There is not much better than freshly cooked potstickers. The yin and yang of crunchy and soft- packed full of flavor… yes, please. It may sound counter intuitive to sear the potstickers then add water, but it works! This pork potsticker recipe is a favorite in our household. They take a little time to make, but are so worth it.
…Because everybody needs a rich, fatty, comforting meal every now and then. This dish is truly decadent. The tarragon cuts through the creamy sauce with its intense anise-like herbal flavor. The fettuccini noodles are the perfect noodle for a dish like this, because they have a ton of surface area to soak up the sauce. Leave out the chicken to make this a (very rich) vegetarian option.
Have you ever heard people say, “Go home Mother Nature, you’re drunk”? Well, that is how springtime in the mountains tends to feel. After a stint of 50F+ weather, we are back to a gloomy rainy/snowy week. The kind of weather that makes you just want to curl up on the couch with a good book.
Now that you all have hopefully abandoned your New Year’s resolution of healthy eating, I have a rich and delicious recipe for you to try! I have been hesitant to post this recipe, since the only photo I had of it was not very good, but I have decided that it is too delicious not to share!
Adobo chicken stole my heart in Hawaii. I worked in a kitchen with two Filipino boys and one of their mothers for the second half of my time living in Honolulu. I will never be able to recreate their delicious adobo (should have gotten a recipe!)- especially since I don’t see myself buying chicken livers anytime soon; although that might have been the secret touch.
It has been a snowy week up here in the mountains; we got over 2 feet of snow total! Not to mention, the temps were as cold as -15F some nights (with a windchill of -30F!). This kind of weather calls for some serious comfort food. Thanks to Jamie Oliver for, yet another, delicious inspiration!
Fall is in full force in the mountains. My sister-in-law sent a video of her lawn today and it was still BRIGHT GREEN! Definitely not the case here. The trees have almost lost all their leaves and we have even gotten a few days with snow. Luckily, apples are in season and I had a HUGE acorn squash from Ben’s Mom sitting in our pantry. Bring on the comforting flavors of fall!
Man, that title is a mouthful. Rightfully so. This dish is big, rich, in your face… and SO delicious. Ben always makes fun of me for my “dinner-lunches” (a lunch that should be eaten for dinner). If you can have breakfast for dinner, you can have dinner for lunch!
I have to admit, I am usually not a fan of one-pot meals. Why? Because one component of the dish is usually compromised to cook everything for the same time at the same temperature. This is not the case here. You will probably want to bake some potatoes or cook some rice to go with it, but everything in this one pot comes out perfect!