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Glazed Red Pepper-Fennel Almonds

Glazed Red Pepper-Fennel Almonds



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Ingredients

  • Nonstick vegetable oil spray
  • 1 teaspoon dried crushed red pepper

Recipe Preparation

  • Preheat oven to 325°F. Line heavy baking sheet with foil; spray with nonstick spray. Combine sugar, fennel seeds, crushed red pepper, and salt in medium bowl. Mix in almonds and 1 tablespoon water. Spread mixture on prepared baking sheet in single layer. Bake until sugar melts and almonds are deep golden brown and glazed, stirring often, about 22 minutes. Separate almonds with fork; cool completely on sheet. DO AHEAD Can be prepared 1 week ahead. Store in plastic bag. Transfer almonds to bowl and serve.

Recipe by Jeanne Thiel Kelley,Reviews Section

Roasted Fennel with Red Pepper-Horseradish Sauce

Roasted fennel wedges gussied up with a super-simple roasted red pepper-horseradish sauce: A crunchy, bright, and hearty veggie dish that just earned its spot in your weekly meal rotation.If you’re not yet a fan of this licorice-flavored member of the parsley family, this recipe is about to change your mind. Not only does fennel pack a serious flavor punch, but it’s rich in nutrients like fiber, folate, potassium, and vitamin C.

Roasting brings out fennel’s sweet side and mellows its licorice notes, while transforming the texture from crunchy to meltingly tender. Just be sure to peel away the outermost layer from the fennel bulb it’s tough and fibrous and not conducive to the stellar side dish you’re about to prepare. Now let’s talk sauce. QUICK, EASY, FAIL-PROOF SAUCE.

What’s the secret? Jarred roasted red peppers. These are one of my pantry staples and clutch for building flavorful sauces with minimal effort. Doctor them up with fresh lemon juice, a dash of horseradish for some low-grade heat (game-changer), garlic, and olive oil and you have a flavorful sauce that’s great for spooning over just about any roasted veggie or protein. If you’re not a fan of the taste of horseradish, though it’s quite subtle here, you could swap it out for a pinch of crushed red pepper flakes. However if you do enjoy the taste, this recipe leaves plenty of room to increase the amount based on your heat preference.

Pair this simple, beautiful side with baked fish or roasted chicken and you’re set for both low-key weeknights or weekend entertaining.


Glazed Red Pepper-Fennel Almonds - Recipes

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Go up, up and away with grape soda floats, aka purple cows, in honor of the animated family adventure. The fizzy drink pays tribute to the grape soda cap pin elderly widower Carl Fredricksen gives to his overeager travel companion Russell, and a stop the two make at a neighborhood creamery. Who could resist an ice cream float in tribute to a movie about a floating house?

All you need is grape soda and vanilla ice cream. Fill a tall glass about two-thirds with soda. Add a scoop or two of vanilla ice cream. Top with more soda, if desired, and serve with a straw. Slurp away.

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Bean and Pork Chili in the Slow Cooker

I love my Crock-Pot. We got it for our wedding almost ten years ago and it practically lives on the counter during winter months. Great Aunt Sadie gave it to us. Thank you again, Aunt Sadie!

One day I’ll have to replace it, which makes me feel a little sad. It also makes me feel like I used it properly, which means that I used it a lot. I also don’t think that the Crock-Pot is an example of planned obsolesence, like much of the technology today–if you can call an electric pot “technology.”

I remember my mom using her Crock-Pot a lot, but hers did not have a removable stoneware part, and it was awkward to wash. (Actually, I remember hating to wash it!) But now, most (if not all) slow cookers come with a stoneware center that can easily be removed for washing. Kudos to the guy or gal who invented this!

Anyway, today’s recipe is easy and good. I made it this past weekend for my parents. You’ll see several variations in it–one for folks who may have put up some food, another for folks who need to make a trip to the grocery store. Do whatever works for you.

Bean and Pork Chili in the Slow Cooker

1 1/2 lbs. lean boneless pork chops, cut into bite-sized pieces

1 large red or white onion, chopped

1 small jalapeno, seeded and minced. (If you like spicy food, leave the seeds in. You can also substitute frozen hot pepper, if you froze some during the summer. Or, throw in a dried hot pepper if you’re willing to take a risk.)

1 29-oz. can diced tomatoes with green pepper, celery and onion, undrained plus 1 can can tomato puree OR 1 quart home-canned tomatoes plus 1/4 C. diced celery and 1/4 C. diced green pepper

1 48-oz. jar of mixed beans OR 2 C. dried mixed beans (If you use dried beans, you need to start the chili the night before you plan on serving it.)

1 T. chili powder (See the link to make your own chili powder!)

If you are using dried beans, measure them into the slow cooker the night before you plan to serve the chili. Cover with 4 cups of water, cover, and cook on low overnight. The next morning, add all the ingredients and cook for 6-8 hours, making sure the pork is cooked thoroughly before serving. If you used canned beans, just put everything in the slow cooker in the morning and cook all day.

This chili is good with cornbread, grated cheese, and yogurt (or sour cream, if you must.)

Serves 8 or serves 4 twice, or serves 2 four times. You know what I mean.


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1. Glazed Red Pepper-Fennel Almonds and Spicy Cumin Cheese Straws. The perfect spicy and savory treats for snacking, cocktails, or anytime—and they can be stored at room temperature.

*Almonds note: Double the recipe and make sure to foil your baking sheet when baking the almonds or else you will be very, very sorry. It bakes into a sticky mess that hardens when cool. When cool, break apart the nuts before placing into a gift container.


Mango-Glazed Chicken

Ingredients:
3 boneless, skinless Chicken Breasts, butterfly cut
1 Tbsp Crushed Red Pepper
1 tsp Salt
1 tsp Onion powder
1 tsp Garlic powder
1 tsp Black Pepper
1 tsp ground Coriander
2 tsp fresh Ginger, minced
1 Mango, diced
1 Tbsp Honey
2 Tbsp Butter
1/4 cup Mango Puree
1 tsp Allspice
1 tsp Olive Oil
2 Tbsp Scallion, diced

  • Preheat Oven to 350°F.
  • Place the Chicken cutlets on a lightly greased cookie sheet, and dust with the Crushed Red Pepper, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Black Pepper, Coriander, and Salt. Drizzle with Olive Oil
  • Place in the oven for 15 minutes, turning after 7 minutes.
  • While the Chicken is cooking, in a non-stick sauce pan, add the Mango, Ginger, Honey, Mango Puree, Allspice and Butter. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly, and let it reduce to a jelly consistency, about 7 minutes.
  • After the Chicken has cooked for 15 minutes, remove, and cover with the Mango glaze.
  • Return the Chicken to the Oven and increase to 400°F and cook for another 5 minutes.
  • Plate and garnish with the Scallion.

NOTES: My Michael loves Chicken, so I am always trying to get some new ideas on what to do with Chicken. This one came to me this afternoon, and he loved it! Thus, I thought I’d share it with everyone else.


Figs(अंजीर)

Hindi Name: अंजीर

A fruit that is used fresh, canned or dried. It is often used in desserts and baked foods. Figs are native to the Middle East and commonly cultivated in the Mediterranean region, Spain and the USA. They are available round the year though they are best from May to November. The fruit comes with a sweet, honeyed taste and a soft texture.

In the USA, there are many varieties of figs like Brown Turkey figs, Celeste figs, Calimyrna, Mission figs and Kadota figs. In India, a variety called the poona fig is very common. Though used mostly in the dried form, this fruit can be enjoyed in its fresh as well. We commonly find them in desserts and baked foods. Mashed figs are often used as a spread on bread and pancakes. It is also used as pizza toppings and in salads.

1. Figs are rich in antioxidants that help in cleaning free radicals from the blood stream and hence protecting against cardiovascular diseases, immune dysfunction and Alzheimer's.

2. Figs are a good source of potassium and help control blood pressure.

3. They reduce the amount of necessary insulin and are, therefore, good for patients with diabetes.

4. Figs are rich in calcium, they help strengthen bones and also protect against osteoporosis.

5. It is used as a medicine against arthritis, stomach upset and headache.

Bodhi tree, the tree under which Buddha achieved enlightenment was an old sacred fig tree.


Glazed Red Pepper-Fennel Almonds - Recipes

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Step 2: Make the cure: Combine the salt and brown sugar in a mixing bowl and mix with your fingers.

Spread 1/3 of the cure over the bottom of a glass baking dish just large enough to hold the fish. Lay the salmon fillets on top of the cure. (The cure should extend 1/2 inch beyond the edges of the fish on each side.) Spread the remaining cure on top so it covers the fish completely.

Step 3: Cover the dish with plastic wrap and cure the fish in the coolest part of your refrigerator for 24 to 48 hours.

Step 4: Gently rinse the cure off the salmon under cold running water. Place the salmon in a large bowl with cold water to cover by 3 inches. Soak for 30 minutes, then drain well in a colander.

Step 5: Blot the salmon dry on both sides with paper towels. Arrange it skin side down on a wire rack over a sheet pan. Let the salmon dry, uncovered, in the refrigerator until it feels tacky, about 4 hours.

Step 6: Set up your smoker for cold smoking following the manufacturer’s instructions. Ideally, you’ll be using a smoke generator, like the Smoke Daddy or Smoke Chief, to generate the smoke.

Step 7: If you’re smoking the salmon on a warm day (temperature above 70 degrees), arrange the fish on a wire rack over a roasting pan filled with ice. (The fish should be at least 1 inch above the ice.)

Step 8: Cold smoke the salmon until the exterior is bronzed with smoke and the salmon feels semi-firm and leathery, 12 hours or more. How will you know it’s ready? Cut a slice from next to the skin at the fat end.

Step 9: Wrap the salmon in uncoated butcher paper and let it rest in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours before serving or as long as overnight.

Step 10: To serve, using a long, slender and very sharp knife held sharply on the diagonal to the fish, cut the salmon into paper-thin slices.


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