Chicken Recipes, Crock Pot Recipes, Chili Recipe & more @ Nibbledish! RSS Feed for Chicken Recipes, Crock Pot Recipes, Chili Recipe & more @ Nibbledish! 2018-03-24T21:22:14+01:00 text/html 2008-07-06T14:12:22+01:00 Spiced Orange Sorbet <p><span><span>This is a pretty simple sorbet that is great for a hot summer's night.</span></span></p><p><span><span>Idea courtesy of <a href="">FXcuisine</a></span></span></p><p><span><span><br /></span></span></p><ol><li><span> </span><span>Slice the top off the orange to make a lid. Make sure there is a big enough hole to scoop out the insides and to eat from later. Freeze the shell with&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-06-07T13:12:20+01:00 Endive Potato Salad 1. Boiled diced potatoes in water until tender enough to get a fork through. <br /><br />2. Take out the potatoes and you can use the same water to blanch the carrots. Drain and set aside.<br /><br />3. Mix mustard and white wine vinegar together and set aside.<br /><br />4.&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-04-25T14:19:19+01:00 Chicken with Spinach and Sun-Dried Tomatoes 1. Heat up the chicken stock in a pan. Toss in the sun-dried tomatoes to rehydrate. It takes maybe 20 minutes to rehydrate. The flavor will also release into the stock.<br /><br />2. In a pan on medium-high heat, heat up a couple tablespoons of olive oil. Once heated toss&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-03-15T06:18:18+01:00 Blue Cheese Dressing <span style="font-size:10.5pt;font-family:Century;">It had been close to five years since I'd had blue cheese dressing because I haven't been able to find it in my area of </span><span style="font-size:10.5pt;font-family:Century;">Japan</span><span style="font-size:10.5pt;font-family:Century;">, so I decided to make some. This version uses tonkatsu sauce instead of Worscestershire sauce and Japanese mayo instead of regular&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-11-04T07:06:00+01:00 Asian-Twist Stuffed Peppers <ol><li><p>Sweat the onions and garlic. Add the tomatoes until the juices come out.</p></li> <li><p>Preheat the oven to 180 C (about 375 F I think).</p></li> <li><p>In a large bowl add the meat with the rest of the ingredients except for the peppers. Mix it up with your hands or a spoon.&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-09-17T14:53:38+01:00 Corned Beef &amp; Rice This is a very simple one to make, but great for a lazy Sunday morning. This is a comfort food for me - my father used to make it every once in a while when I was a kid. 1. Break up the corned beef in the pan. It's oily&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-09-11T13:45:54+01:00 Pumpkin Cheesecake <p><strong>This is a modified version of my dad's holiday pumpkin cheesecake. He used to make it around Thanksgiving and Christmas for parties or just for us. It's a wonderful combination of pumpkin pie and cheesecake.</strong></p> <p><strong>To modify it I've added my beloved rum and some brown sugar to complement the&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-07-11T14:25:00+01:00 Mini Pizza Fritta <p>I've never really done pizza by myself before so I decided to give it a try. But since I wanted to try something new I poked around the net for ideas and came across a dish supposedly famous in Napoli - pizza fritta. Basically it's a way to incorporate more&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-06-24T11:32:47+01:00 Philly Cheesesteak <p>I believe it's illegal to be from Philadelphia and not love cheesesteaks. Not above the law myself, I'm no exception to the rule. But since I'm halfway across the world I have to do with my own, which aren't too bad either. It's quick and easy. All you need are&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-06-20T14:03:21+01:00 Eiffel Tower Minestrone <p>I made this using some Eiffel Tower pasta a student brought back for me from Paris. Tastes just like you're eating the real Eiffel Tower!! </p> <p>I styled this after a minestrone I had in Florence that my wife and I still fondly remember to this day. </p> <ol><li><p>Add the&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-06-18T14:14:01+01:00 Quasi-Gujarati Chicken Curry This is a modified version of a recipe I learned from a friend of mine. His is a Gujarati-style curry that is a bit sweeter with more ginger and contains tomatoes. I made this trying to get a more savory flavor reminiscent of hummus. By the way, quite the coincidence&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-06-18T13:23:59+01:00 Masked Celery Vegetable Soup I made this to get rid of some leftover veg in the fridge. The herbs were used to mask the celery flavor since my wife isn't quite fond of it and I wanted to get rid of it. 1. Heat up oil in a pan. Add onions, garlic, and ginger&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-06-13T15:13:57+01:00 Mighty Meatballs in Marinara It'd been a real long time since I'd had meatballs so I decided to do a little experimenting with the round juicy things and they turned out fantastic so thought I'd share. The above shows a picture of it before coating fully with marinara and cheese so you can see&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-06-03T12:58:32+01:00 Crispy Gyoza Squares I had intended to make a large pancake-like gyoza using several overlapping circular wonton skins to make one large circular gyoza, but the supermarket was out of that so I did this instead. It's kind of a lazy way to do gyoza if you don't feel like doing the crimps&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-06-03T11:55:55+01:00 Tofu Chocolate Pudding This is quite easy to make and a nice protein-packed dessert. 1. Start by melting the butter in a double-boiler or in a heat-resistant bowl over a sauce pan filled with a small amount of water. Add in the cream along with the chocolate broken into small pieces. Stir until&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-05-26T04:01:42+01:00 Rice Cooker Quiche Italiano This is one of those recipes for a lazy morning when you feel like channeling infomercial guru Ron Popeil (&quot;Just set it and forget it!&quot;). Basically you can toss whatever veg you've got in the fridge together with some eggs, milk, and cheese and put it in the rice cooker.&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-05-13T04:37:49+01:00 Chili Con Carne This recipe is simple enough. However, the tricky part is getting the spice mix just right. But when you do it's fantastic. It's also one of those foods that gets better over time as you let the flavors party together so if you want you could prepare this the night&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-05-06T05:43:10+01:00 Kimchi Mushroom Fried Rice This was one of those &quot;dump everything from the refrigerator together that looks like it's going to mutate soon&quot; creations that turned out surprisingly well so I thought I'd share. 1. Add butter and oil to a large pan or wok. Once the butter finishes foaming add the garlic. When&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-22T10:41:48+01:00 Penne alla Vodka <p>This was the dish the won my wife's heart on one of our early dates. If it's good enough to trick someone like her into marrying me, it's got to be good, right?</p> <ol><li><p>Heat a pan on medium heat and coat the base with enough olive oil so that all&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-14T04:40:27+01:00 Chicken Stuffed with Fried Rice 1. Brine the chicken in salt water. 2. Add oil to a hot pan and cook the eggs. Remove and set aside for later. 3. Add the vegetable oil and sesame oil to a hot pan. Add the garlic, shallots, and onions and let saute a bit. If using coriander&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div>