It’s time to cook a whole chicken again, but there is no need to get fancy with it. Get your oven ready! For the sake of simplicity, while the chicken is baking, we’ll prepare a hot and thick buttery sauce with spinach, mint, and parsley.
Yes, we know, a lot of ingredients needed for this recipe. This is typical for some cuisines out there, but this is a small price to pay for enjoying the plethora of aromas in these dishes. Take these stir-fried Thai noodles with beef, for example. You’ll come to appreciate the ginger, coriander, garlic, soy sauce, jalapeno, and so on, all coming together in one flavorful dish.
Say “Hello!” to the chicken adobo, inspired to us by the Filipino cuisine. You can choose to marinate the chicken meat for an hour or for the whole night; it depends on how fast you want the adobo on your plate. You can also choose not to marinate it at all, but some flavor will be lost in this case. It’s up to you! And what better side dish for this piece of Asian cuisine, than cooked rice?
Cooking pasta is not just about making them ‘al dente’ or not. It’s also about how you pair them or upgrade them. In this case, we prepared a delicious red pesto from baked beetroot mixed with heavy cream and flavored with dill and lemon juice. It ended up so yummy! Serve them with some cheese (crumbled or grated, that’s your call).
Although this beef stew is quite a hearty dish, we’d say it belongs more like to the healthier side of the food spectrum. For one, it’s not so high in calories; actually it’s right under the 400 kcal per serving limit. It’s quite high in proteins and not so high in carbs, although it crosses a little the 20 unit limit. Is this a Keto stew?