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Added Recipe Photo to Vegetarian Fresh Spring Rolls
Reviewed Vegetarian Fresh Spring Rolls
"I was looking for a recipe close to the spring rolls served in our local Thai restaurant and this is spot on! So fresh and bright tasting! I used the mint in mine and we all loved the flavor and aromatics. I served mine with a sweet peanut sauce instead. These would be fantastic with any sauce. Thanks for posting!"
Feb 9, 2013 on Food.com
Added Recipe Photo to Caramelized Black Pepper Chicken With Jasmine Rice
"This was delicious and very easy to make. I used a wok and I seared semi-frozen chicken breasts on very high heat first and then tossed the sauce in to reduce and it turned out perfect. Very easy to put the rice in the rice cooker, do the chopping and by the time the rice is ready the rest of dinner is ready too. The whole family raved! Thanks for ..."
Feb 9, 2013 on Food.com
Newly engaged and I'm a mother of 5 and busy as can be! I live in Tropical Minnesota. I look for easy, quick recipes that taste like comfort food without having to cook all day.
I love comfort food! New and different is great too, but I seem to fall back to mom and grandma's old fashioned recipes. I try to put a new spin on many of them by using low-fat cooking methods and have some good sugar-free conversions as well. My fiance loves to cook as well.
My biggest pet peeve... the word "moist". Hate it.
My all-time favorite is my mother's pot roast. If I can ever nail down how she makes it I'll publish it, but as it is with all great cooks -- some things you can't duplicate. I love cookies and pie (too much!) and I also love to try new recipes as well. I love to try and duplicate something I've had in a restaurant at home. Sometimes it works, and sometime's it doesn't. I'm famous for making Tomato and Basil Vermecelli, and Scalloped Corn at Thanksgiving - but those aren't my favorite things to make. I enjoy a challenge!