a traditional malay dish, rendang is a specialized dry-ish curry that is made distinctive by adding dry-fried grated coconut towards the end of cooking time. it is made with chicken or beef (this takes an hour and a half at least to get tender) traditiona
(revised january 2016, corrected number of servings.) in my family we call this "filipino sick people chicken & rice soup". it is a classic filipino dish, but it's mild and easy to eat when you're under the weather, and it really does make you feel bette
my husband and father-in-law love this! it's a bit time-consuming, but worth the spectacular results. truly a handsome dish! from one of those pillsbury mini-magazine things you buy at the supermarket. please note that you can use leftover mashed potatoes
i found this on another recipe site many years ago and it became a favorite back then. i recently came across the recipe again and thought i would share it here. originally by tracy seaman in _an italian christmas meal_; "food and wine", december 1994.
i spent an day looking after a family members home while workmen were there to install a new security entranceway (they are away on holiday) so to keep me busy i decided to go through their cookbooks looking for some recipes to post on 'zaar.
this recipe is based on a spicy stir-fry served hroughout the himalayas and the country of bhutan. use any type of hot chile pepper - jalapeno, thai chiles etc. i have modified the traditional recipe to be lower in sodium and fat. the red rice makes it
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