Posts Tagged ‘chicken’

Deep Frying Frozen Chicken Wings — The Secrets To Great Wings At Home

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

Believe it or not, a lot of food that you eat at a restaurant is actually frozen. Many items, particularly appetizers, are purchased in bulk from a restaurant supply company. When someone orders them, they’re simply throw in the fryer to give them plenty of crispiness and a fresh taste. This means that quite a lot of the time they’re simply frying frozen chicken wings.

Curry Without Coconut Milk Recipe: Cooking Without Coconut

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

When it comes to curry, you can’t go wrong with coconut milk. It’s a kitchen staple in Thai cuisine, and it’s one of the ingredients (along with coriander, fish sauce, and shrimp paste) that make Thai dishes taste distinctively. . . Thai. In other words, if you want authentic Thai curries, then coconut milk is a must. The ingredient gives curry a nice thick consistency as well as a delicate hint of sweetness that other ingredients can’t truly replicate.

Tasty Low Sodium Chicken Recipes That You Can Make For Dinner

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

There used to be a time when I used to eat rotisserie chicken for dinner on a daily basis. It wasn’t entirely my fault why I ended up that way- I was too busy working overtime and was just too tired to prepare anything for dinner at the end of the day. The rotisserie chicken stall was just a few paces away from my office, and their chicken offerings were pretty cheap. I just chopped the chicken up and eat it with rice, in sandwiches, or add it to my salads.

Chicken Fajitas Recipes – Authentic mexican flavours

Written by Sean Jewett on . Posted in food

The fajita is a gem brought to the world from Tex-Mex culture. I love fajitas because they are very quick to prepare and very quick to please.  It was originally made with skirt steak that farm hands would get as payment while driving cattle in the American Southwest. The word fajita comes from the Spanish faja, meaning belt or sash, and “ita” is a diminutive meaning little.

How to Make Chicken Noodle Soup, the Right Way

Written by Sean Jewett on . Posted in the kitchen hand

(UPDATED May 2018) – There are entirely too many kids growing up these days who think that chicken noodle soup was invented by Campbell’s. I have even heard of restaurants that serve premade chicken noodle soup out of a bag or a can.

This makes a little part of me die inside. So, to make myself feel better about this sorry state of affairs, we are going to explore this mainstay, the right way.