This is a dish full of wild and distinct flavors and a delightful chewiness thanks to the earthiness of both the black walnuts and wild rice.
There’s more than one way to cook fresh, Ohio sweet corn but the first rule is cook it the day it’s picked when it is at its best in terms of flavor and texture. Steaming, boiling or microwaving are easy ways to finish tender ears to perfection, but if the grill is heated up, consider tossing the ears on the fire and enjoying the smoky flavor that this method delivers. Make a few ears or a bunch for a crowd.
This butter accompanies the Grilled Rib Eye Steak recipe.
Just three ingredients!
Be sure to wear gloves when seeding the jalapeno peppers.
A six-ingredient sauce.
Yogurt is the key to this smooth and silky dough that yields bread with a delightfully tender crumb. Even those new to bread making will enjoy delicious results with this easy recipe.
Yogurt is a natural tenderizer for all kinds of meats: lamb, chicken, pork and beef and is used frequently in Indian cuisine. Garam masala is a blend of warm, not hot, Indian spices that can be purchased in the spice aisle or blended at home…a combination of ingredients not to be missed.
The addition of cooked cubed chicken would turn this into a good main dish.
Enjoy a buttery Ritz cracker crust with this pie.