Sometimes, I am at a loss for what to make for dinner. I go on-line and search for “dinner ideas.” While I am usually sure—when I see a picture of a dish—about what I do not want to make for dinner, but I sometimes struggle to find what I want. I keep looking, and eventually, I will spot something that just seems right—and off I go.
Tag Archives: chicken stew
Karl’s Chicken and Biscuits
Filed under Chicken, Main Dishes
Karl’s Chicken Madeira with Dried Apples
Jan’s friends are descending upon us this weekend for the annual quilt festival. They are always a challenge to cook for because Barbara does not eat raw tomatoes and Pat does not eat “any animal with a face.” This means the “cute animals,” cows, pigs and sheep—chicken and fish apparently do not count as having faces.
Filed under California Fusion, Chicken, Main Dishes, Poultry, Stews
Karl’s Coq au Riesling
Adapted from a Cook’s Illustrated recipe
Last week I made a hunter’s chicken. Jan asked for the same again when her old school friends, the aunties, came for Stitches this weekend. I did not want to do the exact same thing, so I made something much closer to a recipe in Cook’s Illustrated this month.
Filed under Chicken, Main Dishes, Poultry, Stews
Karl’s Doro Wot (Ethiopian Red Chicken Stew) with Authentic Injera
If you have ever been to an Ethiopian restaurant the beautiful tray covered with the large, sour pancake dotted with brightly colored stews is a delight to see and even more to taste. It makes you want to try to do this yourself. While many of the Ethiopian dishes appear to be simple, with only a few ingredients, you discover hidden complexities. Many of the ingredients in Ethiopian cooking turn out to have their own complex recipes.
Filed under bread, Main Dishes, Poultry, Side Dishes