Make this Ribeye Sukiyaki for your next meal. I promise, it’s really good! Ribeye Sukiyaki Source: Lo Huynh (4 servings) Ingredients: 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 lb. ribeye beef, thinly sliced 1.32 ounces bean thread noodles 8 each shitake mushrooms, stems removed 2 stalks scallions, cut into 2″ pieces 8
The husband has been under the weather, so instead of making him chicken noodle soup, I decided to make him this instead. Feel free to use homemade chicken stock if you have some lying around, low sodium canned chicken broth, or if you want a more beef flavor, low sodium
The next time you want to serve tacos, make your own salsa! I promise it’ll taste better than the store bought stuff and it’s really easy to make! This salsa only uses 4 main ingredients. Roast the ingredients. Pulverize the ingredients in a food processor. Roasted Salsa Roja Source:
Sometimes I’m super lazy and do the unthinkable…make something NOT completely from scratch. I know…it’s embarrassing. Like, how could I? It’s like why did I even bother attending culinary school if I am NOT cooking everything from scratch? I wish I could say it was because I was busy running
There’s nothing to say much about this dish except that it’s crazy delicious. I highly recommend trying this out! And like all crock pot cookery, it’s always nice to come home to a home cooked meal just waiting for you. Make the California Anaheim Chile sauce first. Season the pork
Whenever I have some time, I like to make my own chicken stock. It obviously tastes so much better than the canned stuff and I like knowing exactly what goes into my broth. I like to add sugar when I make my stock but feel free to leave it out.
Since it’s been pretty cold, I decided to cook up some chicken pho. I hope you enjoy this recipe! * makes 6 servings Broth: 1 each yellow onion 1 3-inch piece fresh ginger 1 5 lbs. chicken 1 each cinnamon stick 4 whole cloves 2 whole star anise 2 tablespoon