Posted at 5:43 pm
Just today I have bought Chipotle Mayo in store. We bought it coincidentally couple of weeks ago (when I wanted to grab something completely else) for BBQ. And it was one of the best mistakes I have ever done 😀 I have absolutely fallen in love with it and while having a bit of time and reading all your posts, I have came across this recipe for Chipotle Mayo!!! And as soon as we finish the bought one (which is not going to take that long), I am definitely going to try this one. Nothing is better than the homemade one…
Sooo… if you are Chipotle lovers, give it a try!
Have a great week!
Vero & little Canito
Chipotle Mayo is one of the most useful no-thinking-involved recipes you can have in your arsenal. Frequently referred to as Chipotle Crema or Chipotle Aioli, this is a Secret Sauce that will have your friends and family giving your kitchen skills all the credit for its addictive flavor. 22 more words
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Posted at 3:26 pm
Time is just flying! It has been while I have posted something. Lot of is going on at this moment… Last week, my husband celebrated the fact that he is getting older and this dish was his birthday dinner 🙂 Together with white wine and cheesecake afterwards.
What do you need:
500 g salmon
1 cup Basmatti rice
250 g green beans
250 g cherry tomatoes / 8 – 10 salad tomatoes
300 g asparagus
handful of fresh basil leaves
Take a bigger pan and add oil. Heat it up and afterwards add green beans and small pieces of asparagus. Add cup of rice into the pan and mix everything properly. When done, poor 2.5 – 3 cup of water together with vegetable stock into the pan, add handful of fresh basil leaves and at the end add salmon pieces. I am not big fan of cooked tomatoes, so I did wait until the biggest amount of water is cook and added tomatoes at the end of cooking on top. The whole time, cover the pan with lid.
To finalize this dish, serve with white wine 🙂 And of course, enjoy! Quick, easy and delicious.
Vero & little Canito