Condiment

Easy Does it # 10 – Onion, Pear And Red Wine Marmalade

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Dear  Friend’s,
Although most of my followers are culinary professionals, there is also a large segment of followers who are just starting to enjoy cooking on a slightly higher than basic level. I have therefore decided to publish, under the moniker “Easy Does It“,  from time to time some very basic recipe variations of dishes which otherwise might seem complicated to some folks. I will break them down to the easiest, most simple instructions, so that those of you who are intimidated by elaborate recipes will be able to prepare these dishes properly, adjusted to your taste and liking, right from the get-go.
Enjoy :-)
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This  savory marmalade is the perfect condiment to meats and vegetables. I also use it as a sandwich component when I make meat sandwiches. It is super easy to make and holds in the fridge for a good amount of  time.

Bon Appetit !   Life is Good !

Onion, Red Wine And Pear Marmelade

Onion, Red Wine And Pear Marmalade

saute garlic paste in its oil

saute garlic paste in its oil

add onions, saute until translucent

add onions, saute until translucent

add peeled, sliced pears

add peeled, sliced pears

add red wine, small amount of kosher salt and cayenne pepper

add red wine, small amount of kosher salt and cayenne pepper

after most of the wine has evaporated, check /adjust seasoning

after most of the wine has evaporated, check /adjust seasoning

Onion, Red Wine And Pear Marmelade

Onion, Red Wine And Pear Marmalade


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Donkatsu

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Yesterday’s  dinner was one of these dishes which are so universal that most countries have their own version of it, distinguishable only by it’s different presentation and condiments.
Tontkatsu  is one of these dishes. It is basically a breaded pork cutlet, which in its home, Japan, is served in many variations. The version I prepared last night is served over a bowl of rice with egg, so “Tonkatsu ” becomes “Donkatsu”.  Tonkatsu dipping sauce is served separately.

Bon Appetit !   Life is Good !
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Tonkatsu Dipping Sauce Recipe
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Gyū katsu Recipe
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Donkatsu

Donkatsu

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season cutlets with kosher salt and cayenne pepper, bread in flour, egg and panko bread crumbs. Fry. Remove to absorbent paper. Slice

season cutlets with kosher salt and cayenne pepper, bread in flour, egg and panko bread crumbs. Fry. Remove to absorbent paper. Slice

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add steamed rice to bowl

add steamed rice to bowl

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add sliced cutlet, eggs and orange wedge

add sliced cutlet, eggs and orange wedge

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Donkatsu

Donkatsu

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Donkatsu

Donkatsu

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Donkatsu

Donkatsu

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Donkatsu

Donkatsu

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“Green Goddess” – A Healthy Dinner ?

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After  all, cantaloupe and yoghurt is good for you and makes for a light, healthy meal 🙂

This is all I needed to finish up this day. It’s a gorgeous evening, light breeze, no humidity and the temperature just right.”Kashmir” playing on the radio while I am having this drink. Life is Good !
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Green Goddess Cocktail:
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1/2         large cantaloupe melon,
3 cups   creme de menthe,
2 cup     vanilla yoghurt,
2 cup     champagne,
2 cup     ice,
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Blend in mixer until smooth. Cheers !
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“When I was 5 years old my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life.
When I went to school they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up.
I wrote down, ‘happy’.
They told me I didn’t understand the assignment.
I told them they didn’t understand life”.

John Lennon

More Led 🙂
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Green Goddess Cocktail

Green Goddess Cocktail

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Green Goddess Cocktail

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