Cooking Method - Sauté
This is an exciting blend of fresh, light flavors that makes a great beginning-of-the-meal palate stimulator during the summer. It has beautiful color and a slight bite from the ginger. A thinly sliced lime wheel makes an excellent garnish when floated on the soup with a dollop of sour cream.
This recipe is part of a five-part series devoted to chipotles--those many varieties of smoked chiles. You can go here to start reading--and cooking with--chipotles of all kinds.
This recipes comes from Wendell Peters of Judicial Flavors.
This thick and delicious soup from North Africa should be served as a supper dish, which is when many thick, spicy soups are traditionally served. Even though 10 cloves of garlic sounds like a lot, the garlic mellows as it cooks. Serve it with crusty warm bread.
This stock is good enough to serve as a first course consommé, in addition to using it as a basis for some of the recipes that follow. Baking or caramelizing the vegetables before adding the water gives an additional richness to the stock. If you wish, adding a 1 to 2 inch piece of kombu seaweed will also add a further depth of flavor. This stock will keep for 2 days, covered, in the refrigerator. It can also be frozen; divide it into 2- or 3-cup freezer containers. Feel free to add any vegetable trimmings from the bag in your freezer, but beware of cabbage or broccoli, whose flavors tend to dominate the stock.
Read Dave DeWitt's article on Veggie Soups for Spring here.
Now that you’ve made the wasabi mayonnaise, why not make some wasabi po’boy sandwiches that’ll take your breath away? The following recipe makes four servings.
For a variation, or to make a more substantial salad course, serve the radish salad over wilted Chinese cabbage:
This low-fat, high-flavor recipe is based on one provided by the National Pork Producers Council. By using a commercial salsa, this simple-to-prepare chili can be ready to serve in about a half an hour.
Since zucchini is such a prolific producer in home gardens, we felt we had to include at least one recipe to give you a jump on the crop. We suggest serving the zucchini raw, but if you don't like it raw, steam it for a minute or two.
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