A favorite at any party, tail-gate, or picnic is pulled meat – chicken, pork, beef, or even lamb. For great, flavorful pulled meat, there is the long way (sitting in front of your favorite smoker), or the short way. We have tested a number of techniques to create some wonderful BBQ-style chicken, pork, or beef recently using some of the Serious Foodie sauces (click HERE to check out all our products). The folks that tasted our final product raved about the flavors, so we wanted to share our simple recipe with you. This dish comes together in a snap, and stays true to the Serious Foodie mantra of easy, delicious, and healthy gourmet at home. The featured image shows pulled chicken with the Mango/Aji Amarillo sauce, but you can also use the Peruvian Blood Orange/Aji Panca sauce, Hatch Chile sauce, Pomegranate grill sauce, New Zealand grill sauce, or the Mexican Mole. This recipe works perfectly with one of our fresh slaw recipes – click HERE. We love the Asian slaw with the Mango pulled chicken shown in the featured image. We used a very nice carrot slaw for the Mexican Pulled Chicken sandwich. Simple Pulled Chicken – The Serious Foodie […]
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Butternut squash might be fall’s most versatile, but potentially the most boring, vegetable. While you can put it in soups, salads, and pasta (and even dessert), it has a danger of being bland it left on its own. We have a simple way to up your game with butternut squash – add some flavorful, slightly exotic Serious Foodie Peruvian Blood Orange sauce to the mix (click HERE to purchase, or find it at a store near you). In this recipe, we’re serving the squash mashed – mashed squash makes a versatile side dish throughout the fall and winter, since it goes with just about everything. It’s perfect with roasted meats like duck, chicken or pork loin – or as a hearty side with a vegetarian meal. Don’t mash too much though — leave it on the chunky side. Alternatively, you can just roast the squash, then pour a bit of the Blood Orange Sauce over the top when serving. Mashed Butternut Squash with Peruvian Blood Orange Sauce Prep time: 10 mins Cook time: 1 hour Total time: 1 hour 10 mins Serves: Serves 4-6 This recipe also works well with sweet potatoes or yams. Ingredients 2 pounds butternut squash, peeled, […]
Salmon is a flavorful, great source of protein – easy to cook and healthy, and found almost everywhere. It’s one of our go-to weekly dishes—tender, mild-tasting, and versatile.
At a recent foodie festival, we had the opportunity to taste a delicious vegetarian taco which featured fresh vegetables and an excellent corn crema sauce – you can check out the original Food & Wine recipe by clicking HERE. We are republishing the original recipe, while also suggesting that you add a bit more zing to the recipe with one of our Serious Foodie sauces. Author: Mr. Serious Foodie Prep time: 15 mins Total time: 15 mins Serves: Serves 4 There are a lot of other veggies that will work with recipe – but we really liked the version from the original Food & Wine article. As suggested by Food & Wine, a bit of shredded chicken, pork or beef, or maybe some grilled shrimp, can be added for the carnivores in the group. maybe some grilled shrimp, can be added for the carnivores in the group. Ingredients 1 cup Greek yogurt ¼ cup extra-virgin olive oil 2 ounces creamy feta cheese 3 tablespoons finely chopped cilantro 2-3 ears fresh corn, cooked 1 can northern, or garbanzo beans – rinsed ½ teaspoon ground cumin Kosher salt Pepper Eight 6-inch flour tortillas 1 jar Serious Foodie Sauce (suggested: Hatch Chile, Mirasol […]