Unsurprisingly, this recipe is the first one to come up in a search for a sauce with the search terms lemon, dill, and cream sauce. I used a bit of this roasted garlic broth mix to take care of the garlic component. (This is good stuff and I find myself using the various “Better Than Bouillon” products routinely in my cooking.)
The sauce was good on both the pan-seared fish filets and the steamed veggies. I used a bit of thickener in my sauce and it set up nicely in the fridge. I think it would be a killer veggie dip served cold.
I cut a pork loin in half for sealing in two vacuum bags along with sprigs of oregano and rosemary, and cooked them both for 4 or 5 hours @ 135°. I see a recommended range from 130° to 150° for pink and juicy at the lower end and firm and not so juicy at the higher side. I still get twitchy about seeing pink pork but I am gradually overcoming that.
The sauce is brown butter with roasted garlic. I cubed the potatoes and gave them a nice soak in cold water, drained them well, and dropped them into 350° oil till they browned. The broccoli was steamed and then buttered with a squeeze of lemon.
I saw a comment, somewhere, that a particular band of chili oil was their favorite. I sought some of it out the other day. The soup has a couple of spoonfuls. It is good but my sample size is pretty small to declare it the best ever. Still, it’s pretty good.
This was a cross between biscuits and gravy and chicken pot pie. I went with this recipe for the biscuits. I’ve made it before but this time I used an 8×8 inch glass pan. I should have stayed with my larger hotel pan because the biscuits took way longer to bake than the recipe indicated. After I took the pic I tried to plate some biscuits for the dinner but they were not yet done, I had to give them 10 more minutes past the 25 I had set the timer for and they were still not quite right.
The chicken was leftover from the “Winner, Winner..” post the other day, and the gravy was just a simple white sauce with powdered mustard, a few ounces of Parmesan, plus the remaining chicken gravy. I steamed some more veggies to add to it. I was hungry when I put the biscuits into the oven and ravenous by the time they were finally done.
This was pretty good. I wanted to do something in the Instant Pot with a whole chicken I bought the other day. (Those poultry shears worked great.) I liked this recipe when I skimmed it for ingredients, pretty much everything it called for I had on hand. Subbed regular raisins for the golden kind, and used green olives instead of ripe, and added turmeric to the spice mix, maybe 1/2 tsp.
The couscous was from a box mix with a packet of garlic powder and other spices, it worked pretty well and was in keeping with the Mediterranean feel of the dinner. They eat broccoli in Morocco? Well, I like broccoli.
This is easy to make and so delicious! Chop half an onion and sweat it down in butter, then add chopped broccoli and some chicken stock. Simmer until the broccoli is tender then stir in your cheese of choice – I used processed American cheese and some shredded cheddar. When the cheese melts add milk and bring it back to a simmer, stir in a cornstarch slurry to thicken if it needs it.
The Allrecipes site is one of the better places for recipes and that’s where I found this one. Nearly any fresh veggie will work in this – I had onions, broccoli, celery, cabbage, and a red bell pepper. I used their sauce recipe with the addition of a tablespoon of sweet soy sauce.Nearly any pasta, too, will work. I browsed the pictures people sent in and there were a couple of them that had used pasta shells although I’m not sure that one could be properly called lo mein. The recipe’s author used angel hair pasta, I used noodles bought at the Asian foods store, they are wheat noodles, thin and flat rather than round.