What did you have for dinner? - Page 181
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Tonight we honored "Big Boy" one of our roosters I butchered this summer. I sectioned it then marinated in buttermilk, Greek yogurt, hot sauce and pepper. Then I coated it in home made bread crumbs, let rest on a rack then baked it at 450 for 10 min. then 350 till done. Freaking awesome tasting chicken with more crunch than fried.
Dinner at my house tonight is Breakfast. French Toast Ala Momma Dolin.
This is comfort food so not thinking Cals. Bread in egg wash. Eggs, Cinnamon,Lite Brown Sugar, Vanilla Extract, 1/2 & 1/2 Creamer. Smart Balance & a splash of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. American Cheese. Snickers Strawberry Jam.
Good fresh pot of coffee.
Mix ingredients in mixing bowl, then run bread through eggs.
Cooked in a skillet until browned. Added cheese and let melt. Take out add jam if you prefer. Bam!!! You have a good tasting Breakfast, Brunch or dinner. Pour a cup of coffee and enjoy😉😊😋. ☕️🍴🍞.
This was one of the breakfasts my Mom would make on the weekends.
Pasta arruscata is a classic in some napoliteans homes. Made usually with leftover penne al ragú, you just drizzle some olive oil in a hot pan and fry the pasta both sides until it gets a nice crust all around. Then serve with parmesan and raw olive oil on top.
The method is not so different from guotie (also jiaozi and gyozas in Japan), where you steam the dumplings and end forming a delicious fried crust on the bottom.
I must say it's the best way to use leftover pasta. That and pasta al forno.
If you're into Chinese cooking, you can use a little doupanjiang in the oil. Don't even need the ragu.