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Smothered Honey Mustard Chicken


In Dianes Kitchen

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This is definitely one of the best chicken breast recipes I have ever made! Smothered with bacon, mushrooms and the homemade honey mustard made this dish fabulous! The chicken was easy to prepare and turned out so moist! My husband must have told me five times how good it was as he was eating it, so it looks like I’ll be making this again!

Click on the link below for step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card.

http://indianeskitchen.com/2017/11/28/smothered-honey-mustard-chicken

 

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GEMÜSEPOLENTA MIT CHICORÉE


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Zutaten fĂĽr 2 Personen:

 

500 ml GemĂĽsebrĂĽhe

1/2 TL Kurkuma

1/2 TL Muskatnuss, frisch gerieben

90 g Polenta (MaisgrieĂź)

Kräutersalz

1 EL frischer Thymian

2 Stück Chicorée

6 EL Olivenöl

2 EL Tamarisauce oder Balsamicoessig

50 g Pilze nach Wahl

150 g WurzelgemĂĽse, in StĂĽcke geschnitten

50 g Chinakohl oder Pak Choi

1 EL Petersilie, gehackt

 

Zubereitung:

Gemüsebrühe mit Kurkuma und Muskatnuss auskochen lassen, die Polenta einrühren und ca. 3 Minuten bei geschlossenem Deckel köcheln lassen. 1 TL Kräutersalz und Thymian unterrühren. Nachdampfen lassen. 

Chicorée längs halbieren, in 2 EL heißem Olivenöl scharf anbraten und bei geschlossenem Deckel ca. 3 Minuten weich dünsten. Mit 1 EL Tamarisauce marinieren.

Pilze in heißem Olivenöl kurz anbraten, das Wurzelgemüse dazugeben und bei geschlossenem Deckel kurz knackig weich dünsten. Vor Ende der Garzeit Chinakohl oder Pak Choi dazugeben und mit 1 EL Tamarisauce marinieren. Chicorée dazugeben und das Gemüse nachziehen lassen…

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Balasn statt Krapfen


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Zu Ende des Faschings haben viele schon genug von Krapfen, egal mit welcher Füllung. Da bietet sich eine regionale, burgenländische Spezialität an. Die Balasn, Germgebäck mit Apfelfülle, sind auch eine typische Wintermehlspeise.

Ă„pfel sind nach wie vor das beliebteste Obst der Ă–sterreicherinnen und Ă–sterreicher. Das liegt wohl an der Vielfalt dieser Obstsorte und auch daran, dass Ă„pfel nicht nur gut schmecken und gesund sind, sondern sich auch vielseitig verarbeiten lassen.

Seewinkler Spezialität

In Illmitz und Apetlon gibt es ein Mehlspeisrezept, das von Generation zu Generation weitergegeben wird. Es ist eine Art Apfeltasche, die schwimmend in Fett herausgebacken wird. Die Balasn werden traditionellerweise im Winter gebacken, zu Weihnachten, aber auch in den Wochen und Monaten danach, solange es Lageräpfel gibt.

Der Apfel gilt als das beliebteste Obst Ă–sterreichs

Hermi Zsoldos aus Apetlon verrät uns ihr Hausrezept: „Ich habe die Balasn von meiner Schwiegermutter gelernt, bei uns isst sie jeder gern. Wenn…

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Featured Blogger Report: Perhaps one of our all-time favorite vegetable side dishes, this tender broccolini comes out of the oven delightfully crispy. Made with little more than a splash of olive oil, soy sauce, and a sprinkle of flake salt to finish it off, this oven-roasted broccolini makes a great side dish for steak, chicken, or whatever else is on your plate! Love and Olive Oil #AceFoodDesk reports


As far as perfect side dishes go, this one checks all the boxes: easy, delicious, crispy and salty—not to mention ready to eat in 15 minutes!

Perhaps one of our all-time favorite vegetable side dishes, this tender broccolini comes out of the oven delightfully crispy. Made with little more than a splash of olive oil, soy sauce, and a sprinkle of flake salt to finish it off, this oven-roasted broccolini makes a great side dish for steak, chicken, or whatever else is on your plate!

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One of our favorite side dishes is simple vegetables roasted with a splash of olive oil and a sprinkle of sea salt. And one of our favorite vegetables to roast in this manner is broccolini.

I mean, it’s almost a non-recipe it’s so easy. That said, some of my previous non-recipes have turned out to be my most popular, so I figure if it’s worth eating, it’s worth sharing here. Maybe you never thought to roast broccolini, or maybe you’ve never even heard of broccolini before. In that respect, this post is a success if only for expanding your culinary horizons.

We often just toss our broccolini with a bit of olive oil, but here I’ve added a splash of soy sauce too for a bit of salt and umami.

Speaking of salt… if you want crispier bits, don’t salt your broccolini before cooking it. The salt will draw water out of the stalk, and any residual water will prevent the broccolini from achieving divine crispiness.

I like to salt my broccolini with coarse flake salt as soon as it comes out of the oven. The slight crunch of the salt a perfect compliment to the crunchy brown bits.

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National Pie Week: Pie-Off in Special Collections


Echoes from the Vault

A woman rolls out pastry using a rolling pin, 1987-1988 by Franki Raffles

Until Maia moved to Scotland, she had never known that macaroni cheese and pastry went together. Now, Maia knows that you can put anything in a pie if you live here. However, this is not a new phenomenon, the idea of a handy pastry crust wrapping and protecting your lunch before the invention of Tupperware and clingfilm is an ancient one, and so is the mac’n’pastry combo. There really is nothing new under the sun. So, this week we are celebrating this portable food in National Pie Week by re-creating some historic pies, tarts and pasties from our collections.

The final pies made by staff in Special Collections

Two of our chosen pies, a venison and mutton pie and a macaroni pudding (pie), came from the Edwards family cook book (ms38783). This was a real…

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