Mama Bird's Kitchen
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If you love Peanut Sauce this recipe is for you. Plus its beautiful and healthy and DELICIOUS!
These are irresitbally delicious and easy to make with your bread machine pulling the dough together in a jiffy. Give this a try for Mother's Day Brunch. Your Mama will love them!
This recipe orginated from Cooks Illutstrated which is tried and true, which is why they turn our perfectly tender and light on the inside and golden and crisp on the outside.
These addictive crispy shallots take only minutes to make in the microwave... then the sky's the limit on how you use these crispy, salty, rings of garnish fantastic-ness. Sprinkle these over anything that would be more lovely with crispy, sweet, and salty goodness. Roasted vegetables, soups, eggs, really, almost anything. You may want to hide them or make a double batch as my family can't resist snacking on them.
These are DOWNRIGHT D E L I C I O U S. The pork belly is slowly braised for 3 hours, so the meat becomes fall-apart tender. Then it's simmered in a sauce of mirin, sake, soy sauce, and a lil' sugar that creates the flavor phenomena of a pork belly taco. Check out my blog for all the deets and LET'S GET COOKIN'!!!!
This simple recipe will please even the pickiest non-veggie eater. The zucchini is diguised in a creamy, cheesy sauce, with a lovely crispy topping. Let's get cookin'!
There is nothing that says comfort food like a popover. A popover is a lovely roll made from an egg batter and baked in popover pans (or you can use a muffin pan). Popovers are soft on the inside and crispy on the outside with cheesy goodness baked on top. These are a perfect side dish to any meal or can be served as a brunch option with jam, but always with some soft butter.
Make ahead yummy goodness. Perfect brunch make ahead dish. Even though a Fall breakfast, my daughter requests in June for her Birthday!