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Browsing through my favourite magazine (Bon Appetit of course!) I came across this simple and delicious looking recipe for Citrus Marinated Chicken. Taking some chicken out of the fridge, I went about assembling the marinade when it took a bit of a left turn! Cutting into what I thought was an orange, but was actually a small, very orange-esque grapefruit, I had to make a little change of plans! Undeterred, I went with it, using grapefruit as my main citrus and making a few changes here and there to the recipe.
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In the end, it all worked out and I had myself some tasty chicken. It had some great teriyaki flavour with hints of citrus and a really nice caramelization from the sugars in the marinade. Served with some rice and fresh veggies, it made an easy and delicious meal!
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Posted in Barbecue, Chicken, Dinner, Duck, Grilled
Tagged asian, Barbecue, bon appetit, Chicken, citrus, citrus marinated chicken, drumsticks, grapefruit, marinade, recipe, soy, soya sauce, summer, Teriyaki
I will apologize for the lack in posting over November, but my guilt has inspired me to venture into new styles of cooking and recipes! So to start off my blogging redemption month I present these delicious dumplings!
Posted in Chicken, Dinner, Fried, International Food, Pork, Snack, Turkey
Tagged appetizer, asian, dumpling, Fried, ground, gyoza, homemade, pan, Pork, potsticker, sauce, soy, soya, turkey, wok, wonton
Today I have a delicious Asian inspired recipe for Pork Tenderloin slightly modified from this recipe on The Other Side of Fifty. It’s a simple recipe that can be made with ingredients you probably already have in your fridge, which is always a plus for me! So let’s get to the recipe!
Posted in Easy, International Food, Pork
Tagged asian, easy, marinated, Pork, sauce, sesame oil, simple, soy, spicy, tasty, tenderloin
This is the first recipe in my chicken wing extravaganza! I got the recipe from Korean American Mommy and made very minor adjustments.
This is a recipe I had made a while ago when trying to find out how to use up some old noodles in my pantry, but never had great pictures of it. Since it was so easy and delicious I wanted to make sure I made it again and put it on the blog! You can find the original recipe here: Thai Peanut Stir Fry
For my version I cut out a few ingredients because I didn’t have it around the house, but here is what I did.
Posted in Chicken, Easy
Tagged butter, Chicken, chow, easy, Mein, noodles, peanut, quick, sauce, soy, Thai
A friend recently asked if I could develop a creamy soup, but make it lactose free. I thought it was an interesting challenge, so off to the grocery I went to pick up some ingredients that were lactose free. I should also mention this is the inaugural dish that I’ve made in my new kitchen! I’m quite happy that this recipe turned out, so let’s get to it: Continue reading
Posted in Easy, Healthy, Lactose Free, soup
Tagged Corn, creamy, easy, free, healthy, lactose, mushroom, Potato, quick, soup, soy, vegetable, veggie