Have you ever made plans for dinner and lunch times comes, you’re hungry but don’t want to eat heavy? Well that’s exactly what happened to me today. I knew I needed to eat something so I wouldn’t feel the hunger pains. I also knew dinner plans would be drinks and lots of good food. Food that sticks to you if you know what I mean. So I decided to have a salad since I had Kale in the fridge.
I took simple ingredients from my fridge. Some you may not even like but the good news is that you can add and subtract what you want. The main thing that’s needed will be your olive oil and lemon juice. With those two you can do just about anything when it comes to making a dressing. Think of the flavors that you love. If I wasn’t such a huge cilantro fan this would have been some type of Asian or Chinese type of dressing. I love lobe those flavors too.
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I’m usually good about staying on top of my new role as “The Lunch Lady” due to Covid. However, one day I wasn’t as prepared. My 9-5 job was chaotic, fulfilling cookie others had gotten busy and my child yells out that it’s almost lunch time. She’s a virtual learner now which adds to my normal list. I had no clue on food options for lunch. I knew I had thinly sliced beef in the fridge thawing out. I looked to se what veggies I had and beef and broccoli came to mind because my child loves soy sauce.
I put this video together to show hard working parents that lunch during Covid can be quick and easy. Go with quick options that can be fulfilling yet yummy.
Watch the video fir the full recipe of step by step guide. Just don’t forget to use sesame oil to cook meat and add brown sugar to you soy sauce mix.
Have you ever tasted shrimp so juicy and well seasoned with natural herbs and spices that your mouth just water. I made some shrimp while I was out on vacation and all I had was my seasoning I was promoting. I had to make them perfect I had guest stopping by.
I drove out to the market and picked up some 3 ingredients and went back to my AirBnB. I had only an hour to get an light meal prepared. I had already had shrimp out in the fridge. The ingredients I choose were fresh garlic, butter, and cilantro. I had my own all purpose seasoning “The Blend”.
Just like that, this perfect plate was created! They were so juicy and scrumptious that we couldn’t handle it. Everyone tried being polite however table manners went out the way as the shrimp got low. I used no lemon on this meal. However you may. I took about 10 single cilantro , 3 bulbs on garlic, one stick of butter, and 1tspn 1/2 of the my all purpose seasoning.
The salad I also sprinkled with cilantro, tomatoes, carrots, red onion, cucumber, and a dash of my seasoning. Wow, what a perfect meal. It’s light and fulfilling with a great flavor to it.
My all purpose seasoning “The Blend” is low on sodium. I like to focus or more natural herbs and spices to create the perfect flavors. This seasoning can be enjoyed with any meal.
Are you one who loves to shop for new seasonings to give your food the best flavor? Look no further. We’ve blended natural herbs and spices together and came up with a masterpiece! We’ve tried this seasoning on salads, seafood, soul food, veggies and more. Every time there is a urge for more. With yummy flavors to bring your food to life this seasoning will cut back on others. Most importantly we’re very low on sodium . The focus here is flavor not salt!
I can recall years prior before I got into cooking, I would burn down a steak. I wasn’t proud of it but I didn’t get the jist of making it tender without biting it up or letting it bake in the oven with some sort of sauce to it. I’d watch a ton of cooking shows and at first it seemed a bit hard. However I figured out the trick and want to share!
For this tip, simply brown your steak in a cast iron skillet. You can use bacon grease or vegetable oil to do this. The butter I used is garlic butter.
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