“As I am. As I am. All or not at all.”
James Joyce, Ulysses
3 -teaspoons Kerrygold Irish butter
2 -teaspoons chopped shallots
3/4 -cup Guinness®
2- cups heavy cream
1/2- cup Kerrygold Irish Swiss cheese, grated
1/2- cup Kerrygold Vintage Cheddar cheese, grated
1/2- cup Dubliner...
This is a quick and easy-to-prepare pasta meal. Only one pot is needed for cooking this meal.
1 tablespoon olive oil
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 onion, diced
1 (12.8-ounce) package smoked andouille...
Have you noticed, the current ingredient for The CookingBites Recipe Challenge is pasta? We are looking for your entries! I've been trying out lots of ideas but I've discovered that its actually quite difficult to make pasta dishes look original... so I turned to the garden and edible flowers. I...
This recipe is fairly simple and quick to prepare. It is one of the many pasta salad recipes that I came across.
2.5 cups Rotini (Uncooked. 225g / 8 oz)
1 box Cherry Tomatoes (small)
4 Green Onions (sliced)
Not my usual style. This is a recipe for left-over roast chicken. A rather creamy affair, although I make it without cream (you could add cream if you wish). The thing which makes the dish for me is the pink peppercorns. You could leave them out, but they do provide a wonderful zingy foil to the...
Whenever there would be a rice shortage, it is understandable for the price of rice to increase. Some wise mothers would then turn to pasta and noodles. I have this notion that the instant noodles in packs came from this occasions that people turn to pasta and noodles when there is a rice...
This weekend we stopped in to Uno's a pizza place and had dinner. I ordered a shrimp pasta dish that was so good. The sauce on the noodles was excellent, it was not creamy and you could not tell there was a sauce until you took a bite.
There are a few books out to copy the different recipes...
I came across this recipe on the Huffington post website and soon located the 'original' on the minimalist Baker website. I like it because it is so simple and easy and it is vegan by default. I haven't made too many adjustments to it unlike my normal... Other than cutting back on the amount...
pasta of your choice.
cook pasta. Either melt cheese Into the pasta, then add ham or put cheese on top of pasta and place under the grill until the cheese is melted, then sprnkle ham strips on top.
delicious but simple meal that can be made anytime.
As a chef I learned few good recipes, and I was working in a place where being Italian and eating the Italian food is a perfectly normal thing. I was working in Malta where every other restaurant is Italian cuisine.
This is quick and beautiful recipe. My favourite as well.
350 g (12oz) penne pasta
1 tbsp olive oil
2 sliced shallots
200 g (7oz) small button mushrooms
3 tbsp crème fraîche
125 g (4oz) roughly chopped smoked ham
2 tbsp freshly chopped flat-leafed parsley
Cook 350g (12oz) penne pasta in a large pan of boiling, salted water...
Had you tried eating pasta with kimchi? If you are a lover of korean foods this is just easy and I am always making this recipe. If you are not living in Korea and if there is an Asian store in your place you can buy a ready made kimchi either in a bottle or in a pouch.
First melt butter in a...
My personal favorite thing to cook is baked macaroni and cheese. It's easy to make and I think it tastes delicious when it's reheated in the microwave the next day. Plus it's easy to make and filling. I use about a quarter pound or less of the following cheeses. American, cooper sharp and...
My local fruit and veg shop has some black pasta. I was intrigued, but I avoided it because the black colouring comes from squid ink and I'm vegetarian. I'm assuming that all black pasta is produced in this way. It looked nice, though.
It seems like that is what we have every single night lately. Spaghetti and meatballs, buttered noodles with cheese and fettuccine alfredo seem to be nightly rituals lately. We are running out of food in the fridge and freezer. Money has been tight lately so I need some ideas with not a lot...
I am creating this thread because my bf and I make a lot of very delicious pasta, but I am fishing for more ideas.
What we do now is basically a variation of Bolognese pasta.
What are your favorite ways of cooking pasta and your fav ingredients?
I've been given a pasta maker for Christmas. It's an interesting looking gadget, and looks like it could be a lot of fun to make your own pasta. However, can anyone tell me if it's worth all of the effort, because it does seem to take a while to roll it all out to a certain thinness etc...