This is, no kidding, Peanut’s new favorite lunch. And mine too! It’s one I found on Rumble in the Kitchen a while back, and I can’t believe how long it took me to try it! I’m on my third batch of it in as many weeks.
I doubled the spice level of mine because my [...]
I started looking for a vinegar based BBQ sauce recipe because I so much love the tang of the Dixie sauce at Martin’s BBQ. This is a fairly thin sauce, as you can see, so it’s more suited for mixing in with the meat than as a topping on a sandwich (although, honestly, I did [...]
I kind of never know what to do with chicken thighs. Chicken breasts? No problem. Ditto whole chickens. But I wasn’t sure what to do with chicken thighs till I saw this recipe, which looked simple and delicious. The end result is fantastic! Very tasty, with crispy skin that makes it seem like you’re eating [...]
You know what bacon fried rice needs? More bacon.
I know, I’m a visionary.
I kept hearing talk of bacon fried rice on Twitter so I decided to concoct my own version: veggies, leftover rice, and bacon fried in bacon grease.
Print Bacon fried rice
Bacon grease (which I always have in the fridge)
Cooked bacon, chopped
Carrots (I shredded them because I like them tiny)
Sweet chile sauce
Heat a couple tablespoons of bacon grease over medium heat in a skillet
Add in chopped up veggies and cook for a few minutes until they’re as tender as you like; I’m Southern so this was more like 10 minutes for me (you can also add a little water and put the lid on to steam them very tender)
Break egg into the pan and stir while it cooks up
Add in bacon and leftover rice, stirring and breaking up clumps. Stir and cook until rice is heated through and egg is cooked
Add in a bit of sweet chile sauce (or soy sauce) and eat hot!Schema/Recipe SEO Data Markup by ZipList Recipe Plugin2.2http://oneparticularkitchen.com/2012/07/18/bacon-fried-rice/Copyright One Particular Kitchen – All Rights Reserved
Go make some! What veggies sound good to you to use?
I found this recipe at KevinandAmanda.com and it is such a keeper! I’ve made it three times already, and it easily converts to a freezer meal — something I’ll be needing before too much longer with baby girl on the way. It’s got a little kick of spice to it without being overwhelming, and it’s [...]
These. Are. Amazing. I can say that without bragging because it’s not my recipe; I just made ‘em.
This is a Mark Bittman recipe that I scribbled down on a piece of paper without much documentation; I’ll assume it’s either from one of his NYT articles or from How to Cook Everything. These top every [...]
Y’all, I have somehow done it again. AGAIN I have a lovely camera lens that is now in two pieces. I don’t even know how, but I do know that iPhone photos of food aren’t quite the same. Better than nothing, though, right?
This is based on the Honey Roast Orange Chicken recipe from The [...]
We had one glorious almost-70-degree day here in Nashville and it made me SO READY for spring rightnowthisinstant. This, of course, made me want a good salad! I found this dressing recipe in Rick & Lanie’s Excellent Kitchen Adventures, which I love. The recipe is insanely quick, easy and good, which I also love.
I’ve been making yogurt for about three years now, and no matter how I do it one thing never changes: each and every time I am amazed that it actually turns into yogurt. Amazed.
My method has evolved a bit over the years, and my friend Vanessa pointed out recently that my super lazy method [...]
Due to the great camera debacle of 2010 I’m afraid I don’t have a picture of this. You’ll just have to trust me on its deliciousness. Or, you know, make it. It is the yum.
There are a thousand variations of this recipe floating around, but this is how we do it — always Christmas [...]