I should title this dish left-over jambalaya. Or left-over mid-week comfort meal. Actually that what it is, but it is so good that I had to post it. A jambalaya is a Cajun style rice dish. Full of flavors and usually made with or a combination of chicken, pork or shrimps. You can also make a vegetarian jambalaya.
My refrigerator had leftover roasted chicken and 1 cooked sausage. Also, chicken trimming from 2 chicken breast. I added two strips of streaky bacon and a very nice a slice of pork loin. Of course, you can do it from scratch since the most important is dredging the ingredients in the creole spice mix. Continue Reading
Spare ribs can be cooked many ways. However, for large gathering, in order to have time to mingle with guest I prefer the boiling method. I boil the ribs until cooked, marinade them in BBQ sauce and finish them in the oven or a grill. The quantities for the ingredients are determined by your taste and the amount of spare ribs you are cooking. The bay leaf and garlic are enough for about any regular home quantities Continue Reading
I had minced pork in my fridge and no idea of what to do with it. Then I am told that I must eat greens, you know the lettuce type of greens. I still think and look at the jars of carrot and chili pickles given to me at the Goan Youth Festival.
The chili and the carrots pickles taste divine. Yes, I have used the word divine. The product is absolutely natural and free from preservatives. Continue Reading
I don’t eat enough salad. I am not allergic to salad, it is just that I have a limited appeal for it. The salads which I enjoyed are in a form of main courses with lots of this and that in it. I made a detour to my favorite butchery, Gilani’s at ABC plaza, and bought a small rolled pork. Nicely tied and barded with a thin layer of fat. Continue Reading