Tempeh is an ingredient that you may not know how to cook, I know I didn’t when I first heard of it years ago. But it is a delicious and healthy source of protein when prepared properly! This Thai Peanut Tempeh Sautee comes together in under 20 minutes and it is great for serving on top of a salad, or with rice and steamed veggies with the extra sauce for drizzling!
My family loves to cook and entertain. One person in particular is my Uncle Ken who is known for his famous chili burrow’s recipe. This dish is best described as a Mexican chili that you stuff into a flour tortilla shell like a burrito hence the name chili burrow. Combining ground beef and steak with green chilis creates a spicy yet tangy filling for a burrito! This recipe has been a family favorite for many years and trust me this recipe feeds a crowd! I hope you all will enjoy them as much as we do.
My husband did the majority of the cooking when we first met, he used to make Italian sausage and bell pepper pasta that was so delicious! I however couldn’t make mac and cheese out of a box! So I became a self taught cook. I have never taken a formal cooking class, everything I learned was by watching chef’s on the cooking channel’s and by reading A LOT of cook books. The two main things I learned to change up pasta were to “toast” pasta in the oven to give it a totally different flavor and to cook pasta in different broth’s to give it a much richer flavor than boiling it in water alone. I have come up with my own version of Italian sausage, pepper and onion pasta that is very flavorful and it’s now one of my husbands favorite dishes!