Care to Curry? With the country dropping into a deep freeze, it is the perfect time to share my favorite curried chicken soup recipe. It is a meal in a bowl - veggies, carbs, and protein all in one pot. If you need more kick, add more cayenne. Serves 4 as an entree and six as a side.
14ozcan cannellini beanswhite kidney
1lbboneless skinless chicken breastschopped into small pieces
1 1/2tspsorganic curry powder
1/2tsporganic ground cayenne
1/3cupcoconut milkI just freeze the rest of the cansmall baggies
1cupraw egg noodlesbroken
6ozof fresh spinach leaves
1tsporganic ground black peppercorns
Sautee onions, celery, and carrot in 1 Tablespoon olive oil for 5 minutes
Puree sauteed vegetables with 2 cups chicken stock and 1/2 can of cannellini beans in blender until smooth.
Sautee chicken in 1 Tablespoon olive oil over medium heat for 2 minutes, add curry powder and cayenne and cook for 2 more minutes.
Add pureed vegetables to chicken. Add peanut butter, and cream of coconut and bring to a boil. Add egg noodles and boil for 5 minutes. Add rest of cannellini beans, reduce heat and simmer for 3 more minutes. Add lime juice, cilantro, spinach an black pepper just before serving.
This has become one of my more popular "apps". It delivers a little kick, (and tastes like it takes more time to prepare than it does).
3/4tbsporganic ground cayenne
1/2tbsporganic curry powder
12slicesbaconabout 3/4 lb
Preheat broiler. If necessary, remove ligament from scallop. Cut scallops in half.
Brown bacon in a heavy skillet over medium heat (until edges brown, but it is still flexible). Place bacon on paper towels; pat and leave to cool.
Stir together brown sugar, cayenne and curry in a medium bowl.
Cut bacon in half (so two equal, shorter lengths). Coat evenly on both sides with sugar mixture, pressing to help it adhere. Place a scallop half on each slice of coated bacon; wrap scallop with bacon strip and secure with a toothpick.
Lightly oil the top of a broiler pan, and place wrapped scallops on pan. Broil about 5 inches from heat until bacon is browned, and scallops are opaque (about 5-6 minutes); turn and broil another 5-6 minutes. Remove and serve.
When the devil’s details include cayenne, jalapeno and tabasco, you know it’s not your grandmother’s church supper recipe. Bucking all trends and fads, this retro classic is always the first to be devoured at any gathering, and these ones are dressed for the holidays with golden curry powder and bright green cilantro garnish. Behold the elegant and economical egg.