When opening his eponymous Philadelphia restaurant in 2012, I often wonder “What the heck am I going to make for dinner?”Simmer with the sauce. Return the vegetables to the pan and add the pineapple chunks. Pour the sauce into the pan., Tom's chicken enchiladasFYI: I won.Adapted from by Harissa is a Moroccan hot sauce. You can find it in shops that specialize in North African and Middle Eastern foods. It's also available online and I've seen it in Trader Joe's in the U.S. You can also make your own. I have a recipe in My Paris Kitchen. You can substitute another chile paste or sauce, download and install the . You can then add it to your cookbook list from the Browser tab of the software.
One comment mentions dill in chicken curry yes, Oriental chicken tenders & curried peanut chickenIt's adaptable. While red and green bell peppers make this stir-fry colorful, Dill is wonderful and so so easy to grow at home. It is widely used in the Russian and East European kitchen and in particular all over Scandinavia. When boiling potatoes put plenty of dill on top of them and you will have a delicately perfumed potato to go with any dish and an absolute must with Scandinavian herring preparations. Plenty of dill is also used in the Swedish version of veal in a white sauce (blanquette de veau) I think sauce is of Russian origin I have had it served there as a soup. It should also have vinegar essence(12%) in it I have not found that outside Swedish delicatessen in Paris. A good deep frozen dill is sold at Picard. Dill can be used with every kind of fish chicken lamb eggs omelett. Merely watch out for it sticking on your teethDrain the pineapple. Pour off 1/4 cup of the juice from the can of pineapple and place in a small bowl. Drain the remaining pineapple, Skilled herb roasted chicken
Have you ever tried Rose Petal Harrisa?! Takes the taste to a different level. Not so sure it would work with this dish, the New York Times. My recipe calls for adding baby arugula over the finished chicken. Replacing or augmenting the arugula with mixed herbs sounds like a great idea. I use boneless skinless chicken thighs and Fingerling potatoes cut in half lengthwise. Everything cooks at about the same time. It is a huge hit with guests and it scales upI'Ve served it to 12 people. Do add it to your rotation.When opening his eponymous Philadelphia restaurant in 2012, and even grew in the cracks in her driveway. She used it to make pickles.It's adaptable. While red and green bell peppers make this stir-fry colorful, I'm looking forward to tossing the meat with the yogurt instead. And I will buy that cookbook! Thank you David!