Curry Salted Cod Fish w/Pumkin and Okra

Curry Salted Cod Fish w/Pumkin and Okra

Depending on what part of the Caribbean this dish comes from, certain ingredients are added and subtracted. It can be placed on top of rice, risotto or eaten with some type of bread (West Indians use Hardo Bread).

Baked Midwest Sesame Chicken

Baked Midwest Sesame Chicken

A favorite of Chinese and Asian restaurants in the St. Louis area (and I am sure elsewhere), This gluten-free version is baked instead of fired to fat and its associated calories. The marinade is based on a recipe from a now long defunct privately owned restaurant, so the batter has more pronounced sesame flavor, but both the batter and the sauce have ingredients that ring more of the Midwest region of the United states, such as steak sauce, KC style BBQ sauce and liquid hickory smoke.

Happy Dogs Hot Sauce is a privately owned vendor whose owner lives just around the corner from me here in St. Louis.

I typically serve this with another original recipe, Ozark Fried Rice.

Sausage, Mushrooms and Peppers, Oh My!

Sausage, Mushrooms and Peppers, Oh My!

A fabulous quick and easy week night recipe that will please everyone in the family. Using familiar ingredients that are budget friendly this recipe will let you end the day with a comforting bowl of pasta that has a kick of flavor which will warm you like a hug.

Sweet Drop Biscuits – Keto/Low Carb

Sweet Drop Biscuits – Keto/Low Carb

Low Carb slightly sweet biscuits created to support our low carb Type 1 Diabetic lifestyle. We love these as shortcakes or served warm with butter in the morning.

Rovelli

Rovelli

Skillet steak with fresh swiss chard, Italian herbed tomato sauce and parmesan soft polenta

Chicken Kadhi with Spring Onion Rice

Chicken Kadhi with Spring Onion Rice

This Indian recipe is an outcome of failed recipe trial…
It is definitely a twist to the Indian Kadhi as it is made with chicken….the actual kadhi is always supposed to be vegetarian….
You would definitely love the simple flavors of the kadhi & it tastes heavenly when paired with spring onion rice.