Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Dinner: The Most Beautiful Word In The English Language

I've been cooking delicious things again and I want to talk about it. It's not that fancy.

Dinner last night: Yogurt chicken with roasted turnips

Cut in big chunks, throw in a pan and drizzle with oil, salt and pepper. Roast at 450 until they start to brown (or throw them in to broil at the same time you do the chicken). Check on them and stir them around once or twice when you think about it.

Slather boneless/skinless chicken breasts with full-fat yogurt, cumin, paprika, coriander and a little salt. Don't be shy about the spices. Put it under the broiler for 10 minutes each side.

Dinner tonight: Lazy sausage, kale and corn

Heat up some olive oil in a big pot. Slice up a thing of kale and a package of precooked sausages. Especially chicken-apple or chicken-mango. Throw those in the pan with a package of frozen corn. Salt and pepper it. Put a lid on it so it steams in the liquid from the kale. You could also pour some beer in there and that would probably be really good, but it's really tasty without too. Give it a stir now and then. It's ready when the kale is not a total chore to eat.

1 comment:

Geneva said...

That sounds great! It would be really good with roasted carrots, too! perfect for chilly autumn weather.