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Tag Archives: rice
This meal is all cooked in one pot – Add a salad and you have a complete meal! Takes about an hour and half to prepare and cook – So cook and enjoy!
What the heck is that thing? I’ve seen the Buddha’s hand on cooking shows and never knew what it was or what you could do with it. Well, here are three things to make and a little background on this … Continue reading
Here is the recipe for a slightly citrusy Chicken and Rice using the amazing Buddha’s Hand! Click here to learn more about this strange fruit, Buddha’s hand)
Need a side dish for all the great Mexican dishes you have? My friend from Mexico taught me how to make Mexican rice years ago – the tomatoes were an experiment that worked! Give them a try!
The last of the pork roast – a quick skillet meal – Dinner is served!
Succulent grilled chicken nesting on earthy black and basmati rice – Topped with a wine sauce that will tantalize your mouth – and it’s easy!
In the south, it’s customary to serve hoppin’ john for dinner on New Year’s Day. The saying is, “Eat poor that day, eat rich the rest of the year. Peas for pennies, greens for dollars, and cornbread for gold”. These foods … Continue reading
This crispy pork roast is a traditional Christmas dinner in Puerto Rico. Roasted on high to crisp it first, then slow roasted for several hours, this roast just melts in your mouth. Serve it with traditional rice – the two … Continue reading
Sunday we went to Ethiopia. Today we’re off to Cuba! Below are recipes for Vaca Frita, moros y cristianos, and tostones – translation? Cuban shredded beef, black rice (rice and black beans) and fried green plantains – Really delicious meal! … Continue reading