Appetizer Recipes

How To Make Stuffed Mushrooms

How To Make Stuffed Mushrooms

Written by on December 12, 2014 in Appetizer Recipes with 0 Comments

Stuffed Mushrooms are a delicious addition for any formal meal or for any gathering that a person may be planning. They are so tasty and made to give guests a nice and pleasant eating experience. This is best served on fancy dishes. One per each guest at the lunch or dinner party. As usual, it […]

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How To Make Baked Oyster Canapes

How To Make Baked Oyster Canapes

Written by on December 23, 2014 in Appetizer Recipes with 0 Comments

Ingredients to make Baked Oyster Canapes -6 fresh oysters -3 1/2 ounces of wild mushrooms -1 tablespoon of shallots -2 tablespoons of parsley -3 tablespoons of olive oil -1 tablespoon of lemon juice -1/2 tablespoon truffle oil -17 1/2 ounces of coarse salt -1 2/3 fluid ounces of water -zest from half a lemon -pepper […]

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How To Make Coconut Shrimp

How To Make Coconut Shrimp

Written by on December 24, 2014 in Appetizer Recipes with 0 Comments

Preparing and cooking Coconut Shrimp is easy and does not take long; as such, many individuals tend to have it on their appetizer list regularly. Coconut shrimp can be baked or stir fried. The name Coconut Shrimp maybe the common denominator to all methods, but the ingredients may vary slightly. The first Coconut Shrimp appetizer […]

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Beef Recipes

How To Make Weeping Tiger Beef

How To Make Weeping Tiger Beef

Written by on December 2, 2014 in Beef Recipes with 0 Comments

If you enjoy Tai food, you may want to learn how to make weeping tiger beef. It is a very easy recipe that has plenty of amazing flavors inside of it thanks to the ingredients list that includes; shallots, bird’s eye chilies, mint, sugar, cucumbers, fish sauce, coriander, and a splash of lime. All of […]

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How To Make Ginger Beef

How To Make Ginger Beef

Written by on December 8, 2014 in Beef Recipes with 0 Comments

Ginger Beef Ingredients Sirloin Steak 2 tbs rice vinegar 5 tbs soy 1 tbs Honey 1 tbs grated ginger 1 tbs chili pepper flakes 1 tbs ground cumin a pinch of coriander fresh Ginger julienne 3-4 spring onions 2 cloves of garlic 1 birds eye chili 1 tbs cornflower 2 tbs water dash of fish […]

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How To Marinate A Steak In Soy Sauce

How To Marinate A Steak In Soy Sauce

Written by on December 17, 2014 in Beef Recipes with 0 Comments

A marinade is a great way to not only impart some additional flavor to your steaks, but also helps in tenderizing steak that originates from tougher portions of the cow, such as the rump. While there are countless websites and cook books with multiple marinade recipes, this particular recipes includes soy sauce as its first […]

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Chicken Meals

How To Make An Easy Chicken Curry

How To Make An Easy Chicken Curry

Written by on December 3, 2014 in Chicken Meals with 0 Comments

Curry dishes are immensely popular and have origins in several different geographical regions including India, Southeast Asia, The Middle East, and the Caribbean islands. The exotic and flavorful powdered spice is derived from several other hot and rich spices. Most curry dishes can be compiled slowly throughout the course of the day. Beef, fish, goat, […]

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How To Make Honey Glazed Chicken

How To Make Honey Glazed Chicken

Written by on December 17, 2014 in Chicken Meals with 0 Comments

Simple Steps How To Make Honey Glazed Chicken One of the dishes that you can easily make for you and your family is honey glazed chicken. Whether you are looking to find a new meal during the week for your family, or entertaining guests on the weekend, this is easily going to become on of […]

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How To Make Spicy Buffalo Wings

How To Make Spicy Buffalo Wings

Written by on December 27, 2014 in Chicken Meals with 0 Comments

Buffalo does not have a monopoly on spicy hot wings anymore. Grandma, down in Alabama, can whip up a delicious batch and have no leftovers. Very few of us will say “no” to spicy Buffalo wings. Those who do not care for spicy wings, like kids, can have mild wings, by adding honey and less […]

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Fish Viands

How To Cook A Tuna Steak

How To Cook A Tuna Steak

Written by on December 4, 2014 in Fish Viands with 0 Comments

There are an incredible variety of tuna species that are perfect for gourmet cooking. Some species of tuna are abundant and are used for mass market canning. Others are separates from commercial fishery holds and diverted to select markets where they are used for specialty dishes in restaurants and other fine dining establishments. Tuna is […]

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How To Make A Broccoli And Salmon Quiche

How To Make A Broccoli And Salmon Quiche

Written by on December 6, 2014 in Fish Viands with 0 Comments

In this article I am going to talk you through how to make a homemade broccoli and salmon quiche that is served with a simple courgette salad. This broccoli and salmon quiche tastes amazing! The broccoli and salmon quiche is sure to be a hit with all of our family and friends. Prep time: 40m […]

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How To Make Fish Tacos

How To Make Fish Tacos

Written by on December 30, 2014 in Fish Viands with 0 Comments

Fish tacos are very popular and everyone has their own variation of this delicious dinner. This is a simple recipe that you can add your own twist to. Fish tacos is a staple in many households and this can be a great way to please a crowd as well. Ingredients 1 whole filet of white […]

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Italian

How To Make Baked Ziti

How To Make Baked Ziti

Written by on December 2, 2014 in Italian with 0 Comments

There’s nothing like a beefy baked ziti to please your family or your guests. This version is not only delicious, but also very quick and easy to prepare. With the exception of the fresh ground beef and mozzarella, the ingredients are items you can keep in your kitchen cupboard. And even the novice in the […]

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How To Make Ham And Mushroom Pasta Bake

How To Make Ham And Mushroom Pasta Bake

Written by on December 26, 2014 in Italian with 0 Comments

Traditionally known in Italy as tagliantelle al forno, a ham and mushroom bake makes a very delicious dinner dish. It combines two of the most popular and favorite pasta dishes – the creamy and cheesy carbonara and the flavors of a pasta bake. It is quick and easy and sure to be a hit. Instead […]

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How To Make Butternut Squash Ravioli

How To Make Butternut Squash Ravioli

Written by on December 31, 2014 in Italian with 0 Comments

It can be so much fun cooking in the kitchen, trying new recipes, and making things for friends, family, and loved ones to enjoy. We all have those days where time is rather crunched, but you really want to make something special and delicious with the little bit of time you have. This recipe is […]

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Pork Meals

How To Make Slow Cooked Pulled Pork

How To Make Slow Cooked Pulled Pork

Written by on December 5, 2014 in Pork Meals with 0 Comments

Have you ever wanted to learn how to cook? Or do you already know how to cook? Cooking is an essential life skill that is unfortunately becoming increasingly rare in today’s world. With the convenience of fast food, microwave dinners and packaged processed foods, a good, old fashioned home cooked meal seems like a distant […]

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How To Make Asian Marinated Pork Chops

How To Make Asian Marinated Pork Chops

Written by on December 13, 2014 in Pork Meals with 0 Comments

Throughout childhood, dinners each week were very predictable. Each day had its own meat, potatoes, vegetable, and fruit combination. Thursday was pork chop day. As an adult, trying different types of foods is an exciting and tasty freedom. This quick and tasty recipe for Asian marinated pork chops with broccoli took that boring meal and […]

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Slow Roast Pork Belly Recipe

Slow Roast Pork Belly Recipe

Written by on December 14, 2014 in Pork Meals with 0 Comments

Slow roasted pork belly is a delicacy in many parts of the world. The wild taste of the pork is mixed with the succulent slow roasting method to create an utterly delightful dish. It takes around 30 minutes to prep for this dish and around 4 hours to actually cook the belly. This may sound […]

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How To Make Baked Ziti

How To Make Baked Ziti

Written by on December 2, 2014 in Italian with 0 Comments

There’s nothing like a beefy baked ziti to please your family or your guests. This version is not only delicious, but also very quick and easy to prepare. With the exception of the fresh ground beef and mozzarella, the ingredients are items you can keep in your kitchen cupboard. And even the novice in the […]

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How To Make Weeping Tiger Beef

If you enjoy Tai food, you may want to learn how to make weeping tiger beef. It is a very easy recipe that has plenty of amazing flavors inside of it thanks to the ingredients list that includes; shallots, bird’s eye chilies, mint, sugar, cucumbers, fish sauce, coriander, and a splash of lime. All of […]

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How To Make An Easy Chicken Curry

Curry dishes are immensely popular and have origins in several different geographical regions including India, Southeast Asia, The Middle East, and the Caribbean islands. The exotic and flavorful powdered spice is derived from several other hot and rich spices. Most curry dishes can be compiled slowly throughout the course of the day. Beef, fish, goat, […]

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