Butter & Herbs Tilapia Fish & Veggies 🐟🥗 Hey Everyone,
As promised here is my 17 minute yummy dinner. My boyfriend even gave it 5 stars, so why not share the awesomeness.
Ingredients - 4 tilapia fish fillets 🐟
- 4 slices of butter 🔪
- Mince garlic - Parsley 🌱🍃
- Orgeno 🌱🍃
- Herb & cheese club house mix
- Chilli flakes🍂
- Olive oil - Peppers🌶
- Broccoli 🌳
- Portobello mushrooms 🍄
- Mini potatoes 🥔
1. Wash your fillets and spread them out on a flat cookie sheet.
2. Rub the butter onto the fish fillets and then add your spices (garlic, chilli flakes, orgeno, parsley, housemix)
3. Wash and cut your veggies to the desire portion size/shape.
4. In a deep dish, put your veggies and mini potatoes.
5. Drizzle olive oil all over the veggies and potatoes and mix it around / shake the pan around to mix the oil. Add your spices - club house herb/cheese spice
6. Cook at 425 for 17 minutes
Sit for 5 minutes before serving.
What's everyone having for lunch?! This is mine! Be sure to load up on vegetables!!! Not so much potatoes and corn - they contain a lot of CHO which makes them more of a starchy vegetable. But eat more cauliflower, broccoli, mushrooms, zucchini, green leafy veggies, squash, Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes (not too much) etc. I tend to eat all my veggies first then the LEAN piece of meat! I usually have chicken thighs, chicken drumsticks, or chicken breast for lunch! Top is off with PLENTY of water! #food#lunch#eat#healthy#happy#fit#realfood#veggies#leanprotein
YAMATO 🍲🍲 FOR THE FULL REVIEW, VISIT THE LINK IN OUR BIO!!! ☝️☝️☝️Yamato is another recent addition to the east side of Manhattan. After reading numerous mixed reviews about this ramen ya, I finally decided to try it for myself.
On paper, Kenneth Yin, owner and co partner, has done everything right. From the website, to the menu, to the décor and menu items, this ramen ya and izakaya has covered all it’s bases.
The menu boasts an incredible number of options for everything from donburi, to gyoza, buns, and ramen. I chose the Hakata Tonkotsu ramen in order to see what chef Yamakage is capable of at base level.
The broth itself was pure and silky smooth, albeit lean compared to totto and ippudo. The noodles were thin, straight, and white as they should be, however did little to help slurp up the broth.
The chasiu, or as Yamato calls it: Yakibuta, was not as tender as I would have liked, although the absence of fat helped keep the bowl from being too heavy.
The accompanying soft boiled egg, scallions, kikurage mushrooms, and pickled ginger were all great balancing elements, and provided nice textural and flavoral differences.
Overall the bowl was good, but not great. The lack of pungency of the broth, and the fact that the noodles didn’t really transport the broth, both hindered my experience. The pork could be slightly softer as well.
One complaint, more to do with management than with service or atmosphere, has to do with the price point. $15 is a high price for an unknown ramen ya. With Momosan (which starts its pricing at $11) just a short walk away, it seems like a poor decision to start out so high without a reputation to back it up.
Kahvenin yanında farkında olmadan 3-4 kurabiye yemeniz garanti bu minik lezzetlerle😄
250 gr tereyağ
1 kahve fincanı sıvı yağ
3 yemek kaşığı kakao
1 su bardağı ince çekilmiş ceviz
1 yemek kaşığı beyaz susam
1 su bardağı pudra şekeri
1 tatlı kaşığı kabartma tozu
Aldığı kadar un
Yeteri kadar sütlü çikolata(benmari usulü eritilecek)
Yumuşamış tereyağı,sıvı yağ ve yumurta çırpılır ve ardından tüm malzemeler ilave edilir.unu kontrollü bir şekilde dökmeyi unutmayın.5 dk kadar dinlendirilir.ve misketten çok az daha büyük olacak şekilde yuvarlanır.yağlı kağıt serili tepsiye hamurumuz bitene dek devam edilir.170 derecelik fırında pişirin.
Fırından çıkardığımız kurabiyeleri soğuduktan sonra benmari usulü erittiğimiz çikolataya bulayıp çikolatanın donmasını bekliyoruz.