What is your specialty dish?

by serenitynow! 14 Replies latest jw friends

  • serenitynow!
  • serenitynow!

    For me it's spaghetti. I've perfected my recipe over the years. I don't make it that often- maybe once a year. It's labor intensive. I don't really cook that often.

    The next time I make it I am going to make garlic bread to go with it with a roasted garlic/olive oil and kosher salt recipe.

    What dish do you do the best? If it's easy please tell me how!

  • beksbks

    Hmmm maybe Chicken Enchiladas. You would have to ask my kids or my husband though.

  • coffee_black

    Garlic Shrimp with linguini


  • sooner7nc

    The wife's speciality is Chicken Enchiladas and I'd put them up against anyones. They are like sex in a tortilla. My culinary thing is Chili and slow cooked Brisket. Chili: 1/2 Slow roasted pork butt 1/2 coarse ground chuck chili pepper cayenne pepper brown sugar kosher salt fresh garlic red onion adobo peppers paprika black pepper white pepper cumin Dos Equis Ambar Scaled to how much you want to make. Brisket: Dijon mustard glaze sprinkled with brown sugar fresh garlic cracked black pepper kosher salt chopped onions Fat side down... ...deliciousness up.

  • beksbks

    Oh hayell no! I challenge your wife to a duel!! I make the most awesome Chicken Enchiladas.

  • sooner7nc

    You better bring your A-game beks, cause that little Mexican can cook her ass off.

    and after she cooks her ass off it somehow finds its way onto my ass...go figure

  • beksbks

    Huh! Are we talkin' specialty dish, or are we talkin' specialty DISH!!

    Ok, I'm off to watch a movie. I've already made an awesome dinner. Honey!!!!! Here I come!!!!!!!!

  • Heartbreaker

    One of three actually

    1) Spicy Crab Dip served with toasted baguette slices

    2) Asian Ramen Noodle Slaw

    3) Chili Rellenos and homemade corn tortillas

  • Lady Lee
    Lady Lee

    Well it depends on who's coming to dinner

    Rigatoni with a homemade pasta sauce that has cooked all day over a low heat and is filled with either chichen legs or meatballs - for family

    Baked ham with pineapple, scalloped potatoes and baby corn - as a JW many many years ago

    crab sauteed in garlic butter with red and green peppers and onions served over a plate of steaming capellini coated with garlic butter - for me and very special friends

    now I am hungry again

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