Quick bite…

Dear readers,

No better choice to satify your appetite in no time. 

A delicious chicken sandwich, made of succulent chicken breast shallow fried in extra virgin olive oil with just a few spices.

Served over warm slices of sandwich bread made of soy and other variety of grains from the wheat family. The tender and juicy strips of chicken topped with crisp lettuce, asiago cheese, chopped olives, and balsamic vinegar dressing. 

Quick bite, amazing flavor, just right!

  
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Chicken & Potato Salad

Dear friends,

If you do like simple meals as much as we do, you’ll agree that some roasted chicken will hit the spot. Well it worked for us tonight. 

An amazing dish, legs of corn-fed organic chicked slowly roasted served with homemade potato salad. An all time classic, but with an interesting twist.

We marinated the chicken in a spice mix made of fresh garlic, smoked paprika, freshly grounded pepper, adobo, cayenne pepper and a generous dash of shiracha sauce. Resulting in a perfectly roasted cut of meat with a hint of spice  and a deep smoked flavor second to none. 

  
As side dish we’ve served a carefully prepared home made potato salad, made with peas, carrots, white onions and home made mayo made with organic eggs, lemon juice and extra virgin olive oil.
Hope you’ll enjoy it!

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Curry Chicken & Dumplings: an all time favorite 

Dinner? An all time favorite, we decided to have an outstanding chicken curry with some dumplings ( we call them spinners). The chicken has been marinated with the blend of spices we use the most, including adobo, chilli flakes, paprika and cumin. For the curry we’ve trinidadian curry powder cooked adding some onions and fresh garlic.

After sealing  the meat in some extra virgin olive oil we added the curry and cooked this delicious blend until the curry reached our desired creamyness and the meat so juicy and tender just fell off the bone. To add an extra level of consistency and flavor to our dish we’ve added some flour dumpling ( we call them spinners). The end result the creamiest, spiciest and most delicious home made curry, our way of course! 

  
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Wednesday dinner? We’ve chosen #Curry!

Hello there! At dinner time, especially mid week we’re always tempted to cook our favorite recipes and Curry Chicken is definitely one of them. 

Tender pieces of corn-fed chicken breast, seasoned with adobo, black pepper, sweet paprika, Trinidadian Curry and cumin. The meat slowly cooked with extra virgin olive oil, fresh garlic, yellow onions and potatoes.

The end result a delicious curry full of flavor, spicy from the chilli, creamy from the potatoes, slightly smoked from the sweet paprika and with an amazing pleasurable aftertaste from the cumin, this deliciousness served over perfectly steamed Basmati Rice

 
We usually drink a nice cold beer with our curries, however, tonight we have tried an interesting yet superb wine pairing with this dish, accompanying  this fulfilling curry with a great glass of red wine : Aglianico dell’Irpinia DOC.

Enjoy as we did!  

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Lets cook a #Chinese dinner tonight 

We love chinese food, I am not going to to deny it. The mix of ingredients in this cuisine is amazing and some of the dishes can be easily replicated at home with an amazing result. Tonight is a perfect example!

We had Chicken with chinese mushroom and oyster sauce, accompanied with some stir-fry noodles with vegetables and a lovely Chinese steamed bread. 

We’ve used some tender strips of organic chicken breast which has been previously marinated in a mix of sesame oil and soy sauce, for the sauce we’ve used a mix of cornstarch, sesame oil, oyster sauce, soy sauce, garlic, and water. As mushrooms we’ve used the commonly chinese ones that can be widely found in Asian cooking usually known as Black Wood Mushrooms.


  

The noodles have been cooked in the wok with a mix of julienned veggies including carrots and sweet peas with sesame oil and a dash of soy sauce. For the Chinese bread, which you might know as the common name of Mantou we followed the traditional recipe which includes yeast,sugar,flour and baking powder. Obviously this were prepped in advance as their “raising” time range between 2/3 hours. 

We couldn’t drink something else than a nice and cold Chinese Beer -Tsingtao

Enjoy as we did! 

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Soft & Delicious  #Tortilla with #Chicken and #Mushroom 

Dinner is ready, let’s roll! Definitely yes!

Tonight’s dinner was indeed a roll of goodness, a combination of flavors and a satisfying meal at every single bite. 

  

We prepared this lovely soft tortilla slightly warmed filled with organic sautéed  chicken and champignon mushrooms cooked with extra virgin olive oil, chilli flakes, sweet paprika and black pepper. The meat slighlty dusted with flour, which allows it to stay soft and juicy on the inside and have a delicious velvety coating on the outside adding an extra depth of flavor at every bite.

  

As you probably know by now, following our blog, we usually drink a glass of wine with our recipes, tonight we opted for an organic double-malt beer from a local micro brewery. 

Enjoy!

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#Curry rice with chicken strips and vegetables

Thank God for leftovers! A delicious Sunday night dinner leftovers turned out to be a quick, simple, and yet delicious Monday night fix. 

Yesterday’s dinner was some delicious roasted chicken with vegetables, potatoes, carrots, and a flavorful mix of spices  (if you’re following our blog you must have seen it!). For tonight’s dinner we decided to use what was left over, a few pieces of chicken, some vegetables, and the succulent juices. 

To prepare the recipe we cooked some organic brown rice, and prepared a creamy vegetable curry sauce. For the sauce we used curry powder, garlic, cherry tomatoes, boiled potatoe, paprika, chilli flakes and a pinch of adobo. The rest is history!! Dig in!

  

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Organic Roasted #Chicken with potatoes,drinking  #Cabernet Sauvignon from #Veneto

Dear friends, let’s  be fair, Sunday nights are made for roasted dinners.

For us a roast dinner usually calls for some organic, delicious, and juicy chicken. Tonight’s dish has been in fact prepared using organic corn-fed chicken tights, seasoned with adobo, garlic paste, sweet paprika, black pepper, chilli flakes, and thyme. The chicken once seasoned has been placed on a bed of carrots, onions, and potatoes.

 The finished dish, some succulent cuts of dark meat, tender inside and roasted to perfection outside.The mix of seasoning has given it a hint of spice from the adobo and the chilli flakes, a bold taste of sweet smokiness from the sweet paprika and an aromatic, fresh and hearthy aftertaste from the thyme.

  

Tonight we decide to pair this dish with a bold glass of Cabernet Sauvignon from the Veneto region. The classic profile of this grape tends to be full-bodied wines with high tannins and noticeable acidity. In cooler climates, Cabernet Sauvignon tends to produce wines with blackcurrant and green bell pepper notes. 

While many of you might be familiar with this wine being from California or Chile. Cabernet Sauvignon has a long history also in Italian wines, this grape is in fact found in several Denominazioni di Origine Controllata (DOCs) and is used in many Indicazione Geografica Tipica (IGT) 

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Rotisserie Chicken with caramelized onions

Chicken! Probably the most versatile ingredient for meat lovers.

It really does not matter how you want to cook it, it is always good, tasty, and fulfilling. The flavor of the meat will leave your appetite satisfied and happy, that you had some “bird” indeed. 

Tonight’s dish is a really simple version of an all time favorite Rotisserie Chicken baked with onions, potatoes, garlic purée and a mix of spices. The chicken thighs have been slightly seasoned with adobo, mild paprika, black pepper, sea salt, rosemary, and chilli flakes. The juices of the meat mixed with e.v.o.o has roasted the potatoes to perfection and caramelized the chunky onions giving the dish a hint of sweetness balancing off the rest of the flavors in this very rustic dish. 

We accompanied our chicken with a lovely glass of Negramaro del Salento 2013  (seldom Negro amaro), is a red wine grape variety native to Southern Italy. It is grown almost exclusively in the Apulia region particularly in Salento, the peninsula which can be visualised as the “heel” of Italy. The grape can produce wines very deep in color. Wines made from Negroamaro tend to be very rustic in character, combining perfume with an earthy bitterness. 



Rotisserie chicken with caramelized onions
Rotisserie chicken with caramelized onions

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