Tuesday, July 16, 2019

CTBF~ED: Shrimp Tacos

A few days late making July's Everyday Dorie recipe ~ shrimp tacos (wrap).  I used chapati for the wrap, mango and rose apple (or wax apple) in place of pineapple and peach.
Initially the recipe appeared daunting, but broken down into parts, things got manageable! 
This was (a messy) dinner for one, mine!  Hubby don't like spicy stuff, and he had to skip carbs for today. 
Love that fruity salsa, and shrimps. 
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are cooking from
Dorie Greenspan's
Everyday Dorie, The Way I Coo
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Recipe from pages 195-198
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A Big Thank You to KatieBetsy and Mary
for putting everything into order and making it happen!
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Monday, July 8, 2019

CC#43: Lentils with roasted Brussels sprouts

Lentils with roasted Brussels sprouts, with garlicky balsamic vinaigrette.

ps: I added roasted pumpkin for bulk in hubby's serving.
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 From pages 288-289 of
River Cottage Light and Easy
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CTBF~MPK: Shakshuka

A common and popular dish I often seen being cooked by a few of TV show chefs, so I finally made in my own kitchen,  minus the heat elements (for the benefit of hubby). 
I do have and was going to use feta cheese, but totally forgot to add it in at the last moment. 
I used one can of tomatoes, and two small fresh and skinned tomatoes.
I used up whatever vegetables that needed to be eaten quick which was okra, I think it worked rather well! 
I did the initial cooking of the tomato base in a large pan. 
But finishing this dish in a tagine makes absolute sense, and the eggs were not overdone! 
Perfection!
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are cooking from
Recipe from pgs 1153-154
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A Big Thank You to KatieBetsy and Mary
for putting everything into order and making it happen!
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better still - get the book, and join us at CtBF.
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