Fry up hamburger meat (sprinkle with sugar - sounds gross just do it) set aside; scramble 2 eggs - set aside; Boil Ramen noodles (it's quick and easy - and looks impressive)drain and set aside' Julienne a carrot, snow peas, onion (any other veggie); In your wok (you know you have one somewhere), add the meat and veggies, "stir fry" in olive oil (sesame oil if you have it); add ramen noodles and drizzle some soy sauce (kikkoman NOT La Choy), sprinkle with more sugar (lightly) add salt and pepper add eggs. THis is a meal in itself; you can use any type of meat (even bacon) use bamboo shoots, beansprouts, waterchestnuts etc. At Wegmans, you can experiment with different rice noodles - but for an easy at home meal - I like the ramen noodles.
I'm so on this!
What a shame to have to beg you to see we're not all the same
We just got back from Maine and had some wonderful food, of course lobster in several ways. Last night we made lobster rolls, something so simple can be so good! The price was really down all along the coast,chix were $3.99 for 1 1/4 lb/and under. Good for us but sad for the lobstermen.
You just can't fix stupid.
2 butternut squash - peeled and cut into four pieces 1 medium sized onion chicken stock 32 oz. (2 of them) cream olive oil salt & pepper cinnamon- dash curry powder - I use about a Tbsp, you could use more or less depending on how much curry flavor you like
Cut each squash into four pieces, you can peel before or after, whichever is easier for you. Season with salt and pepper, lightly coat with olive oil and roast in the oven an hour or so at 400 degrees.
Chop onions and sautee with olive oil, cinnamon, and curry powder until they start to caramelize.
Puree onions and squash in food processor or blender. Add enough chicken stock to get it going. Put it all back on the stove and then add your cream, again, you could use as much or as little as you like. I think I added about a cup or so.
you can take the left over chicken add it to some sauce with at least 3 cups of mozz cheese. let cheese melt. serve over pasta of choice. I call it sleazy cheesey chicken. my kids love it and it's really filling