As I stated in my last blog entry, I typically make two different kinds of quiche at the same time because frozen crusts tend to come in packs of 2. Here is the slightly more complicated recipe I made.
I read somewhere that there is some sort of hatred of quiche amongst some men. I don't get this. Do they hate pie? Eggs? Veggies? Cheese? So why can't they all hang out together and be delicious?
Well I for one LOVE quiche because it is super easy to make, you can switch out the ingredients and basically make any kind you want. Most frozen pie crusts come in a pack of 2, so I tend to make two different kinds.
If I had to pick one dish that was my favorite in the whole world, massaman curry could be it. I say "could" because as you can tell I am absolutely obsessed with food, so picking one food is next to impossible. However, I adore Thai food, and massaman is so close to heavenly it would at least make the top 5.
Maintaining a recipe blog like this is both a blessing and a curse. You are experimenting along the way, so a plus is you're always making something new. However, you're bound to need to make adjustments along the way which interrupts the recipe writing process. That said, I realized halfway through making this that I needed either a bigger pot or to have made less food.
So what did we learn?
You will either need to cut this recipe in half or use a big soup pot to make it!
2 tbsp. oil
1 onion, chopped
2 lb boneless chicken breast or thighs, cut into strips
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 carrots, peeled and sliced
2 large potatoes, peeled and cubed
2 (14 oz) cans coconut milk
8-10 tbsp. massaman curry paste (or red curry paste)*
1 (8 oz) jar satay sauce
1 red pepper, chopped
3 oz. roasted peanuts
*The more curry paste, the spicier. If you can't find massaman paste, you can use red curry but it tends to be spicier.
This weekend was definitely quite cold, and there is no better comfort food to warm the soul than a good old-fashioned bowl of chicken soup. Typically I make Chicken Noodle soup, but I wanted to change it up this time around. This soup is super easy, healthy, and so tasty!