A very tasty, Indian flat bread. Most recipes call for oven cooked but we fry in here. 🙂 Continue reading
Yum. Simply yum.
Banana's Foster: Serves Two….has alcohol in it though, although most of it burns off in the cooking process.
(these directions are not exact…we found that measuring them made the dessert not as much fun to make, and depending on the temp of the burner it always turns out a little different each time regardless…
Please be very careful, this is a FLAMING dessert, meaning the alcohol you add flames, making a great show!)
A very hearty set of greens – Alton Brown's method, my ingredient choices. Continue reading
My dad's unique chili. The heat intensity depends on the chilis that you use. You can use canned chilis or roasted Anaheim peppers. Continue reading
I love this for nights when I can't think of anything else to eat. Add a small green salad and yum! 10 minute meal. Continue reading
Once you've adjusted the cooking time for your own stove and frying pan, this tuna is to die for. The cooking directions should leave the tuna rare. If you like it even rarer, cut the tuna into larger strips. If you can't stand sashimi, cook it a little longer. Expect to try 2 or 3 times before you get it just how you want. Continue reading
Diced meat and vegetables with a ginger sauce, wrapped in lettuce leaves. No cooking needed if you use pre-cooked chicken breasts. Healthy carbs and low in calories! Recipe serves 1 for a meal, or adjust serving sizes for an appetizer. Continue reading
Best darn scallops ever. Continue reading
You can spice this up by adding cayenne pepper or crushed red peppers. Continue reading