Take-Out, Fake-Out: Sweet & Sour Chicken. It’s easy to make the popular take out sweet & sour chicken at home We made it to Friday!
Finally. I swear this week couldn’t have been any longer. I know Easter is coming up this Sunday and I have not done one dish for Easter weekend. And the dish I have here today is the polar opposite of what you’d eat on Easter, but, I mean, you have tonight and Saturday, right? So lately, I’ve been really lazy about cooking. On a completely random note that has nothing to do with takeout or vacation: have you heard of country hottie, Jake Owen?
Now back to this dish. General Tso’s Chicken…possibly the best food ever. A recipe!
Can you believe it? The last couple of posts were just chatting chatting chatting. What happened to the food on this food blog? It is here. Waiting. I must warn you…they are coming for my ghetto computer today. Ok, enough bitching and moaning. Recipe: sweet & sour chicken. I was ridiculously excited when I came across this recipe for homemade sweet and sour chicken.
You guys, it is SO GOOD. It’s a little involved with several steps (coating chicken, frying a little bit, then baking) but it is all worth it. Trust me. Start with a plate of chicken breast, cut into chunks. Sprinkle on some salt and pepper. Mix up your sauce: ketchup, sugar, vinegar, soy sauce, and garlic powder. Dip the chicken into cornstarch and then in beaten egg. Transfer the chicken to a baking dish and coat all the pieces with the sauce. Bake that for about an hour, turning the pieces once or twice.
How to Make Your Own Spring Rolls. Your passion for healthy living brought you here - let's keep talking!
Home>> How to Make Your Own Spring Rolls From Health magazine Wow your guests with this recipe that includes fresh shrimp and bright greens wrapped in delicate rice paper and served alongside a flavorful Dipping Sauce. Best of all, these light Vietnamese treats come together in 3 easy steps. Prep: 40 minutes Cook: 7 minutes Makes 8 servings Ingredients: Half 8-ounce package dry rice vermicelli 1 pound shrimp, peeled, deveined, and cooked Sixteen 8-inch round sheets rice paper 2 cups red leaf lettuce leaves 1/2 cup fresh mint 2 cups mung bean sprouts. Chicken Lo Mein Recipe. Vegan Miso Soup Recipe - Made Just Right. Photo courtesy of Adactio[/caption] It used to be that chicken soup was the prescribed go-to meal for anyone feeling under the weather.
There are however healthier plant-based options that not only help ease one through the transition from illness back to health, but also contribute to an overall sense of well-being. Miso soup is at the top if that list! What’s your go-to meal when you’re not feeling so hot? Tell us below in the comments for a chance to win free Earth Balance®! Miso is a salty paste made from fermented soybeans, which sometimes also includes barley or rice. Feel Better Miso Soup -adapted from VegWeb Ingredients: 4 tablespoons oil 1 medium yellow onion, chopped 6-8 cloves fresh garlic, chopped 3/4″ piece fresh ginger, grated 4 cups water 1 teaspoon cumin 4 tablespoons soy sauce 1 tablespoon sesame oil 2 dried shiitake mushrooms 1 1/2 cups green peas 1 1/2 cups broccoli 4 tablespoons miso paste, divided Directions: 1. 2. 3. 4. Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast) Food52: 9 Takeout Classics, Done At Home. Call anything "world's easiest" and we're skeptical, but marisab67 is on to something.
We'd never made falafel from scratch before and were astonished at how easy -- and fun -- it could be. The food processor does double duty for the herbed chickpea mixture and then the garlic-scented tzatziki, saving us from both fine-chopping and washing extra dishes. The falafel patties are easily formed (a good time to put children or other passersby to work) and well-behaved in the frying pan. One bite into a pita stuffed with freshly crisped falafel, doused in your perfect tzatziki and a few shakes of hot sauce, and ordering take-out will seem like too much trouble. - Amanda & Merrill Get the recipe.Photo: Sarah Shatz.
Foodbuzz 24, 24, 24: Chinese Buffet at Home. It is no secret that I have an obsession with Chinese cuisine.
The place that started it all was a local Chinese buffet here in Michigan. After frequent visits to the buffet over the years, I finally decided to take a stab at cooking my own Chinese dishes at home. The majority of the dishes were delicious and I began cooking different Chinese meals every week, but I had always wanted more variety just like the buffet. Better Than Takeout Orange Chicken. Yesterday as I stood in the kitchen trying to figure out what to make for dinner I wondered to myself, how do those people do it on those shows where they are given random ingredients and are suppose come up with something genius.