"Recipes are meant to be shared"...Ann Thibeault

Thursday, February 23, 2017

January Dinners

I'm trying to bring my Blog up to-date 
with a series of blog posts covering January and
February

I've done a Breakfast Post and now
here are some of our dinners for the
month of January.


Chicken Fried Rice


Greek Chicken Breast grilled and served
with rice and a Greek Salad.


Greek Pizza


 Topped with fried potatoes and olives. 


Seasoned the chicken legs with 
Sambal Oelek, garlic, salt, pepper, a little oil and the juice of a big lime.


Grilled and served with buttered rice and 
garnished with red onion, red peppers, cilantro and lime.

  

Tomahawk Steak Grilled
and served with roasted potatoes and green beans.


Hot Chicken Sandwiches with 
double fried fries. 


 Roasted Game Hen Italian Style
with a side of Linquine Aglio E Olio.

  

Homemade Italian Sausage Patty served
with a side of penne. 


Spicy Pork and Bean Sprouts

3/4 pound of ground pork
1 white onion sliced
1 stalk celery sliced thin on an angle
2 garlic cloves, minced or grated
1 inch piece of ginger, grated
2 or 3 Thai red chili peppers, sliced (or chile garlic sauce)
2 to 3 cups Bean Sprouts
Peanut oil
Scallions sliced on an angle
Salt
Pepper

Heat Wok over high heat.  Add just a little peanut oil and add onions and celery. Cook for a few minutes stirring often.  Remove from pan. 
Add a little more peanut oil and saute ground pork until no longer pink. Season with salt and pepper.  Add minced garlic and grated 
ginger. (I use a microplane).   Return the onions and celery to the wok.  Add the sliced chili peppers.   Stir to combine.  Cook for a few 

more minutes.  Add the bean sprouts, cook just long enough to heat through. Add the chopped scallions and serve with rice.


Prime Rib Dinner.


Homemade Rye bread topped
with smoked salmon.


Spaghetti with tomato basil sauce, kalamata olives and 
served with fresh mozzarella and fresh grated Reggiano.


 Dim Sum favourite. 
Steamed ribs with fermented black beans. 
I used baby back ribs. 
Had the butcher cut them lengthwise and then I just cut them into bite size pieces.


Swedish Meatballs.
These were served over noodles. 

1 comment:

  1. After looking at this and the breakfasts, all I can say is wow you sure feed your man well and now I am very hungry.

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