Friday, September 16, 2016

Easy Dish

This what happen when you don't feel well, decide not to cooking for dinner, open the fridge and see nothing there , feel sorry for the two other member of family , and than decide to pull pot ...  confusing, right ??? well that's me ...I think chopping some veggies or presenting a hot warm foods on the table is always in my DNA !!! 

Alright, this is a very simple dish .. that I recommend when you have those kind of situation that I mention above, other than that ... don't bother, just call pizza delivery...and you are done LOL

Catch-Up Chicken
Source : Balaboosta Cook Book by Einat Admony

Ingredients :
1 cup ketchup
1/2 cup apple juice
1 tbsp kosher salt
2 tsp ground cumin
1 tsp hungarian paprika (feel free to substitute with sirracha or other hot pepper)
3 pounds bone-in chicken pieces, skin on
1 medium yellow onion, cut into large chunks
2 tomatoes, cut into wedges

Directions :
Preheat the oven 350 F
Mix together the ketchup, juice, cumin, salt, paprika in a large dutch oven or other heavy pot
Rinse the chicken , pat dry, add into the pot. Add onion, tomatoes, toss together to coat evenly , cover and cook for 45 - 55 minutes, until the juice run clear from a cut between the thigh and leg.


It's friday ... is time to doing some little working on pictures that I taken almost entire week, doing some little work on editing pictures that I taken almost everyday - updating my blog - adding recipes , Nothing fancy thou ..

The second fancy fox quilt is on the way to the new owner, a little smart girl who has bright talent on music.. I hope she will enjoy the quilt and happy to read her mom message on the back of the quilt that I personally hand-stitches for her.  I admit, it was take a lot of time making this quilt and tears also, I think just because I am so distracted with something else on my head ..  but I am so happy the quilt is come very nice ...

if you thinking about next quilt for yourself, kid or just for gift away , please don't hesitate to contact me , this day it will take 2-3 weeks before you get on your hand.  :)