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Reviewed chilled peanut soba noodles

Mar 26, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com

I roast peanuts & emulsify in a blender or food processor by adding small amounts of orange juice or even water until I achieve the consistency of a smooth paste. Sometimes I make my own soba noodles or use just thick a spaghetti (sometimes homemade). Add your choice of veggies.
For my peanut sauce: roasted peanut butter (or roasted almond...

Replied to Chicken Divan Tonight, Chicken Tetrazzini Next Week

Nov 4, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

I finished putting together the Chicken Divan & baked. Meanwhile, I repeated the 2nd step of the sauce recipe for the Chicken Tetrazzini and froze that portion. You could also just freeze the chicken, freeze the broth, and start the sauce on the day you want to prepare the sauce, after you defrost both items.

This is a very...

Reviewed Chicken Divan Tonight, Chicken Tetrazzini Next Week

Nov 4, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

First step is making a flavorable poached chicken in chicken broth. Add poultry seasoning, bay leaf, garlic, carrots, celery, onion. Add @ least 1 c white wine (opt). Herbs: fresh Italian flat-leaf parsley, fresh thyme. Spices: nutmeg. Taste the broth before you add the salt, pepper and the chicken. Now season with S & P to taste. Add the chicken....

Reviewed Chicken Divan Tonight, Chicken Tetrazzini Next Week

Nov 4, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

First step is making a flavorable poached chicken in chicken broth. Add poultry seasoning, bay leaf, garlic, carrots, celery, onion. Add @ least 1 c white wine (opt). Herbs: fresh Italian flat-leaf parsley, fresh thyme. Spices: nutmeg. Taste the broth before you add the salt, pepper and the chicken. Now season with S & P to taste. Add the chicken....

Reviewed Chicken Divan Tonight, Chicken Tetrazzini Next Week

Nov 4, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

After looking at the recipe, I knew I was going to make alterations:
First step is making a flavorable poached chicken in chicken broth. Add poultry seasoning, bay leaf, garlic, carrots, celery, onion. Add @ least 1 c white wine (opt). Herbs: fresh Italian flat-leaf parsley, fresh thyme. Spices: nutmeg. Taste the broth before you add the...

Reviewed Oven Roasted Salmon with Potatoes, Beets, and Fennel

Oct 23, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

Wonderful. First recipe I have NOT made changes to! Followed instructions exactly. Delicious!

Replied to Good Eats Beef Stew

Oct 9, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

The Italian version of a mirepoix is called "sofritto" comes from the Italian verb soffriggere, which means to brown or fry slightly; to saut�. My Nonna, mamma, and zias (aunts) also referred to it as the "holy trinity". There are also variations to the holy trinity and it depends on the dish being prepared.

Replied to Good Eats Beef Stew

Oct 9, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

The Italian version of a mirepoix is called "sofritto" comes from the Italian verb soffriggere, which means to brown or fry slightly; to saut���.
My Nonna and zias (aunts) also referred to it as the "holy trinity". There are also variations to the holy trinity and it depends on the dish being prepared.

Reviewed Vegetable Curry

Oct 7, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

I did make AB's dish & found it good. But I wanted to improve upon it. See Alton Brown's "Curry Powder Blend" on this show. I used this blend on my vegetables: cauliflower & broccoli, broken into florets; corn, tomatoes, & sweet potato (including garlic & onions). Roast the vegetables with spices. I substituted & reduced Greek...

Reviewed Rosemary Marinated Chicken with Roasted Lemon Sauce, Capers and Herbed Potato Galette

May 31, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

This is the 5th time I'm making it. Bobby's recipe is delicious.
I made some changes to reduce the amount of work. I have roasted the chicken in 2 ways.
One way, after I let the chicken marinade overnight, I let it drain a little, and put it into my rotisserie. My rotisserie does the work. I love it.
The 2nd way, after I...

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