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Old 05-24-2016, 10:34 PM   #11
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Cooking Goddess;1467646]How was that heat for you, Kayelle? I noticed that the blend included a bit of scotch bonnets. The one I got from The Spice House uses habaneros, and it's plenty spicy for me.[/B]
This was great for us, and what I remember from authentic jerk seasoning from Jamaica. As noted I only used half the blended spice in the marinade and it was just right. Wow, we loved the thighs, and I did a quick much less spicy marinade for the big portabella mushrooms I also grilled. They were to die for!

You're dinners always sound delicious CG, and tonight sounds great once again!

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Old 05-25-2016, 01:03 AM   #12
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Thanks, Kayelle! More often than not, I'd like to show up at your home to mooch a meal from you. I'd bring wine! Too bad you're almost 3000 miles away...

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Old 05-25-2016, 06:07 AM   #13
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Pappardelle with garlic, chili, shrimp. Caprese salad. Mixed berry shortcake
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Old 05-25-2016, 06:18 AM   #14
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I made a pretty good Indian dinner yesterday. I had a jar of Patak's butter chicken sauce so I diced onions, bell peppers, an old tomato and a large chicken breast and sautéed them, then simmered in the sauce.

It was pretty bland, so I added a variety of seasonings - granulated onion and garlic, cumin seeds and garam masala.

I also made rice pilaf with garam masala and cumin seeds toasted in butter before adding the rice and chicken stock.

And I had bought some naan bread. I made garlic oil and brushed it on them, then sprinkled them with garden parsley and toasted them in the oven. Good stuff.
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