Posted in Salads, Uncategorized

Ode to Salads

It’s Springtime, soon to be Summertime! So everyone is trying to eat better and lighter! So I thought I would do a post Ode to the Salad! So here you go some salad ideas for you! I am dedicating this post to my co-worker Melissa aka Dummy aka Melby (I have many nicknames for her). She is the salad QUEEN! I ask Melissa every day what she is eating for lunch or what she is having for dinner and the response lately has been the same: “Salad” so this post is for you Dummy!

This is my MOST favorite dressing right now! It’s SOOO good! It tastes like a Honey Mustard dressing but without the may-o! I made this salad for my cousin Jenn when she was staying with us and it was her favorite dressing as well! I actually made this dressing and I originally didn’t like the flavor so I added honey and made it my own and that is what made it taste SO good!

Green Salad and Napa Wine Vinaigrette

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This is THE BEST Macaroni Salad I have ever made! BBQ Macaroni Salad
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Another favorite of mine! Tomatoes and avocados YUM YUM YUM! Avocado Salad with Tomatoes
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I love Mushrooms! and I love this salad! MMMMMM Mushroom Salad
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This is my go to cucumber salad – easy and delicious! Aunt Peggy’s Cucumber, Tomato and Onion Salad
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Oh this is a good one for you! Probably not very healthy but still delicious Teri’s Ramen Noodle Coleslaw Salad
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I LOVE caprese salad! But what makes this Caprese salad that much better is Heirloom tomatoes! I LOVE Heirloom tomatoes!
Heirloom Tomato Caprese Salad
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LOVE this salad! Probably NOT the best salad for you as it has May-o and Bacon in it! But it has brocoli so it will even it out right?
Broccoli Salad
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This salad is YUMMY! Except instead of lettuce there is Cabbage and the best part is the avocado!
Ty’s Thai Salad
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My MOST favorite salads of all is Cucumber salads! I LOVE Cucumbers!
Japanese Cucumber Salad
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I really like the dressing on this salad! You know its good for you because it’s from The Biggest Loser!
White House Salad from The Biggest Loser
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I have an obsession with asian cucumber salads! Something about them the flavors just go together really well and I am drawn to them, so I always make them!
Asian Marinated Cucumber Salad
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Hey told you I love cucumbers! Here is another cucumber salad Awesome cucumber salad
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This salad was different but really good! You know its good because it has BACON in it! Avocado Salad with Lemon, Bacon and Watercress

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I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE Heirloom tomatoes so of course I love this salad
Heirloom tomato salad

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Gotta love Caesar salad SIMPLE, SCRUMPTIOUS CAESAR SALAD WITH QUICK GARLIC CROUTONS
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add some chicken too
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I love me some mac salad and this one is delicious! Why? Well….it has BACON!
BLT Macaroni Salad
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Antipasto Salad
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The dressing for this salad is AMAZING! Make it just so you can have the dressing! The salad isn’t bad either!
Chinese Chicken Salad
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Can’t go wrong with pasta salad! You have everything you need in one salad protein, carbs and veggies
Italian Pasta Salad
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I love anything with tomatoes and fresh herbs! MMMM Marinated Tomato Salad with Herbs
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This salad is different and I didn’t think I would like it, But it was so good! Marinated Vegetable Salad
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Gotta LOVE The pioneer Woman – Chipotle Steak Salad
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Cucumbers and Dill – go so WELL together! Cucumber, Tomato, Onion, Dill Salad
I love dill SO much that I add too much, I don’t think that I do, but my hubby tells me I do!
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A different kind of salad with Calamari = YUM! Chilled Calamari Salad with Lemon and Parsley
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Another Mac salad that I like Classic Macaroni Salad
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My dad LOVED it!
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If you need a good salad to feed a crowd! This salad is for you! Asian Noodle Salad
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This is so good! make it!
Chipotle Turkey Salad
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Another Yummy cucumber salad for you! Tomato, Cucumber and Red Onion Salad with Mint
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I know this next one is not a salad, but it goes on salad so I think it works! Olive Garden Salad and Dressing
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Easy, yummy pasta salad, who wouldn’t like that Simple Pasta Salad
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Potatoes Salad (like Mom’s)

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Asian Beef Salad with Sriracha Honey Dressing
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Caprese Skewers

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A different kind of way to have caprese salad Fresh Mozzarella with Tomatoes and Basil Vinaigrette
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One of my most favorite dressings is Thousand Island Dressing
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MMMMM Mushrooms! Marinated Mushrooms
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This is my favorite Ginger Dressing tastes like the stuff from asian restaurants.
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Posted in Things I like Thursday

Things I like Thursday

Happy Thursday! Happy 4th day of the week! Happy day before friday! Another week and here we are! Things this chic likes Thursday!

 

Happy Friday Eve!

 

So cute!

LOVE this movie!

LOVE this! I get a lot of shit for not wanting to have kids and well it sometimes…no wait…. ALL the time it gets old! Thank you Lena!

 

Caprese Phyllo Cups

Caprese Phyllo Cups | gimmesomeoven.com

 

Buttermilk Fried Chicken

Buttermilk Fried Chicken

 

I freaking love this site! never gets old!

You don’t need a party to get down on some guacamole. Put it on a salad, taco, tostada, sandwich, whatever you want. Eat it with your hands. I don’t give a flying fuck. SNACK LIFE.</p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>GRAPEFRUIT GUACAMOLE</p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>5 ripe avocados</p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>2 medium grapefruits or 1 big son of a bitch</p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>¼ cup chopped cilantro</p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>¼ cup chopped red onion</p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>juice of 1 lime (about 2 tablespoons)</p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>¼ teaspoon salt</p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>Take the pit out of the avocados and scoop out all the green flesh into a large bowl. Mash it up with fork. I like my guacamole chunky but do what you gotta do. Cut the grapefruit up into segments like you would cut an orange. Remove the peel and cut the segments into pieces about the size of a nickel. Put all the grapefruit into the bowl with the avocado. Add the cilantro, red onion, lime juice, and salt and mix it all up. Taste it and add more shit until you like it. Serve immediately or chill it for a bit. I’m not gonna tell you how to eat guacamole, just follow your fucking heart.

 

Blue Moon Orange Chicken

Blue Moon Orange Chicken | iowagirleats.com

 

Roasted Asparagus with Easy Hollandaise Sauce

Roasted Asparagus with Easy Hollandaise Sauce

 

My newest favorite show The Big C

 

I want to get a jar like this and fill it with cupcake papers like this too! I have SO many cupcake papers! So cute!

 

Bacon Lettuce and Tomato Salad with Creamy Pesto Dressing

OH YUM! Creamy Crawfish Dip

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Chilean Style Hot Dogs with Avocado-Chili Relish

 

Sriracha Underwears

Sriracha Underwears

 

EVERY office needs this!

Croatia

 

MMMMMMMMMMMMM Gumbo Recipe

Gumbo Recipe from addapinch.com

 

Barbecue Chicken Bread

Barbecue Chicken Pizza Bread

 

Light and Fresh! Citrus Mint Fruit Salad

citrus mint fruit salad recipe

 

Lemon Ricotta Thyme Pancakes with Blueberry Sauce

Lemon thyme pancakes with blueberry sauce recipe

 

Lemon Chili Chicken

Lemon Chili Chicken recipe

 

This song never gets old to me! LOVE IT! MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS – CAN’T HOLD US FEAT. RAY DALTON

 

Crispy Prosciutto-Wrapped Asparagus

 

Louisiana Crab Claws Bordelaise

 

This will be me tomorrow!

 

Posted in Dinner, Seafood, Shrimp

Baked Shrimp in Tomato Feta Sauce over Orzo with Basil

I used two recipes that I have made before to make this one recipe

for the Orzo with basil
Here is what you need,

3 tbsp. butter
1 ½ cups Orzo
3 cups chicken (I used water and then added better than bouillon chicken flavor)
1 tbsp dried basil
Salt, to tatse
Freshly ground black pepper, to taste

Melt the butter in a pan over medium heat.
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Add the orzo
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and sauté
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until golden brown. Takes a few minutes

Add the broth and cover. Simmer for 15-20 minutes, until the water is all absorbed into the orzo

Remove from the heat, stir in the basil and salt & pepper to taste.
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and for Baked Shrimp in Tomato Feta Sauce

olive oil
1 onion, chopped
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 14.5-ounce cans of fire roasted tomatoes
1 red bell pepper, chopped
1/4 cup fresh parsley, minced
1 Tbsp minced fresh dill or 1 teaspoon dried dill
1 to 1 1/4 pounds medium sized shrimp, peeled and deveined I left the tails on mine (I used precooked shrimp for my recipe because they were out of raw)
salt, to taste
freshly ground black pepper, to taste
4 ounces feta cheese
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heat your oven to 425°F. Heat oil in a large, oven-proof pan or dutch oven to medium high heat. Add the onions
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and cook until softened, about 5 minutes.

Add the garlic and cook until fragrant, about a minute.

Add the tomatoes
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bring to a simmer, reduce the heat and let simmer for 10 minutes, until the juices thicken a bit.
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Then add in the red bell pepper
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Stir in
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Remove pot from heat and turn burner off. Stir in the herbs,
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shrimp, feta cheese,
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and salt and pepper to taste.
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Place pot in oven and bake, uncovered, 10 minutes until the shrimp are nice and warm
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Serve immediately over Orzo
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I recommend getting shrimps with the tails off because when you eat this dish it was a little bit of pain to have to pull the tail off while eating this. Would have been more enjoyable to just eat the shrimps with no mess

Posted in Side Dish, Veggies

Cauliflower “Mashed Potatoes”

Ever had cauliflower potatoes? Not potatoes….But instead of using potatoes you use cauliflower and it tastes like mashed potatoes, only better for you! Well if you haven’t, you should try it! So here we go, How I made cauliflower wanna be mashed potatoes.

side note – cauliflower is stinky!

So take one head of cauliflower
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and wash it and take the leaves and bottom stem part off and cut it up and add to a pot of water, enough for the cauliflower to swim around in and get soft
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then place the pot of water on a burner and turn the burner to high heat and boil the cauliflower

I boiled mine for about 15-20 minutes. I just kept poking the bigger pieces with a fork until they were nice and tender
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Then drain the cauliflower in a strainer
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then place the cauliflower in a food processor, I did this in two batches
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I added a little butter
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and I added in a little Cajun seasoning (of course) to taste
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and then I purred the cauliflower, I also added a little milk too so that it helped to break up the bigger chucks of cauliflower and loosen everything up.
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then purred it again
until it was nice and smooth
You may need to add more milk, but just keep purring it till its nice and smooth
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I placed both batches in a medium saucepan and added a little bit more butter and turned burner to medium low heat
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Then I added in a little greek yogurt and better than bullion (chicken flavor) for a little more flavoring and saltines
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Then I added in salt and pepper and chives, to taste
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stir all that together and let it warm up and taste it for seasoning and adjust if needed
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Then serve the cauliflower “potatoes” up nice and hot
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I sprinkled a little more chives over my cauliflower

They look just like mashed potatoes don’t they!? I think they taste like them too!

Here is that recipe again for you…

So take one cauliflower head

And wash it and take the leaves and bottom stem part off and cut it up and add to a pot of with water, enough for the cauliflower to swim around in and get soft

Then place the pot of water on a burner and turn the burner to high heat and boil the cauliflower

I boiled mine for about 15-20 minutes. I just kept poking the bigger pieces with a fork until they were nice and tender

Then drain the cauliflower in a strainer

Then place the cauliflower in a food processor, I did this in two batches

I added a little butter

And I added in a little Cajun seasoning (of course) to taste

And then I purred the cauliflower, and I added a little milk too so that it helped to break up the bigger chucks of cauliflower and loosen everything up.

Then purred it again
until it was nice and smooth
you may need to add more milk, but just keep purring it till it’s nice and smooth

I placed both batches in a medium saucepan and added a little bit more butter and turned burner to medium low heat

Then I added in a little Greek yogurt and better than bouillon (chicken flavor) for a little more flavoring and saltines

Then I added in salt and pepper and chives, to taste

Stir all that together and let it warm up and taste it for seasoning and adjust if needed

Then serve the cauliflower “potatoes” up nice and hot

I sprinkled a little more chives over my cauliflower

They look just like mashed potatoes don’t they!? I think they taste like them too!

Posted in Side Dish, Veggies

Cauliflower “Mashed Potatoes”

Ever had cauliflower potatoes? Not potatoes….But instead of using potatoes you use cauliflower and it tastes like mashed potatoes, only better for you! Well if you haven’t, you should try it! So here we go, How I made cauliflower wanna be mashed potatoes.

side note – cauliflower is stinky!

So take one head of cauliflower
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and wash it and take the leaves and bottom stem part off and cut it up and add to a pot of water, enough for the cauliflower to swim around in and get soft
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then place the pot of water on a burner and turn the burner to high heat and boil the cauliflower

I boiled mine for about 15-20 minutes. I just kept poking the bigger pieces with a fork until they were nice and tender
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Then drain the cauliflower in a strainer
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then place the cauliflower in a food processor, I did this in two batches
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I added a little butter
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and I added in a little Cajun seasoning (of course) to taste
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and then I purred the cauliflower, I also added a little milk too so that it helped to break up the bigger chucks of cauliflower and loosen everything up.
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then purred it again
until it was nice and smooth
You may need to add more milk, but just keep purring it till its nice and smooth
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I placed both batches in a medium saucepan and added a little bit more butter and turned burner to medium low heat
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Then I added in a little greek yogurt and better than bullion (chicken flavor) for a little more flavoring and saltines
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Then I added in salt and pepper and chives, to taste
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stir all that together and let it warm up and taste it for seasoning and adjust if needed
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Then serve the cauliflower “potatoes” up nice and hot
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I sprinkled a little more chives over my cauliflower

They look just like mashed potatoes don’t they!? I think they taste like them too!

Here is that recipe again for you…

So take one cauliflower head

And wash it and take the leaves and bottom stem part off and cut it up and add to a pot of with water, enough for the cauliflower to swim around in and get soft

Then place the pot of water on a burner and turn the burner to high heat and boil the cauliflower

I boiled mine for about 15-20 minutes. I just kept poking the bigger pieces with a fork until they were nice and tender

Then drain the cauliflower in a strainer

Then place the cauliflower in a food processor, I did this in two batches

I added a little butter

And I added in a little Cajun seasoning (of course) to taste

And then I purred the cauliflower, and I added a little milk too so that it helped to break up the bigger chucks of cauliflower and loosen everything up.

Then purred it again
until it was nice and smooth
you may need to add more milk, but just keep purring it till it’s nice and smooth

I placed both batches in a medium saucepan and added a little bit more butter and turned burner to medium low heat

Then I added in a little Greek yogurt and better than bouillon (chicken flavor) for a little more flavoring and saltines

Then I added in salt and pepper and chives, to taste

Stir all that together and let it warm up and taste it for seasoning and adjust if needed

Then serve the cauliflower “potatoes” up nice and hot

I sprinkled a little more chives over my cauliflower

They look just like mashed potatoes don’t they!? I think they taste like them too!

Posted in Chicken, Dinner, Puerto Rican food

Arroz con Pollo (Caribbean Rice with Chicken)

So my hubby Normando or as I call him Normy or Norman, is from Puerto Rico. So the good wifey I am, I wanted to learn how to make the food of his homeland. So I chose Arroz con Pollo (Caribbean Rice with Chicken). Pretty easy dish! So this will be the 2nd time I have made it! I would like to master it and then learn to make more foods from his homeland…

I got the recipe from this book:
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Normy has explained to me when trying to find Puerto Rican recipes that I am to not look online! He told me what I need to know about Puerto Rican food is in this book!

So here we go…

I copied what was in the book…

So I went through the recipe and picked out what I needed so I could do my usual display of ingredients…

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A- 2 1/2 pounds chicken pieces (I used thighs) (Normy says he has had it with drumsticks and thighs, but I did just thighs because that’s what I like, dark meat)

B- 2 peppercorns (whole black pepper) I just used fresh ground black pepper

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2 cloves garlic, peeled, and then I minced them

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1 teaspoon dried oregano,

4 1/2 teaspoons salt,

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2 teaspoons olive oil,

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1 teaspoon vinegar or fresh lime juice. (I used balsamic vinegar)

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(Crush and mix in a mortar) (using a mortar is the best way to do this, but I don’t have one so I just mixed it in a bowl)

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C- 1 tablespoon lard or vegetable oil, 1 ounce salt pork, 2 ounces lean cured ham (for salt pork and ham- washed and diced)

D- 1 onion, peeled, 1 green pepper, seeded, 3 sweet chili peppers, seeded, 1 tomato, 6 cilantro (culantro) leaves (chopped)

E- 1/2 teaspoon salt, 10 olives stuffed with pimento, 1 tablespoon capers, 1/4 cup tomato sauce, 2 tablespoons fat or Achiote Coloring, 3 cups rice

F- 1 can (1 pound 1 ounce) green peas (I did not add)

G- 1 can (4 ounces) pimento (I did not add)

1- Wash chicken and divide each chicken piece in two. Dry and rub with seasoning included in B. Set in refrigerator for several hours or overnight.

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(side note –  I didn’t let it marinate, I just rub it on the chicken and then just started cooking it, I forget this step when I make this dish and I need to plan ahead and let it marinate overnight, so plan ahead and I HIGHLY recommend letting the chicken marinate)

2-In a caldero

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or heavy kettle, heat fat (I used vegetable oil)

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brown rapidly salt pork

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and ham.

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Reduce heat to moderate, add chicken pieces, and cook for 5 minutes.

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3- Reduce heat to low, add ingredients included in D,

onion, green pepper, 3 sweet chili peppers, 1 tomato, 6 cilantro leaves (chopped)

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Normy approves!

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and sauté for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.

4- Meanwhile, drain liquid from can peas into measuring cup and add enough water to measure 2 1/2 cups, if regular rice is used, or 3 1/2 cups, if long grain rice is used. Reserve peas. Heat liquid and reserve. – For this step I skipped the peas – I just added the water

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5- Add to the kettle ingredients included in E and mix over moderate heat for 2 minutes.

1/2 teaspoon salt,

10 olives stuffed with pimento, (I LOVE green olives so I added more than the recipe called for)

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1 tablespoon capers,

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1/4 cup tomato sauce,

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2 tablespoons fat or Achiote Coloring, (I used two of these packets, you can get them at king soopers, wal mart or spanish/latin grocery store)

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3 cups rice

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6- Add reserved hot liquid to kettle, mix well, and cook, uncovered, over moderate heat, until rice is dry.

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7- With a fork, turn rice from bottom to top.

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8- Cover kettle and cook over low heat for 40 minutes. Halfway during this cooking period, turn Rice over again.

9- Add peas, turn rice once more, cover, and cook for 15 minutes over low heat. (again I skipped this part and did not add the peas)

10- Spoon rice into a serving platter.

11- Heat pimento in their juice, drain, and garnish the rice. Serve at once. (I skipped the pimento part as well, I was going to add them, but there was already pimento in the olives, so I felt that was enough).

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Here is that recipe for you again from the book:
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Posted in Things I like Thursday

Things I like Thursday!

Happy Thursday to ya! Another week! Sheesh! I am SOOOOO looking forward to the weekend ahead! My friend Stacey is having her annual crawfish boil this Saturday and I am SO excited! MMMMM crawfish!

So we will start out with this picture – that is a BEAUTIFUL THING! All them crawfish! mmmmmmm

Crawfish Boil Image

Oh man! I LOVE Cheesecake and there are some good ones in here for you! 80 Cheesecake Recipes

80 Cheesecake Recipes | www.somethingswanky.com

Oh these cupcakes look amazing! Neapolitan Cupcakes

Neapolitan Cupcakes!

I think I have sweets on the mind! Look at this cake! Sooooo pretty! Strawberries and Cream Tres Leches Layer Cake

Strawberries and Cream Tres Leches Layer Cake | Blueberry Kitchen

YUM! This dish looks amazing to me with all them Mushrooms!! Chicken Marsala

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YUM! Anything Cajun is YUM to me! Cajun Shrimp Guacamole

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Anything with scallops I am ALL for! Scallops Benedict on Chive Buttermilk Biscuits with Brown Butter Hollandaise

Scallops Benedict on Chive Buttermilk Biscuits with Brown Butter Hollandaise

Holy crap this burger LOOKS like a beast! Looks AMAZING! I HAD to share it!  Michael Symon’s Fat Doug Burgers

OH YUM! I love Lemon and Raspberry together! Lemon Baby Cakes with Fresh Raspberry Buttercream

Lemon Baby Cakes with Fresh Raspberry Buttercream

OH YUM! This Salad looks amazing to me! Greek Crab Pasta Salad

Greek Pasta Salad with Crab and Feta

what a fun breakfast this would be to eat!  Breakfast Pigs-In-A-Blanket

breakfast, sausage, pancakes, pigs in a blanket

Oh this cake looks so gooooood! Chocolate Caramel & White Cake with Caramel Buttercream and Chocolate Ganache

MMMM I love Blueberries! Blueberry Buckle

So pretty! I want to be here right now! Positano, Amalfi Coast, South Italy

Very True!

Broiled Crawfish with Horseradish Cocktail Sauce

Beer Brined Roasted Cornish Game Hens with Orange Chili Sauce

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DUDE! Crispy Old Bay Mushrooms with Sriracha Mayo

Crispy Old Bay Mushrooms with Sriracha Mayo ~ Savory Simple ~ www.savorysimple.net

Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict

Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict

 

and one more! Thank you for sharing this with me Rosaline! Sunflower Cupcakes Bouquet

Sunflower Cupcakes Bouquet

 

Thats all folks! Happy Friday tomorrow!