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Parsley Yogurt Sauce

Parsley Yogurt Sauce

I have parsley growing beautifuly in the garden. It is doing so well that now I am compiling recipes on what to do with it. Here is one recipe that I liked a lot: Salsa Verde. I added plain yogurt (whole milk) to the recipe since I went anchovies-happy and put too many of them and … Continue reading

Green Chili with Shallot Sambal

Green Chili with Shallot Sambal

Hello again blog! It has been too long. Here is one to add to the list of favorites: Sambal Ijo, green chili sambal, my mom’s recipe. The spicy condiment is a perfect company for poultry, seafood, or meat dishes that are served with rice. With peppers growing in the garden, I have plenty of supply to … Continue reading

Strawberry Raspberry Jam

Strawberry Raspberry Jam

Two weekends ago, I went on a a backpacking trip on the northwest side of Michigan with my husband and a couple of friends. On our drive home, we stopped by a local eatery/store called 13th St. Market. The quaint country cafe served good traditional American breakfast that immediately fulfilled our hunger. What I really liked though … Continue reading

Red Hot Cooked Salsa

Red Hot Cooked Salsa

The other day, I had tons of cherry and beef steak tomatoes. Using a technique that a friend taught me, I turned them into a fantastic red-hot cooked salsa. Easy and delicious! My friend G, whose family came from Oaxaca, Mexico, shared her homemade cooked salsa verde (green salsa) with me a while back. It … Continue reading

Mango Sambal Over Broiled Tilapia

Mango Sambal Over Broiled Tilapia

In Surabaya, there’s this incredible sambal mangga or chili pepper condiment that is mixed with thin-sliced mango. (In Bahasa Indonesia: sambal refers to crushed chili peppers mixture and mangga means mango.) The condiment is usually served with grilled fish, squid, or prawn, and steaming hot jasmine rice. It is simply to die for, as my sister … Continue reading