It is used all over the world to add pungency and freshness to dishes.
I love the flavor it adds to any soup or side dish...here along with inspiring prosperity for the New Year, it features in many dishes.
Happy New Year!
|Yam and carrot blended soup|
|Green Minestrone finished with fresh basil leaves & extra virgin olive oil|
|heat the corn tortillas in a dry skillet, then keep them warm, wrapping in a cloth kitchen towel|
|The ground turkey, bell peppers, garlic, onions, celery, carrots, chicken stock, tomatoes, yams..place over a colander to strain out some of the sauce before filling the tortillas|
|Dip the warm tortillas in tomato sauce before filling|
|The tomato sauce for dipping and baking the enchiladas|
|Sauteing Brussel's sprouts, and broccoli stems|
|The dipped, filled and topped enchiladas to be baked at client's home|
|Enchiladas may be topped with cheese, and/or even filled and topped with cheese|
|Sauteing broccoli & Brussel's sprouts makes them taste sweeter and actually caramelizes them|
|Topped with black sesame seeds and cilantro|
|Roasted potatoes and yams topped with chopped scallion greens|
|Cooked black beans topped with dried oregano|
|Whole wheat sourdough, flax seed, banana-walnut waffles (dairy free, and sugar free)|
|"Rock Star" roasted chicken with rosemary|