This Desi (Indian/Pakistani) Omelette is made with readily available ingredients. The cilantro adds a refreshing taste and the onions provide a slight crunch. The tomato can be omitted if you like, but since my family loves tomatoes, I like to add them. Serve this with any type of flat bread, toast or other breads. We had this omelette with whole wheat toast and raisin toast, but you can eat it with roti, naan or paratha. You can even make an omelette sandwich or a roll for a school or office lunch. There are many versions of omelettes all over the Indian subcontinent. This is just one of them. Make this tomorrow or on Sunday for your family for a special weekend breakfast! Serve it with a refreshing Cold coffee or a Blueberry smoothie! Do send us pictures on firstname.lastname@example.org of your weekend breakfast/brunch!
Because my husband doesn’t eat fish, I tend to make fish for 1 most of the time and I stick to very quick and easy recipes. The good thing about it is that fresh fish doesn’t need much to make it taste great. I made this easy tangy pan fried fish for myself tonight as my husband and I had a guest over and I had made them meat. I marinated it in a Ziploc bag a night before so it marinated for 24 hours. I honestly just threw a few ingredients together and didn’t expect it to be so nice. I even got my husband to try a bite and he asked for a second! I can't believe it. Success!
Being married into a Jamaican family means eating a lot of Jerk Chicken and I couldn’t be happier! Mmm! My father in law makes such moist, juicy jerk chicken in the oven or on the barbecue. Living in an apartment, I have to use the oven of course, but you can grill these wings if you prefer of course. As you might already know, you can use jerk seasoning on pretty much anything. A lot of people make their own jerk seasoning but you can get really, really good ready to use jerk marinades, sauces, and seasoning. I will be putting up a recipe for a home made jerk seasoning soon (trying to perfect it), but in the meantime, here is an easy recipe for finger licking oven baked jerk chicken wings. Most people prefer jerk chicken to be leg and thigh pieces and I make those as well, but wings can be even tastier. So next time you have some friends over, make these wings and they’ll thank you despite sniffling due to the heat factor in jerk. You can find milder jerk seasonings in stores these days but come on- what’s the point of that! If you’re gonna have jerk chicken, do it right.
A simple minced veal fusion “curry” to serve on a bed of rice. It’s filling and easy to make. It is a little similar to the minced meat stroganoff but it’s healthier! I always use lean ground veal - I would recommend you do too if you are watching your calories. Serve it on some brown rice or on some spaghetti squash for an even healthier option.
Turkey is generally not as juicy as chicken, but it makes for a grander centrepiece for festive occasions and can feed a crowd. The challenge? To make it as juicy as possible and salted right through to the centre. The technique used here has been passed down to me from my father in law who makes a mean turkey every Christmas and Thanksgiving. Try it out! I made this Oven Roasted Turkey for a Christmas Eve order and have promised my husband I will make a turkey just for him hah! Adjust ingredients based on the size of your turkey of course. W.P
hAPPY eATING & kEEP sMILING
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