I found this recipe on Food52, as I was looking for recipes that featured coriander. After hours of plundering through Indian recipes, I finally found this tomato jam. Although I made a small batch and did not actually preserve it, I found this jam to be sweet, acidic, tangy, and even rich. I used store-bought… Continue reading Coriander in Sweet and Savory Tomato Jam
This recipe is why I love blogging and the Flavor of the Month challenges.Over the last week, I searched and searched for a flavorful cilantro sauce that I could stand behind and promote. They were all too simple and lacked versatility. Then, I stumbled upon epicurious.com, and found a recipe from 1998, and it had… Continue reading Spicy Cilantro Sauce
This slaw is great by itself, or on a shrimp taco, or even on a burger. Spicy, yet sweet and even acidic from the lime, it is a winner!
I have tried many guacamole recipes. Some are too thin, some are too chunky, others are too spicy and most are way too bland. This recipe took me and my family an entire summer to perfect. It is very quick and easy to make, and you will fall in love. It even beats Chipotle.
Fresh and tasty Pico de Gallo goes great with….well anything with a tortilla, plus more. In honor of Cinco de Mayo, here is one of many recipes throughout the day that I will share! Stay tuned!
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As I close up the first “flavor of the month”, I thought I should leave a list of the best flavor pairings for basil for my Flavor Bible. So enjoy the last post for basil, and get creative in the kitchen with these flavor pairings!
As familiar as basil is, we sometimes rely on basil as just a garnish or paired with tomatoes, and that’s it. Here is 27 Ways to use Basil that are not only unique but delicious!