Mexican-Inspired Grilled Chicken
I’ve never celebrated Cinco de Mayo in the past. Working as a chef is quite demanding! Now, I finally have the opportunity. I made sure this year’s meal would be remarkable.
Dal with Spinach
As a child growing up I ate dal at most meals. Dal are dried and split pulses or lentils that are very common in South Asian cooking. My mother cooked lentils on almost a daily basis to serve with fried spinach and fish curry. I did not actually like dal growing up, as I was…
Traditional Style Potato Salad
How to cook potatoes and eggs: To cook the potatoes, place the peeled potatoes in a large pot of water and add about 1 tbs salt. Bring the water to a boil, then simmer for up to 15 to 25 minutes. To test the potatoes, use a knife to gently pierce it in the middle.…
Extra Delicious Baked Beans
Baked beans have been a staple side dish in the United States and other countries for decades. While they are generally easy to make, I’ve sometimes been a touch disappointed when I’ve had these at a potluck or a restaurant. Sometimes they are a bit bland. The point of this recipe is to show an…