This is one of my favorite comfort foods, and I will eat it warm, cold, or right out of the pot with a spoon. All spices can be ordered from World Spice Market. Dal Makhani (Kali Maa di Dal) Serves:6 Prep Time:PT0H15M 0H 15M Cook Time:PT0H30M 0H 30M Total:PT0H45M 0H 45M Ingredients […]
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Ain’t no party like a pressure cooker party! #pressurecooker #instantpot #Fagor A post shared by Lesa Sullivan-Abajian (@lesacooks) on Oct 7, 2017 at 10:13am PDT General guidelines for SPC and IP: Read the manual. Read the manual. Read the manual. Every pressure cooker has its own special features, so get familiar with the ins […]
I love making meat jello… I mean, super gelatinous stock. It’s the bomb. It’s also fairly easy with good ingredients and a pressure cooker. I could write down all my notes and try to remember how I do it, or I can send you to the best website for step by step instructions, called ChefSteps. […]
I literally prayed to my saints that morning, St. Lawrence (the actual patron saint of chefs) and St. Julia (Child, because of course); this is a rare thing for me to do as a lazy Unitarian, but I needed all the strength I could muster.
2-4 teaspoons grated fresh ginger 1-2 garlic cloves 1 tablespoon white miso 1 cup salted, roasted almonds 1 tablespoon tamari sauce Juice and zest of half a lemon Pinch of salt, optional Enough water to blend (I start with half a cup and add about half a cup more as the motor is running, […]
However, all is not lost, as I get to show you the nifty thing I do all the time with extra tomatoes that are just on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
These recipes are bonus recipes for my newest PCC Cooks Class, Mediterranean Vacation. There are a couple seats left here and there, check it out soon before they’re gone!
Fried Polenta with Garlic Sauce and Chimichurri… snack time!! A post shared by Lesa Sullivan-Abajian (@lesacooks) on Jun 8, 2017 at 1:46pm PDT For the polenta crisps: 1 cup dried polenta 4 cups salted water or stock 1 tablespoon freshly chopped herbs, or 1 teaspoon dried Rice bran or other high heat oil, about 2 […]
This is an efficient way to make the most of any scraps left over from breaking down your whole chicken.