Chicken chop suey, spicy chicken and vegetable stir-fry, so delicious!
Chop suey is a quick stir fry of assorted vegetables and meat or tofu. It’s a delicious and versatile dish, budget friendly, you can make it with whatever vegetables you have on hand, pepper, cabbage, etc. It can also be made with pork, beef, duck or tofu.
Mini candied fruit Bundt cake flavored with lots of candied fruit and orange zest, delicious!
This is the exact same recipe as my Candied Fruit Bundt Cake but in mini individual version. With the same ingredients list, I could make 10 mini Bundt, my molds contain about 1 cup of batter. Here is a link to my recipe for the large Candied Fruit Bundt Cake, click here
Candied fruit Bundt cake flavored with lots of candied fruit and orange zest, delicious!
What is great about making a cake into a Bundt Cake is you do not fear that all your fruits will slide to the bottom of your pan, because if they do, they will be on top of your Bundt once you’ll turn it over on your serving dish, plus I find that Bundt cakes have a gorgeous look.
Pumpkin seeds brittle, a brittle caramel full of pumpkin seeds, very addictive!
This recipe is not difficult to make, you only need to be swift! Therefore, and as always when making candies, have all your ingredients measured and ready before starting, together with your buttered baking sheet. Watch your caramel at all times, do not leave for any reason or answer your phone.
Deer sirloin in red wine sauce and its sides, served with spaetzle, chestnuts, pear cooked in red wine and a scoop of cranberry preserve, scrumptious.
It’s completely optional but I like to marinate game meat overnight in red wine with carrots, onions, various aromatic herbs and spices, then I’ll make the sauce with the marinade, a scrumptious seasonal yum.
Simple but loaded red plum pie, so delicious!
I went (again...) to my grocer for my usual shopping and found these awesome red plums, the variety with red skin and red flesh, they were just at the right maturity for me, means not too soft, not overripe, so I bought 42.32 oz. (2.64 lbs. or 1.2 kilos) to fill my 9 inches Ø (23 cm Ø) pie pan…!