Monthly Archives: March 2016

Recipe Duck Breast with Gingered Hoisin Sauce

Wow your friends this weekend with flavourful, exotic duck breast that will only take about 30 minutes to prepare. This straightforward recipe is for crispy duck breast with a tangy, delicious sauce, reminiscent of classic Peking duck, which is still considered a delicacy. It remains one of the most famous Chinese dishes even today. However, […]

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Zesty fried chicken wings

This mouth-watering recipe gives the ordinary deep-fried chicken wings an extra burst of flavor. The outer crispy crust allows the tender white meat to stay moist and juicy. The secret is to flavor the meat so the spices come through the flour, that way there is no need to add seasonings to the flour. Of […]

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Irish stew with a twist

Irish stew has been enjoyed by people around the world for years. It does have variations and people add their own personal touches. After all, what it the point of cooking if you are not going to enjoy it. The following recipe does not use the traditional lamb or mutton. Instead pork stew meat is […]

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Out of the Orient chicken stir-fry

Chinese stir-fried chicken is one of my favorite recipes. My family and friends just love it when I cook Chinese food and this recipe which I found years ago, in a Betty Crocker paperback entitled Out Of the Orient, is one of their favorites. It is called Stir-fried Chicken and Vegetables, and may be the […]

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Meatless and darn tasty lentil soup

If you are looking for an easy, vegetarian, delicious one pot soup this is the perfect meal. During Lent it is a frequent choice at our house for Friday night dinner and during the rest of the year as well. My late mother-in-law Vicki gave me this recipe almost 40 years ago. She was Portuguese […]

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Low-fat chicken recipes

Most American refrigerators have chicken in them right now. Boneless, skinless chicken breast is a healthy and convenient choice for your family dinners. However, there is no need to sacrifice flavor when you are trying to eat a healthful meal plan. With a little creativity and plenty of spices, your chicken can become something you […]

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Have you got a Recipe for Roasted Red Pepper Soup

When red peppers are roasted the whole flavour of the peppers change, and they become far more intense. This recipe using roasted peppers is a favourite one of my low fat recipes, it is virtually calorie free and makes a really delicious soup. This recipe makes a delicious lunch or starter, and if you are […]

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Three step Indian chicken curry

Most people really enjoy the exotic flavors of Indian cuisine but are too intimidated by the complex recipes to try to make them at home. This recipe is both delicious and easy! This 3 step, south Indian, coconut chicken curry recipe is perfect for those who would like to try a simple, aromatic , and […]

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No muss, no fuss and has a fantastic flavor

Recipe for single person, multiply by the number of persons you will be serving. As with most soups, stews and chilies, this is a wonderful leftover to reheat after having served time in the refrigerator. 1 can cream of celery soup4 oz Grated cheddar cheese 2 broccoli spears with florets (can be fresh or frozen-thawed) […]

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White bean and chicken chili

When you think of chili you may envision beef, black beans, and tomatoes combining to give an array of colors tempting to the eye and palate.  Don’t let the fact that this is a white bean and chicken chili lull you into the false thinking that the bland appearance equals a bland chili. It is […]

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