Advertisement -- Learn more about ads on this site.


    SKIRNIR   80,942
SparkPoints
80,000-99,999 SparkPoints
 
 

Two New Recipes Tried and Enjoyed


Thursday, January 24, 2013

A challenge on the maintenance team asked us to try a new recipe and blog about it/review it. So I decided to try a Thai Peanut Broccoli Chicken Recipe that I found on allrecipes.com

allrecipes.com/recipe/th
ai-peanut-chicken/


This was my first time working with fresh ginger, but it was very inexpensive and I was able to grab a small piece at the grocery store. One of the members on the team recommended this youtube video on how to peel ginger, which worked very well.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=
M9zgXSdnPGI


The recipe was quite good and very easy to make. Broccoli had been on sale here, hence trying the recipe. I do recommend it and will be making it again sometime. My husband and son also liked it quite a bit. My husband commented that if he had that in a restaurant it wouldn't surprise him.

Then later in the week, I had some hot italian sausage to use and wanted to try and recreate a dish that my hubby has had in a restaurant and rather liked. So I went google searching and found this recipe for Roasted Sausage, potatoes and peppers.

www.cinnamonspiceandever
ythingnice.com/roasted-sau
sage-potatoes-and-peppers/


This recipe was absolutely delicious and will be made again. We will be making it with a bit less olive oil, as the amount of juice it had in it, could have been a bit less with just as much flavor, I think. Oh, did I want to dip my bread into the juice, when I knew I had already over eaten. This may not be the most diet friendly of dishes, but oh, was it delicious. I may have to let you all know when I get it to the lowest amount of olive oil that is still absolutely delicious, because it will be made again.

Tonight I am making a dish somewhat similar to the italian sausage dish with ground beef and spiced differently from Joy of Cooking. May post later to let you all know what I think. Oh, and the recipe tonight will use more of that fresh ginger. :)
SHARE

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
NEELIXNKES 1/26/2013 7:49AM

    emoticon for sharing!

Report Inappropriate Comment
LMDIENER 1/25/2013 2:05PM

    Both recipes look so good! Yum!

Report Inappropriate Comment
PSSN4FITNESS 1/25/2013 1:48PM

    Awesome job! Thanks for sharing the video on peeling ginger. I've used fresh ginger in a lot of things, but never really got the right method for peeling it. Looking forward to trying this!

Report Inappropriate Comment
NUOVAELLE 1/25/2013 2:25AM

    The Thai chicken recipe sounds really interesting and I would definitely like to try it.
It sounds like your cooking experiments were both successful!
emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
-AMANDA79- 1/24/2013 6:09PM

    Glad everyone enjoyed your dishes!! And you learned something new. Success!
emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
YOJULEZ 1/24/2013 4:42PM

    I'm glad you liked the ginger and the spoon method to peel it! It's a huge pain to peel otherwise. I'm saving the chicken recipe to try sometime. I also LOVE sausage and peppers, it's probably one of my favorite things to eat, so I'm saving that one to try too!

Report Inappropriate Comment
COLLEENROSTE 1/24/2013 4:41PM

    emoticon the recipes you shared sound delicious and will probably made on appearance some night I want to " eat out at home" or have family visiting

Report Inappropriate Comment

Add Your Comment to the Blog Post


Log in to post a comment.