This recipe serves 8-10.
Here’s what you’ll need:
A couple T olive oil
1/2 onion, minced
4 cloves garlic, minced
3 T Curry powder
1 t cumin
1 t turmeric
8 chicken tenders
6 carrots, grated
2 C chicken stock
1/2 C soy sauce
1/4 C peanut butter
1 C sour cream or coconut oil
10 oz chow mein or rice noodles
In a skillet, pour in the olive oil, then add the minced onion and garlic.
Add the curry, cumin, and turmeric.
Stir that all together,
And add the chicken.
Over medium high heat, cook the chicken in the curry mixture, covered, for 10-15 minutes. Pull the chicken out, and leave the curry mixture in the pan.
Add the grated carrots to the pan. I’m so sorry, but these carrots look like cheese! Gross.
Add the chicken broth and soy sauce,
And the peanut butter
Cut the chicken and add it back to the sauce along with some cilantro (to taste). Combine the noodles and sauce, then serve.
Depending on how wet or dry you want your pasta, you can add more water if you want.
For as long as I can remember, our family has been trying to replicate Uno’s Numero Uno pizza. The two things that make Uno’s pizza different from other pizza (besides being deep-dish), is the use of stewed tomatoes instead of pizza sauce, and the unique crust. Uno’s crust is not like chewy pizza dough that is found in most pizzas. Theirs is soft, flaky, and a little sweet ~kind of like a biscuit dough. After many attempts to replicate that crust, the one that has turned out most like Uno’s is, in fact, made using a biscuit method; with butter cut into the flour and very little kneading.
This recipe makes two large pizzas. Time from start to finish is approximately 2-2 1/2 hours.
I’m sorry this doesn’t involve as many pictures as some of the previous recipe tutorials here! But Swiss steak is easy to make and doesn’t involve a lot of details.
Start with a package of stew meat. We got ours from Costco, and a single recipe feeds about 8 people.
Here is a recipe for pumpkin spice eggnog.
My brother said it tastes like pumpkin pie with whipped cream.
Aside from drinking it by itself, we like to put in coffee as a pumpkin spice creamer.