really an effective spice blend...i got it in one of maharishi ayurveda newsletters and thought of sharing here !hope this will help you melt your blues away.. :-))
living in kansas city, we have a wide range of bbq joints to choose from, but our favorite has always been oklahoma joe's in the heart of kc! this is a mixture of flavors - sweet, peppery and spicy. you'll love it!
this is armenian cured spiced beef. it is a wonderful, spicy beef jerky. serve with pita bread and armenian string cheese. heaven. you must serve this very thinly sliced as humanly possible. it is a rare delicacy.
this is a quick, from scratch garlic butter, to impress whomever you're cooking for. its made with ingredients you probably have on hand, and stores in the refrigerator for up to a month. tasty for garlic bread!
this spice mix from michael chiarello and napastyle goes well in many different dishes. it and his fennel spice are mixes well-worth keeping a steady supply of!
to keep fresh garlic on hand, you can store it submerged in olive (or vegetable) oil. another perk for storing garlic this way is that you can also use the garlic flavored oil for cooking. just remember to replenish the oil to keep your cloves submerged.
found a recipe on the internet and adjusted to fit my gf/cf/soyfree/low sugar diet
do not limit the use of the chermoula to just this dish; also use it with chicken or pork this can also be cooked on the barbeque. harissa is a moroccan spice paste and you can probably find it in the asian supermarkets cooking time does not include marin
this is what i use for my no salt cooking. it is just a basic taco mix for 1lb ground beef. enjoy!
nice to gift wrap and put into a fruit basket. this takes 1-4 weeks to infuse flavors. can be doubled.
i'm submitting this in response to a request. i haven't tried it.
this is another hararat recipe. i found this online as well (http://morselsandmusings.blogspot.com/2008/03/sharba-libiya.html - this website has a lovely looking soup recipe accompanying the spice blend). this one is easier to make than version 1, because
ask your butcher to shape the crown roast and tie it with string. wrap foil around the tops of the cutlet bones to prevent them from burning. any excess stuffing can be moistened with a little apple juice, rolled in greased foil and baked with the lamb. c
a great alternative to powdered sugar for frosting, baking, etc.
a wonderful grilled/bbq'd treat as well! so delicious.
great condiment to keep in your refrigerator for whenever you get the urge for indian food. will keep indefinitely if put up properly. great for pork or chicken. use 1 tablespoon for each 1 1/2 pounds of meat.
i made this for xmas gifts last year and everyone raved about this soup. while similar to other recipes it has additional ingredients in the mix and in the preparation. i had space left in the jars i was using so i added baggies with goldfish crackers and
great on strip steak, skirt steak, flank steak or my favorite rib-eye. also good on lamb chops, leg of lamb, chicken or pork chops.
from the heart healthy cookbook published by barnes and noble
not sure were the name came from. probably because of the peas. my girlfriend used to make this & i loved it. maybe you will! it's quick & easy.
several years ago i purchased more make a mix cookery. over the years it has been a lifesaver. this mix can be used whenever the recipe calls for dry onion soup mix.
as taken from alaska "sourdough" cookin', copyright 1976, baxter lane company
this is handy when you have forgotten to buy baking powder.
http://www.examiner.com recipe by cooking examiner kristin king. "this homemade seasoning blend combines salty, sweet, smoky and spicy flavors - no ketchup necessary. whether one is making homemade french fries or using frozen, this seasoning blend
this is pretty and taste good to.great for holiday giving!a good way to start christmas morning or when you come in from shoveling the snow. make it and bring it to a football game,a parade or camping!
source: shadows. this rub combines everything you need for a delicious turkey. remember when rubbing poultry you want to get it under the skin. skin blocks flavor, and while you might get some tasty skin it won't help the meat any.
i got this from secrets from a caterer's kitchen by nicole aloni.
the secret is the coffee!!! this is a variation of a steak rub from a morning news show (dont remember which one), only they made the montreal steak seasoning from scratch....i say forget that...this was a big hit & so much easier!!! too much pepper? add
here is a gift idea to keep in mind
i adopted this recipe from the recipezaar account in 2005 and when i tried it, i agreed with the reviewer that the recipe was too salty as posted; therefore i decreased the salt from 3 tablespoons to 1 tablespoon. add more if desired or leave it out entir
this is a classic. good all around seasoning!
these make a thoughtful gift to place in gift baskets to friends or relatives. also nice to have for yourself.
this is the closest substitute for bisquick and can be used even as a cake mix. for bisquick recipes go to www.bisquick.com. double the recipe for larger family.
i like to make this dry mix to keep on hand in my pantry. it makes whipping up a fresh batch of ranch dressing quick and easy -- just add the mayo and buttermilk. this is an adaptation of recipe #47249
the batter stays on the veggies and cheese. i got this recipe from a friend that does veggies at the local fairs.
in this recipe the noodles cook in the same pot as the sauce, making it easy and quick.
with the minced garlic i think i'd store this in the refrigerator.
arabic 7 spice (bokharat) is mixture of spices you can buy ready at any middle eastern grocery. if you don't have one where you live, you can make using the following.
stefan and emily used to make this stuff when her herb garden was overly productive. the last batch i made was with a blend of thyme, summer savoury, basil, oregano and a bay leaf.
dry vegetable broth mix used to be hard to find. while it's pretty common now, thought i'd post this recipe since i just submitted another that called for it. easy to stir together with spices you are likely to have on hand. from lean and luscious and mea
this recipe is from the chicago diner cook book. it's easy, tastes great and the mix makes up to 3 cups at least, so it lasts a long time. i love using this with their tofu loaf recipe as well as a brown sauce in asian dishes, like tofu yung or my peppe
this is my take on the neely's delicious bbq seasoning! from down home with the neely's cookbook. the original recipe calls for white sugar, i added the optional garlic powder and black pepper.
out of pumpkin pie spice and only need a little to get you through until you buy more? from hamilton beach web site a few years back.
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