Lots of recipes ask you to simmer your food, but what exactly is a simmer?
Simmering the potatoes in the milk first helps the casserole cook faster and more evenly.
Quick, easy, and delicious paneer sabzi is made using Indian cottage cheese, veggies, and a few basic ingredients. Soft chunks of paneer simmered in rich spicy gravy is a treat for the taste buds. It comes together in 15 minutes and pairs well with roti or jeera rice.
This is a special curry dish that I have fallen in love with. It’s a Thai red curry with Mahi Mahi and sweet potatoes that is simmered in a spicy, savory
Well, we're winding up the week here shortly and I'm bound and determined to finish off my Mardi Gras menu for the week. This dish is called Grillades and Grits is a classic New Orleans dish usually served for breakfast or lunch. Long-simmered medallions of meat in a thick gravy, served over grits is Louisana comfort food to the core.
Sweet summer corn simmered in a sweet cream sauce makes the best cream corn, very similar to Rudy's BBQ in Texas!
Slow Cooker Tex-Mex style Pork Carne Guisada is slow simmered with garlic, onions, peppers in a thick tomato sauce. This savory stew is perfect with fresh warm tortillas for a satisfying meal.
Soft and moist grilled paneer simmered in a spicy masala base, this paneer tikka masala is so flavorful, delicious, and super easy to make. Pairs well with naan or jeera rice. Learn how to make restaurant-style tikka masala at home with this easy recipe.
A Cheesecake Factory copycat, Creamy Chicken Artichoke Soup with Mushrooms is the perfect fall soup recipe: rich, ultra comforting and filling. Mild, nutty artichokes, meaty chicken, earthy mushrooms, sweet peppers, onions, garlic and potatoes are simmered in a white wine-broth-thyme mixture, then finished off with creamy milk and sharp Cheddar Cheese.
Hearty and satisfying, Shepherd’s Pie is the perfect warm and comforting dinner on a cold evening. Ground beef and lamb, root vegetables and mushrooms are simmered in a rich sauce of beef broth, tomato paste, herbs and spices. Topped with creamy mashed potatoes, it’s baked until all the flavors meld together into a perfect blend of earthy, deep deliciousness that will please even the pickiest of eaters!
Lemon Rice is bright, creamy and easy enough for everyday, while elegant enough for entertaining. Long grain white rice and lemon zest are briefly sautéed in a bit of butter, then simmered in flavorful chicken broth. Five minutes before serving, lemon juice and cream are added. So easy, so delicious!
A flavorful vegan Afghan curry made with kidney beans and a simmered tomato sauce. This curry is mild, soft, and buttery.
Shahi paneer is a rich, creamy, and exotic curry made with Indian cottage cheese. This royal and exotic dish is very easy to make when made in the Instant Pot. Cubes of cottage cheese simmered in a mildly spiced, luscious, and silky curry is perfect for parties and celebrations. Pairs so well with naan and jeera rice.
Mulled wine is perfect for cold nights, holiday parties, and everything in between. With a simmering pot of mulled wine on the stove, the whole room will smell like winter. It's been a tradition since the Middle Ages.
Restaurant-style paneer butter masala aka paneer butter masala recipe is a lip-smacking, rich, creamy, flavoured and slightly sweet Indian paneer curry recipe. It is crazily popular in India and is one of the most ordered panner curries in Indian restaurants worldwide. In this preparation, paneer chunks are simmered in buttery smooth onion-tomato-cashew nut gravy with some cream and minimal spices. This inimitable delight is mostly accompanied by butter naan, kulcha or with rice items like pulao, jeera rice, plain basmati rice etc.
This is a quick Chicken Soup, relatively speaking. There is no long simmered stock, just a quick poaching liquid. It will serve 6 - 8 and keeps well, both in the fridge and the freezer.
Sliced Pork Tenderloin, simmered in a Red Wine Sauce and finished with linguini for an easy skillet dinner.
This sauce takes just 45 minutes to make but tastes like it simmered for hours - instead of just the last 20 minutes. There are lots of veggies in the sauce so you can have a veggie side - or not.
It’s soup season I love soup season. There’s just something about a kettle of soup simmering slowly, perfuming the kitchen, that warms the cockles of my heart. I love sll soups: thick, thin, creamy, chunky, puréed or not. They’re easy to make – a good soup doesn’t need a recipe so how can you mess ... Continue reading...
Say No to fake food! Excuse me while I get up on my soap box…… This subject has been simmering in the recesses of my mind recently. I was looking through a popular cooking magazine and saw recipe after recipe calling for fat-free this or low-fat that. Why don't they just suggest using less? Or ... Continue reading...