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My Midwest Kitchen Blog My Midwest Kitchen Toggle navigation My Midwest Kitchen Blog Home About Recipes Appetizers Breakfast Dips and Sauces Drinks Indian Meat Poultry Salads Seafood Sides Snacks Soups Vegetables Vegetarian Desserts Categories Adventures Kitchen Tips Restaurants Travel Cooking Classes Contact Chile De Arbol Salsa Dips and Sauces | August 25, 2017 | By No comments Grab a gallon of milk to soothe the heat that this salsa is going to bring, peeps. It is HOT, HOT, HOT! But, it is also insanely tasty and ridiculously simple to make. I get my chile de arbol peppers from Cermak grocery stores here in the city, but any local grocery store should have them as they are pretty common. You’ll find them dried in your Mexican grocery aisle. The chile de arbol is hot, but not habanero or scotch bonnet hot. It’s the quantity of the chiles that makes this salsa so fiery. To give you an idea, let’s look at the Scoville scale, the measurement system that measures the spiciness of chiles. (more…) Please follow and like us: Follow Green Powerhouse Egg Muffins Breakfast | August 17, 2017 | By No comments The incredible, edible egg. I can’t get enough of them! Along with coffee and half and half (for said coffee), it’s something that I always have in my fridge. They regularly save me on a late weeknight when I am starving and am too tired to cook and are often the protein addition to my work lunches. Eggs are my favorite weekend breakfast and even a favorite snack. I love a good boiled egg with a tasty, fancy mustard. You see, eggs and I have a relationship since childhood, and like all relationships, we have had our ups and downs. (more…) Please follow and like us: Follow Chile Relleno Casserole Meat | March 1, 2017 | By No comments I am not sure when I discovered the chile relleno. I think it was in college (Indiana University..GO HOOSIERS) and my sister and I would go to La Charreada for lunch or dinner. No matter when we would go, it somehow turned into endless laughs and silliness over some white queso dip and chips. Oh, and over my chile relleno. We called La Charreada our “happy place,” because we always had such a grand time even on a random Wednesday. And what is there not to be happy about if it isn’t some Mexican food? Chile rellenos are a stuffed poblano peppers that are breaded and then deep fried. As much as I love cooking, I am not skilled at frying anything. Frying scares me due to the unhealthiness, but truly more so because I am a klutz. Even as I type I am thinking about my recent tummy burn from spilling boiling water on myself from a boiled egg fiasco. How is it that I have a cooking blog? Safety first, Hyam. Safety! The idea of a chile relleno casserole came to me (more…) Please follow and like us: Follow Lamb Coconut Curry Indian, Meat | February 20, 2017 | By 2 comments As one peruses a menu of an Indian restaurant, one might notice that the meat options are focused solely on chicken, seafood, and lamb. But, growing up, lamb was something that was not ever cooked at my house. My mom, to this day, does not like it and so I was not exposed to it until my 20’s when my taste buds began to be more adventurous. At our house, the meat of choice has always been chicken (or ground beef for some amazing kebabs) and so chicken is where my comfort lies when it comes to carnivorous Indian cooking/eating. However, I wanted to add to my Indian food repertoire so I challenged myself to make a lamb dish. (more…) Please follow and like us: Follow Lemon Mint Detox Water Drinks | January 25, 2017 | By No comments January. January is a frigid, dreary month and there is just not a lot going on. It’s the month of my sister’s birthday (sorry, Sissy), and well, that’s it. January = eh. So, to make January a little more exciting, like many of you, I have designated January a detox month (is exciting the appropriate word here?). Is there really a better time to detox than the first month of the year? These past weeks have been filled with low calorie, healthy recipes to clear my system of all the gloriousness of the holiday season. Gloriousness = mac and cheese, chocolate, potatoes, meat, drinks, butter, and pretty much all that happens between Thanksgiving Day and New Year’s. It is my most favorite time of year, but my body has paid the price. While weeks of clean eating is not always fun (like I’m ready for some chips and salsa), it sure has its benefits. I am enjoying more energy, quality sleep, and mindful eating practices. But, my absolute FAVORITE part of this month of cleansing has been my Lemon Mint Detox water. “Water,” you say? YES! (more…) Please follow and like us: Follow ... Older Posts Meet the Editor Read more Recent Posts Chile De Arbol Salsa Green Powerhouse Egg Muffins Chile Relleno Casserole Lamb Coconut Curry Lemon Mint Detox Water Recent Comments on Lamb Coconut Curry Kyle Dahncke on Lamb Coconut Curry Michelle Piek on Blaunch Party and Six Tips for Hosting a Large Event on Classic Hummus Casey Chinsio on Classic Hummus Archives August 2017 March 2017 February 2017 January 2017 November 2016 October 2016 August 2016 July 2016 June 2016 May 2016 April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 November 2015 October 2015 July 2015 Categories Adventures Appetizers Breakfast Desserts Dips and Sauces Drinks Indian Kitchen Tips Meat Poultry Restaurants Salads Seafood Sides Snacks Soups Travel Uncategorized Vegetables Vegetarian Meta Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS TAP ? 2016, My Midwest Kitchen Blog Food Blog Theme Powered by WordPress Whois


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