Sides

COCONUT JASMINE RICE
  • Time: 50 minutes
  • Complexity: easy
  • Origin: Sides

COCONUT JASMINE RICE

  • Time: 35 min
  • Origin: Sides

COCONUT JASMINE RICE

  • Time: 10 min
  • Complexity: easy
  • Origin: Sides

COCONUT MACAROONS

COLD SESAME NOODLES

COLD SESAME NOODLES

These comforting noodles are delicious topped with a sliced chicken breast, a few sautéed shrimp or a grilled sliced pork roast. The scrumptious mixture of peanut butter, toasted sesame oil, ginger and green onions mixed with the udon noodles and vegetables only takes 15 minutes to make from start to finish.
CORN & PORCINI MUSHROOM RISOTTO

CORN & PORCINI MUSHROOM RISOTTO

A wonderful dish for the Holidays.
CORN ON THE COB with PARMESAN BASIL BUTTER

CORN ON THE COB with PARMESAN BASIL BUTTER

So good!
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy
  • Origin: Appetizers

CREAMY CHIPOTLE HUMMUS

I love this smoky delicious dip, full of garlic and heat from the chipotles. Chipotles are dried smoked jalapenos that come packed in a can of adobo sauce. Tahini, the sesame seed paste that gives hummus its distinctive flavor, along with the chipotles in adobo sauce can be found in the ethnic section of your local grocery store. Try serving your homemade hummus with toasted pita chips or bagel chips and an assortment of crunchy vegetables, such as baby carrots, cucumber, zucchini slices or snow peas.
CRISPY TRADITIONAL POTATO LATKES
  • Time: 50 minutes
  • Complexity: medium
  • Origin: Appetizers

CRISPY TRADITIONAL POTATO LATKES

Thin and crisp and prepared in a very hot skillet! Serve the pancakes with my spicy apple cream.
EASY PICKLED RED ONIONS

EASY PICKLED RED ONIONS

I love pickles. Actually, I love anything pickled….carrots, cauliflower, zucchini and especially red onions. If you take a peek in my refrigerator, you will always find a mason jar of something pickled that is homemade. Lana makes luscious pickles, especially from zucchini, and I love to make pickled red onions.
They are the perfect bright condiment that adds a sweet, sour and zesty tang to a multitude of dishes. In just half-an-hour, you can have a crunchy splash of color on your dinner salad, tacos, potato salad, sandwiches and quinoa, even your Sunday Night Roast Chicken or a grilled flank steak. They last for weeks in the fridge, so you always look like a culinary hero when you pull them out and say “voila”, and no one would know how truly simple they were to make. (They’re even nice on a cheese platter too.)
<<  1 2 3 4 [56 7 8 9  >>  
  • CIA Napa Valley
  • Court of Sommilier Masters
  • Talk Radio 790 KABC
  • Modern Luxury