Coconut Chicken Curry

Coconut Chicken Curry

Gluten-free, paleo-friendly, healthy and delicious is that this Filipino-style coconut chicken curry tasteful with contemporary ginger and alternative spices. We tend to superimpose some sweet potatoes and bell peppers for further nutrition and yum!

The other night we tend to had dinner over at our friend’s house. A missionary visiting from France WHO spoke at our church last Sunday stayed with them. For his last night we tend to determined to possess dinner along, form of a pot luck. I didn’t have time to arrange a main dish as we tend to toured him round the space throughout the day (though I created some French callouts for sweet in his honor). Partner and that i simply determined to urge one or two of rotisserie chicken as our contribution.

We had plenty of food! One amongst the roast chickens wasn’t even touched therefore we tend to had to bring it home. As i used to be curious on what to use the chicken for, I remembered that I haven’t nevertheless created any Filipino curry version for the journal. Whereas we tend to usually use raw chicken after we create curry within the Philippines, i believed mistreatment the already roast one would create cookery easier and shorter, too. Besides, you’ll perpetually use another plan on the way to use left-over chicken, right? This can be one such recipe!

Filipino chicken curry could be a very little completely different compared to our Asian neighbors. Technically, it doesn’t extremely use a flavoring combine however merely place confidence in ginger, maybe some turmeric, too for flavor. Since ginger and turmeric square measure usually enclosed in curry mixes and recipes anyway, i feel this qualifies as curry, too. However, i made a decision to feature some flavoring and a few sweet potatoes to the combo (hubby is making an attempt a additional paleo-friendly diet recently and that i am change of integrity him, too). Bell peppers were additionally incorporated for flavor and color. If you would like to form it additional historically Filipino, you’ll use inexperienced unripe papaya rather than sweet potatoes or sweet peppers. Sadly, I didn’t have any papayas after I created this however be at liberty to sub if you are doing. Likewise, the sugar (or a bit honey as sub) isn’t meant to form this Coconut Chicken Curry however merely to balance the flavors of the dish. Like any cookery, merely accommodates style. If not doing a paleo diet, make sure to get pleasure from this with therefore me bush rice!!! this can be a awfully tasty dish so we tend to hope you are trying it shortly

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Ingredients
2 Tablespoons Coconut Oil
6 Garlic cloves, peeled and crushed
1 medium Onion, chopped
2-inch long fresh Ginger root, peeled and sliced
2 Tablespoons Red Curry powder
1 teaspoon ground Turmeric
1 Sweet Potato (Yam), peeled and chopped into cubes
3-4 cups left-over Chicken or 1 ( 3-lb) Rotisserie Chicken, chopped or cubed
1 1/2 cans Coconut Milk plus 1/2 can water (use 14 oz can for measurement)
2 Tablespoons paleo-friendly Fish Sauce
1 large red Bell pepper, chopped
1 Tablespoon brown Sugar (or Honey for paleo), to taste
Salt and Pepper, to taste
Cilantro for garnish (optional)
Instructions
1. Heat the oil in a large, heavy cooking pot with a lid. Saute the garlic, onion and fresh ginger until aromatic about 1-2 minutes. Adjust the heat to the lowest setting and add the curry powder and ground turmeric to the onion mixture and stir.
2. Add the sweet potatoes and chicken. Pour the coconut milk plus 1/2 a can of water, fish sauce and some freshly ground pepper, to taste. Bring to a boil, cover and then simmer on low for 8-10 minutes or until the sweet potatoes are tender.
3. Add the chopped bell peppers and the brown sugar or honey to balance out the flavor (not to make it sweet). Cook for another 2 minutes or until the peppers are heated through. If the sauce becomes too thick, simply add some more water. Adjust the seasoning if desired. Garnish with some chopped cilantro. Enjoy!
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3 Types of Royal men beaded bracelets to consider buying as a gift

3 Types of Royal men beaded bracelets to consider buying as a gift

Buying a gift for your loved ones can be an uphill task. Just finding something that they will appreciate and have it encrypted in their hearts for life be difficult. The situation will be complicated when dealing with men since they don’t openly disclose what they like. I will advocate that you go for something simple, precious and lovable. Beaded bracelets have and will always work for most men. They will love it, and the site of it on their hands giving the memory is priceless. Here are the three royal men beaded bracelets you must consider gifting your man.

1. Superior gold obsidian

A real man is defined with class. They should be a masterpiece in society. As such the gifts should match the credentials and you can stoop any lower than the royalty state.  The royal bead bracelet collection should be your thing if you value the man. The Superior gold obsidian royal beaded bracelet is elegant and bold so that your recipient of the gift will appreciate the present.

Made from gemstones combined with karat, the Royal men beaded bracelets will make the man outstanding from the mammoth. They typically consist of between 8 and 12mm beads in particular combination. They will be a suitable gift for that bald man in your life. You will love their exclusive, stylish and modern nature. They are available in different sizes, and you will be spoilt of choices. Getting the tight-fitting size will be a significant plus. It is also possible to customize the Superior gold obsidian bracelets to reflect the particular personality.

2. Superior Gold Tiger Eye

Every man wants to be the head of the social unit; as such, they should be protective and visionary. Well, in the jungle, we understand the traits of the tiger and is one respectable creature in the animal kingdom. For that man, you deeply treasure, you should revere to them. A man is receptive to all that will complement their character and stump their authority.

No gift can match that which will reflect on one’s desired personality. If they are not tigers already, then this bracelet will make them think otherwise and maybe transform them as they get the self-esteem from the gift. The bracelets are durable since they are made from the tiger eye beads stone as well as the 14K solid gold. The award will be with them for life.

3. Superior Gold Sodalite

Sodalite is one of the most precious stones in the world. The dark blue beaded bracelet should stand out at the birthday party for that dear man in your life. Made to withstand the extreme weather, the bracelet will be a companion to them in your absence. If you doubt, then there is a lifetime guarantee to drive away your uncertainties. You will have to get the measurements right so that the bracelet can be custom made to fit their wrist perfectly. Unwrapping the gift from the box will be sensational since they come with a luxurious box that the recipient of the award will adore and store as well.

CHRISTMAS LASAGNA

CHRISTMAS LASAGNA

Christmas is getting closer and closer, I love it! Dana and I are here to help you with new recipe ideas for the holiday season. Now on Christmas Day we have the usual turkey, ham and all the trimmings but for Christmas Eve we decided to change it up a bit and have lasagna. It feeds a lot of people and really who doesn’t love lasagna? So it is a real crowd pleaser. Since you can assemble it even the night before it makes the hectic Christmas Eve go a lot more smoothly.

This is my go to lasagna recipe, very simple, very classic, we jazz it up a little bit by adding in some Italian sausage. To make it more festive I put a Christmas Tree pattern on it made from bell peppers. I made the tree limbs out of green bell pepper slices, and decorated with chopped red and yellow pepper, the tree trunk is bit of red pepper and a (poorly shaped lol) star out of the yellow bell pepper.

I use no boil noodles and get this put together in no time. I pop it in the fridge and it is ready to go the next day for Christmas Eve dinner. A basket of garlic bread and a huge salad and Christmas Eve dinner is done!

So take it straightforward this holiday and create this amazing Christmas Lasagna! Don’t forget to go away some for Santa!! 😉

 

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Try this Christmas Lasagna recipe.

Ingredients

1 pound sausage
1 pound hamburger
2 jars spaghetti sauce
4-5 cups mozzarella cheese
2 eggs
32 oz ricottanoodles
1 package no boil noodles

Instructions

1. Brown and drain the sausage and hamburger together.
2. Add sausage and hamburger to large bowl and pour in the two jars of sauce.
3. In separate bowl mix the ricotta, 2 eggs and 1 cup of cheese.
4. Spread a thin layer of sauce in the bottom of a 9×13 dish.
5. Place noodles on top of sauce.
6. Spread 1/3 of the cheese mixture on the noodles.
7. Sprinkle with a little more shredded mozzarella.
8. Top with more sauce.
9. Do another layer of noodles.
10.Cheese mixture
11. Shredded cheese
12 Sauce.
13. Noodles.
14. Cheese mixture.
15. Sauce.
16. Shredded Cheese.
17. Arrange peppers into Christmas Tree shape.
18.Cover with foil and bake 30-40 minutes at 350 till bubbly

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Guilt-free Turkey Pot Pie

Guilt-free Turkey Pot Pie

This is such a delicious and decadent tasting food formula for christmas. you’ll simply use chicken instead. Besides the turkey, it’s loaded with veggies, potatoes and butternut squash. every skinny serving has 266 calories, six grams of fat and seven Weight Watchers race SmartPoints Your family can love, love, love this fabulous Turkey Pot Pie.It freezes nice too!


Try this Guilt-free Turkey Pot Pie recipe.

Ingredients

3½ cups Swanson’s reduced-sodium chicken broth, divided

2 cups butternut squash or sweet potatoes, peeled and cubed (½ inch cubes)

1½ cups potatoes, peeled and cubed (½ inch cubes)

1½ cups onions, chopped

1½ cup carrots, peeled and chopped

1½ cups celery, sliced

1 tablespoon fresh garlic, minced

3 cups turkey breast or chicken, cooked and diced, see shopping tips

¾ cup frozen peas (un-defrosted)

½ cup reduced-fat milk

⅓ cup all purpose flour

1 teaspoon dried thyme

1 teaspoon dried sage

¼ teaspoon fresh ground black pepper

1 pkg. Pillsbury Golden Layer Flaky Biscuits (100 calories for each biscuit), see shopping tips

Instructions

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Coat an 13 x 9 inch baking dish with cooking spray and set aside.

2. In a large pan, add 2¾ cups chicken broth, butternut squash, potatoes, onions, carrots, celery and garlic. Bring to a boil over medium high heat. Reduce heat, cover and simmer for 8 minutes, until soft. Add diced turkey and frozen peas, breaking them up. Bring back to a boil, turn heat to simmer, cover and cook for 5 minutes. Place a colander into a large bowl. Pour turkey, vegetables and broth into the colander. Add the strained broth back to the pan. Set aside the bowl of turkey and vegetables.

3. In separate small bowl, add flour. Gradually add milk to flour, stirring with a whisk, until well blended.

4. Increase heat to the pan of broth to medium and stir in remaining broth. Using a whisk or fork, stir in milk and flour mixture. Cook for 5 minutes or until thicken. Stir often.

5. Add back the turkey and vegetables. Mix in thyme, sage and black pepper. Mix well. Pour turkey stew into the 13 x 9 inch baking dish. Cover with foil and bake for 15 minutes. Remove from oven and remove foil.

6. Open the package of biscuits, separate them and place on top of turkey stew. Line them evenly over the top.

7. Place the pot pie back in the oven and bake, uncovered, for 14-16 more minutes until the biscuits are golden brown.

8. To serve, spoon about 1 cup into each bowl and top with 1 biscuit. You’ll have 2 extra biscuits!

Serves 8 (each serving ⅛ of recipe, 1 biscuit and about 1 cup turkey stew)

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Traditional honey-glazed gammon

Traditional honey-glazed gammon

 

Since Christmas season is well under way and this particular holiday brings about such tasty dishes, Traditional honey-glazed gammon is one in every of our incomparable favorite meals of the year. Completely excellent for Christmas, or the other special dinner you would like to share with loved ones. They say that the honey-glazed ham is at its perfection once it melts in your mouth. The key to a delicious and tender honey-glazed gammon is in guaranteeing the meat is recent. The longer it’s marinated; This menu can have everybody licking their plates.

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Ingredients

For cooking the gammon
2kg/4lb 8oz unsmoked boneless gammon joint, tied
2 onions, halved
2 carrots, unpeeled, cut into 5cm/2in pieces
2 celery stalks, cut into 5cm/2in pieces
4 bay leaves
12 black peppercorns
small handful cloves
For the glaze
4 tbsp runny honey
4 tbsp English mustard

Method

Method

1. Place the gammon joint into a large lidded saucepan, cover with cold water and bring to the boil over a high heat. Drain the water from the saucepan, add fresh cold water, the onions, carrots, celery, bay and peppercorns and bring to the boil once more. Reduce the heat, cover with a lid and simmer the gammon and vegetables gently for 20 minutes per 500g/1lb 2oz. (If your pan is not quite large enough to cover the joint completely, turn the gammon over halfway through the cooking time.)

2. Remove the gammon from the water and set aside to cool for 15 minutes. (The cooking liquid can be strained and reserved for making soup for another time.)

3. Preheat the oven to 200C/180C Fan/Gas 6 and line a large roasting tin with kitchen foil.

4. Use a small knife to remove the rind from the gammon joint, leaving as much of the fat intact as possible. Score the fat in a diamond pattern, and push a clove into the centre of each ‘X’.

5. Place the gammon into the foil-lined roasting tray, ensuring that the sides of the foil come halfway up the joint to contain any roasting juices.

6. For the glaze, mix the honey and mustard together and brush half of it evenly over the gammon, including one side of the joint. Roast in the centre of the oven for 10 minutes, then take the joint out and brush the top and remaining side with the rest of the glaze. Return the gammon to the oven for a further 10– 15 minutes, rotating the tin so that the opposite side of the gammon faces the back of the oven.

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Christmas Brunch

Christmas Brunch

On Christmas Morning my children and grandchildren arrive at my house to open presents and have brunch, it’s another family tradition started when the kids were young.

Our usual routine is orange juice and cocoa or coffee in the kitchen before we head over to the formal living room to distribute and unwrap gifts.  This ritual takes at least 2 hours and I usually pop in to the kitchen to toss the egg dish in the oven during the last hour or so.
When the kids were younger we served a plated breakfast at the table, these days with in-laws and grandkids there’s just too many of us for a proper sit down breakfast, not to mention the unwrapping ritual takes us longer,  so we set up a brunch buffet instead.  Although times have changed the menu has not.  I like to keep it simple and easy to prepare so I look for things I can prepare the night before and throw in the oven before brunch.
Our traditional menu includes:
Chile Relleno Torta – a delicious baked egg dish, I got the recipe years ago from Diane Mott Davidson’s book “Dying for Chocolate”.  For recipe click here!
I serve this with fresh warm tortillas, salsa, and sour cream on the side.
French Toast – I try different types every year.  This year I will try this Overnight Creme Brulee French Toast recipe from Carl’s Bad Cravings.  For recipe click here!
Fried and Scrambled Eggs
Breakfast Meats
Hash Brown Potatoes
Coffee, Cocoa, and juice
Here a a few ideas I found around the web you may want to try this year.
BrunchCinnamon Cream Cheese Roll-Ups by Rindy Mae
Recipe here!

Strawberry Santas by Leanne Bakes

Recipe here!

 

 

OmeletOmelet Breakfast Bites by Raining Hot Coupons

Recipe here!

 

TrifleFruit Trifle from Chef in Training

Recipe here!

PancakesFunfetti Buttermilk Pancakes by Sally’s Baking Addiction

Recipe here!

 

 

 

Eggs BenedictEggs Benedict Casserole from All Recipes

Recipe here!