Super Food Chicken Curry | Jamie Oliver

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Video: Chocolate Mint Mini-Bites by Ree

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We found something neat to do with good food so we wanted to share it for you! Eat well!

browniebites11I posted this delightful little recipe in 2012, and I’ve made it several times since. It’s a perfect little treat for Christmastime, and because of the glaze over the top, they last several days if you keep ’em in a container!

Here’s the step-by-step post from my archives if you’d like to browse: Chocolate Mint Brownie Bites

The printable recipe is below!

And here’s the video of me making the bites on my Food Network show if you prefer to see it in action. Hope you’re all having a beautiful Christmas week!

 

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Fried Goat Cheese by Ree

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This is something cool to do with tasty food so we wanted to show it for you! Bon Appétit!

FriedGoatCheese21Once upon a time, I wanted to make fried goat cheese. I’ve made it a few times before as an appetizer, as a treat to put on salads (you heard me!), and as a tasty snack. I simply love the stuff.

And then I went to the pantry to fetch my breadcrumbs—an essential component of the crispy outer coating—and found I didn’t have any.

I cried.

And then I cried again.

And then…I glanced at another shelf in the pantry and saw a bag of pretzels. And my day got a whole lot brighter.

 
FriedGoatCheese2Throw the pretzels into the food processor…

 
 
FriedGoatCheese3And grind them up until they’re supah fine.

 
 
FriedGoatCheese4Pour the crumbs into a bowl and set ’em aside. Vow never to buy breadcrumbs again because pretzel crumbs are the cat’s meow.

 
 
FriedGoatCheese6In a separate bowl, mix a couple of eggs (also known as aigs) with a couple of tablespoons of water.

 
 
FriedGoatCheese7Then line up the pretzel crumbs and egg mixture with a bowl of all-purpose flour. This is your assembly line!

 
 
FriedGoatCheese5Now you need some goat cheese. Fortunately, I had a few packages in my fridge from when my sister Betsy visited, because she and I like to sit around and eat goat cheese together. It makes our sister bond stronger. And just a little tip: this works a little better if you throw the cheese into the freezer for about 20 minutes or so! Firms it up just enough to make slicing neater.

 
 
FriedGoatCheese8And speaking of slicing, you need to do just that! First, slice it in half…

 
 
FriedGoatCheese9Then slice each half in half to create four nice, thick slices. These result in pretty darn substantial goat cheese pieces, so if you want to go a little thinner, you can do five evenly spaced slices instead.

 
 
FriedGoatCheese10Drop a piece into the flour…

 
 
FriedGoatCheese11Turn it over to coat it…

 
 
FriedGoatCheese12Then shake off the excess and ignore whatever is going on with my hand in this highly unfortunate photo.

 
 
FriedGoatCheese13Quickly dip it in the egg mixture (you’ll need to turn it over a couple of times)…

(You can go ahead and ignore my hand in this photo as well. Thank you for your cooperation.)

 
 
FriedGoatCheese14Then drop it in the pretzel crumbs…

 
 
FriedGoatCheese15And turn it over to coat it completely!

 
 
FriedGoatCheese16Keep going until they’re all breaded.

I mean pretzeled.

 
 
FriedGoatCheese17Heat about half an inch of olive oil in a skillet over medium heat (you don’t want it too hot!) and place four of the goat cheese slices in the pan using a slotted spatula. See that gentle sizzle around each piece? That’s what you want. If it violently sizzles when you put it in the pan, it will brown too quickly!

Fry the slices on the first side for only about 45 seconds to 1 minute, until it gets light golden brown and crisp. Then use the spatula to carefully turn them to the other side, and fry for another 30 to 45 seconds (a little more if need be.)

 
 
FriedGoatCheese18Remove them to a paper towel, then fry the remaining four slices! I like to do them in small batches just to maintain control over how brown they get; if you see they’re getting brown, you can turn four a lot more quickly than you can turn eight.

It only took me 47 years to figure out these things out.

 
 
FriedGoatCheese19Serve the slices relatively soon, so the cheese is nice and warm and soft inside. I love them with a side of warmed marinara…or, of course, you can put them on top of a gorgeous arugula or spinach salad! (I have a recipe for this coming on a future Food Network episode. Great for guests. Yum!)

 
 
FriedGoatCheese21And the pretzel crust was perfect!

 
 
FriedGoatCheese22Fried Goat Cheese. I don’t know what to say, except if you haven’t ever tried it…well, you must.

Unless you hate goat cheese. And then it might not be your cup of tea.

I myself hate tea! But oh, do I love goat cheese.

 
 
FriedGoatCheese23And what’s not to love?

Here’s the handy dandy printable.

 

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How to Make a Folded Omelette | Jamie Oliver

Originally from: http://youtu.be/Ow9pGXT3KwY

Here’s something awesome to do with tasty food and we wanted to share it for you! Bon Appétit!

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Easy Creamy Potato, Leek, and Sauerkraut Soup

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Here’s something fun to do with yummy food and we wanted to give it for you! Cheers!

Easy Creamy Potato, Leek, and Sauerkraut Soup
This recipe takes ideas from traditional Polish kapusniak (sauerkraut soup) and combines them with the creamy texture of potato-leek soup for a bowl that’s satisfyingly rich and filling, but with a tangy, bright flavor.
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How To Carve A Turkey | Jamie Oliver

Originally from: http://youtu.be/-8abWfjWek4

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Rich and Flavorful Guinness Beef Stew With Potatoes

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Here’s something awesome to do with delicious food so we wanted to share it for you! Eat well!

Rich and Flavorful Guinness Beef Stew With Potatoes
Irish beef stew made with Guinness is a pub classic, but the truth is that Guinness loses a lot of its already-mild roasted flavor during the time it takes to cook a stew. This version fixes that by reinforcing the beer’s flavors.
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Citrus Week – 12 Savoury Citrus Dish Recipes

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Here’s something cool to do with good food and we wanted to share it for you! Bon Appétit!

Brighten up winter doldrums with some colourful, sparkling citrus! We’re celebrating citrus week here on FBC with great citrus recipes all week from FBC members across the Canada.  Whether you’re looking for lemon recipes, lime recipes, orange recipes or something more exotic like grapefruit or clementines, we’ll have something for you. Today, we start off with some great dinner and side dish ideas with these 12 savoury citrus recipes!


Savoury Citrus Dishes – Brighten Up Winter Dinners

By Food Bloggers of Canada

Orange Ginger Tofu (Vegetarian)

By Food Bloggers of Canada

Orange Ginger Tofu (Vegetarian) from Samantha at[ It Doesn't Taste Like Chicken.](http://itdoesnttastelikechicken.com/2015/10/30/orange-ginger-tofu/)

Tequila Lime Prawns with Southwest Salad

By Food Bloggers of Canada

Tequila Lime Prawns with Southwest Salad from Natalie at [Kitchen, Uncorked](https://njbrowne.wordpress.com/2015/01/16/tequila-lime-prawns-with-southwest-salad/).

Citrus Roasted Parsnips, Fennel and Carrots

By Food Bloggers of Canada

Citrus Roasted Parsnips, Fennel and Carrots from Melissa at [UpBeet](http://www.upbeet.ca/2014/05/04/citrus-roasted-parsnips-fennel-carrots/)

Avocado Grapefruit Pistachio Salad

By Food Bloggers of Canada

Avocado Grapefruit Pistachio Salad from Sarah at [My Nana's Kitchen](http://mynanaskitchen.ca/2015/08/25/avocado-grapefruit-pistachio-salad/).

Roasted Beet Salad with Goat Cheese & Orange Vinaigrette

By Food Bloggers of Canada

Roasted Beet Salad with Goat Cheese & Orange Vinaigrette from Chrissie at [The Busy Baker](http://www.thebusybaker.ca/2015/05/roasted-beet-salad-with-goat-cheese-and.html)

Winter Salad With Sage Vinaigrette

By Food Bloggers of Canada

Winter Salad With Sage Vinaigrette from Lorena at [Green Healthy Cooking](http://greenhealthycooking.com/winter-salad-with-sage-vinaigrette/).

Spicy Citrus Salad With Pistachios

By Food Bloggers of Canada

Spicy Citrus Salad With Pistachios from Ksenia at [At The Immigrant's Table](http://immigrantstable.com/2015/02/25/spicy-citrus-salad-pistachios-dish-distills-pardes/#.VpHV2TbhPww).

Cilantro Lime Fish Tacos with Lime Cabbage Slaw

By Food Bloggers of Canada

Cilantro Lime Fish Tacos with Lime Cabbage Slaw from Trudy at [Eat, Live and Play](http://eatliveandplay.com/2015/12/cilantro-lime-fish-tacos-with-lime-cabbage-slaw/).

Creamy Lemon Chicken One Pan Pasta

By Food Bloggers of Canada

Creamy Lemon Chicken One Pan Pasta from Kelly at [Life Made Sweeter](http://lifemadesweeter.com/2015/06/creamy-lemon-chicken-one-pan-pasta/).

Refreshing Italian Fennel Citrus Salad

By Food Bloggers of Canada

Italian Fennel Citrus Salad from Maria at [She Loves Biscotti](http://www.shelovesbiscotti.com/refreshing-italian-fennel-citrus-salad/).

Orange Chicken with Orange Bell Pepper Rice

By Food Bloggers of Canada

Orange Chicken with Orange Bell Pepper Rice from Swati at Moksha Food

Citrus Beet Salad

By Food Bloggers of Canada

Citrus Beet Salad from Akheela at [Create With Mom](http://www.createwithmom.com/2015/12/eating-balanced-meals-can-help-maintain.html).

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Slow Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup by Ree

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DSC_3011My sister Betsy is visiting, which means my sides hurt from laughing and I haven’t stopped cooking for three days. Bets and I love to cook and eat together, and you never know what direction we’re going to head. Some visits we do nothing but bake cookies. Other visits we cook up weird stir fry dishes and appetizers. Other visits we try to master bread.

This visit has been all about the slow cooker. I have to point out that Bets and I did not grow up in a slow cooker house. Our mom was a great cook and made hearty, homey food, but she just didn’t routinely use a slow cooker. So it’s fun to figure out these things together!

Here’s a soup we made Saturday. It’s my favorite kind of slow cooker recipe in that it requires no pre-cooking or sauteing or browning. You literally throw everything in, turn it on, then go live your life until it’s done.

 
DSC_2880Dice an onion. Alternately, have your kid sister dice an onion.

 
 
DSC_2882While your at it, dice—or have your kid sister dice—a red bell pepper…

 
 
DSC_2883And a yellow one, too!

 
 
DSC_2884Now, for the chicken: Throw chicken breasts right into the slowcooker. (We used four, but I adjusted the recipe amount to three. That would be plenty!)

 
 
DSC_2886Season the chicken with whatever you’d like: I sprinkled on chili powder…

 
 
DSC_2888Cumin, salt, and pepper.

(Pssst. You can also sprinkle on a packet of taco seasoning if you wanna be particularly sassy.)

 
 
DSC_2889Then everything else goes on! Onions…

 
 
DSC_2891Red bell pepper…

 
 
DSC_2893Yellow bell pepper…

 
 
DSC_2898A big can o’ tomatoes…(I only had whole, but diced would be even better.)

 
 
DSC_2899And a can of Rotel! It adds zip and zest and zeal.

Zeal? Never mind.

 
 
DSC_2902To add a little more liquid to the mix, pour in chicken broth…

 
 
DSC_2903Then add a chipotle (or two or three, depending on how tough you are) for heat.

 
 
DSC_2908Next, rinse a can of black beans and add them in. You can use pinto if you have ’em—even kidney beans would be fine!

 
 
DSC_2914Then add salt and pepper, a little tomato paste, and give it all a stir.

 
 
DSC_2913Lid goes on, and set it on high for 4 to 5 hours!

 
 
DSC_2983This is 5 hours later. I stirred it once or twice during the cooking just for kicks, but you don’t have to.

 
 
DSC_2984Stick two forks in and shred the chicken as much as you want. We shredded ours pretty fine (and it fell apart very easily) but you can just break it apart if you prefer the chicken to be in larger chunks.

 
 
DSC_2988Before you serve it up, a little lime is nice! Pardon the not-good quality of this photo. It was getting dark and it was cloudy and my camera was tired.

 
 
DSC_2989Zee finished soup!

 
 
DSC_2992Smelled divine and looked divine—we were ready to dig in.

 
 
DSC_2994But of course…tortilla soup needs fixins! Sour cream (yum)…

 
 
DSC_2995Avocado (yum)…

 
 
DSC_2997Grated cheese (always yum)…

 
 
DSC_2998Cilantro leaves (don’t leave these out; they make the whole soup!)…

 
 
DSC_2999And finally, crushed up tortilla chips. Normally, tortilla soup would have strips of corn tortilla, but the chips give it the same corn flavor and they’re fun.

 
 
DSC_3004Dinner is served!

You will love this, friends!

Here’s the handy dandy printable.

 

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