Since I have posted an info page about Moghrabieh, I noticed that it arose a lot of interest. And since then I have been meaning to post a recipe, but you know my story with taking recipes from my mom. And I wanted her recipe in particular, because Moghrabieh comes out perfect with her.
Posted in Main Dish, Pasta, Pork and Red Meat, Poultry, Recipes
Tagged Chicken, Chickpeas, Cilantro, Cinnamon, Lebanese, Lebanese Food, Meat, Moghrabieh, Onions, Spices
Pizza is probably one of the most consumed dishes of all here in the USA. This is probably because it is relatively cheap and there are such a variety of ways to prepare it that there is bound to be a combination of crust, sauce, and topping selections to please nearly anyone. There are thin, crispy crusts for those who enjoy a New York style pie; thicker, doughier crusts for those who like the West Coast style; and even the infamous Chicago style with another layer of crust on top of the entire pie. Sauces range from pesto to ranch to creamy-garlic to marinara, while the list of possible toppings are too many to list here. Continue reading
Posted in Breads & Baking, Cooking, Main Dish, Poultry, Recipes
Tagged Chicken, chicken-garlic, chicken-garlic pizza, creamy garlic sauce, Garlic, garlic pizza, garlic sauce, Italian, marinara, Mozzarella, Onion, pepperoni, pizza, pizza crust, pizza sauce, tomato, Tomatoes
Although I like great tasting food as much as the next guy, I do tend to pay attention to my health and diet. All of those college biology courses might be to blame, but I I have also had an innate interest in health since I was just a little tike. Recently I have been on a workout routine that requires me to have a large amount of good quality protein in my diet. As I don’t want to overload myself with too much saturated fat, I began considering adding some plant sources to meet my protein needs and lo and behold I came across Quinoa. Continue reading
Posted in Entrees, Main Dish, Poultry, Recipes
Tagged baby corn, Broccoli, Carrots, Chicken, Chinese, egg, Fried, fusion, green beans, healthy, mandarin, Mushrooms, protein, quinoa, Rice, shiitake, stir fry, Vegetables, Vegetarian, water chestnuts
I don’t know if any of you can relate to me on this, but getting down a recipe from my mom is like the Mission Impossible of the cooking world.
Mom cooks by feel (I am kind of guilty of it too :$); she just throws in the ingredients the way they seem right. Whether it is the size, the smell or the taste and she ends up having a fantastic result. You would think it could not get better but another time you taste the same thing, she manages to perfect it even more, so much that she earned from me the analogy of the wine: “Mom’s cooking is like wine, it gets better with age”. For those who know me well, they know that this is the ultimate compliment from me and I am not someone to dish out compliments like they were candy on Halloween.
Posted in Main Dish, Recipes, Soup
Tagged Chicken, Cilantro, Coriander, Lebanese, Lebanese Food, Meat, Mloukhieh, Mouloukhieh, Onion, Onions, Soup, Vinegar