tart tin...