Sure, takeout is easy—you call into the restaurant, pick out a few stir-fries and noodles that sound good, and then camp out in front of the TV with your little foldable cartons and a pair of splintery chopsticks. But for the most part, making your favorite Chinese takeout dish at home is just as easy, and quicker to boot. These are the 19 takeout classics to master first
Although my use of flavored salt extends to this single recipe — "straw potatoes" seasoned with lemon salt (thanks to April Bloomfield) and fried with rosemary (thanks to Jamie Oliver) — the possibilities are endless. Salt might just become lemon salt from here on out.
Loaded Pub Fries | www.afamilyfeast.com | #appetizer These Loaded Pub Fries are out of this world! Baked potato wedges smothered in cheese, bacon and sour cream and seasoned with smoked paprika. These are the best I've ever had!
Make Your Own Preservative-Free Crystallized Ginger Candy
Are you curious about how to make your own natural, crystalized ginger? Sweet, spicy, chewy, crunchy – Foodal has the perfect recipe for you, and you only need two ingredients! Whether you want a quick tummy tamer or an exciting new garnish for your next dessert, these candies have exactly what you’re looking for: http://foodal.com/recipes/canning/crystallized-ginger-candy/