I don’t eat red meat or pork and sometimes dinner can become boring with just poultry and seafood all of the time, so I’m always on the search for new recipes to keep our meals interesting yet delicious. I made this Pineapple Shrimp Fried Rice a few weeks ago and it was delicious. Since I’m planning on making it again this week I thought I would share the recipe with you guys so here goes.
After a visit to the new Dinosaur BBQ in Park Slope this Summer (review coming soon) and tasting Fried Green Tomatoes for the first time, I was so hooked that I had to try and make them home. During a Saturday morning run I spotted some pretty, juicy looking green tomatoes at the Farmers’ Market and hurriedly purchased a few with Fried Green Tomatoes in mind. I whipped up a batch that night and they were perfection! Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. These are perfect to serve for game day or to enjoy as weekend comfort food.
I love me some red snapper and it’s something I’ve been wanting to try my hand at for a while so I took a shot at it this week. I decided on using whole snapper but may just get filleted pieces next time as eating the whole fish is a lot of work with the bones. When I’m really hungry I just can’t be bothered with all of that, sorry I’m greedy y’all. In either case it turned out really good. Check out my recipe
This is a recipe that I found on Skinnytaste and altered to my liking. I would classify this dish as a fusion of Thai and Indian cuisines. The combination of the curry powder with coconut milk and tomato sauce gives a strong flavor and heavy aroma, while the lime juice really adds some zing.
I love stir fry as it is so quick and easy for week night meals and pretty healthy. I came up with this easy sweet and spicy sauce while experimenting and it’s one of my favorites for my stir fry meals.
I am so back logged with my recipe posts. I made this months ago when I was trying my hand in preparing Chinese Food at home on the regular. Having a wok pan will make this dish so much easier to prepare, nonetheless you can also use a non-stick frying pan.
Today’s recipe is for a new dish that I learned how to make, actually two new dishes, Trinidadian Style Curry Chicken & Chana (Curried Chick Peas.) My boyfriend is Trini and I’ve been trying to learn how to make some of his favorite foods so I got a quick lesson from his mom a few months ago.