1,000 Mile Minestrone
Recipe inspired by subscriber, Christine!
- ½ white onion, diced
- Two garlic cloves, finely chopped
- Olive oil for sautéing, approx. two tablespoons
- Two whole potatoes, diced
- Large whole carrot, sliced
- Two turnips, diced [can substitute any seasonal root vegetable]
- Three fresh tomatoes, diced
- Two Tablespoons Better than Bouillon, Chicken base
- Peas, one 10 ounce can
- Fish sauce, to taste
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Beans (optional) ** the BEANNNSSSS… I didn’t want beans.
1. Sauté onions and garlic in olive oil until translucent.
2. Add chopped potatoes, carrot, and turnips, and sauté with the onion and garlic for a few minutes, until the vegetables soften.
3. Dice tomatoes, and stir in ; simmer for a few minutes until tomatoes start to break down.
4. Add chicken base and water to the mixture until desired soup consistency is reached, and let simmer until the vegetables are tender. Add canned peas. Let simmer for another few minutes.
5. Season with salt and pepper, and fish sauce if you'd like.
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Just what you would do if you thought of it. It starts w/ a Mexican flag. I start w// green Chile, white onion & A can of diced tomatoes. & of course pork shoulder.
I make the best. Pork green Chile. Hatch. Let me know. I’ve kept it a secret, up tell now.
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Got a Filipino dish for you bud, Chicken Adobo.
White vinegar (or coconut vinegar if you can find)
Brown or white sugar
1. Marinate chicken with equal parts vinegar and soy sauce for at least 30 minutes
2. Once done marinating, brown the chicken (don’t pour in the marinade, save it for later)
3. Take out the browned chicken, chop up your onions and garlic, and sauté till fragrant
4. Put chicken back in and dump in the marinade as well
5. Add brown or white sugar, black peppercorns, and 3-4 bay leaves in the pan.
6. Reduce the sauce so it thickens and wait till chicken is cooked
7. Serve with a bowl of rice