A Delectable and Unusual Dry Rub for Grilling made with Ceylon black tea to it. Slofoodgroup's Pekoe Grade Ceylon Loose Leaf Black Tea. The tea adds another layer of smokiness and flavor to any grilled meat or vegetarian alternative.
Black tea absolutely can be used in a brine and is actually a pretty phenomenal flavoring agent. This brine recipe mixes it with other accompaniments typical to tea drinking, including honey and lemon. Use it on a smoked chicken, as we did here, or to tenderize any other meats your heart (and stomach) desires.
Thit Kho Tau is a popular slow-cooked Caramelized pork dish and a classic Vietnamese comfort food. This version consists of bite-sized pork belly cuts, simmered in coconut water and fish sauce, with other sweet and spiced ingredients adding to the delectability of the dish.
Every cook needs a good recipe for a Hearty Beef Stew for the autumn and winter seasons. This dutch oven version incorporates dried porcini mushrooms which infuse depth of flavor into the dish and cinnamon to tease the senses.
Beef Tartare with Nutmeg Hollandaise Sauce and White Truffle Carpaccio is an easy-to-prepare, yet extravagant dish that will impress any guest. It's suitable for a fine-dining experience but simple enough for at-home entertaining.
If you have dried porcinis and don't know what to do with them, you have got to try this Marbella-inspired chicken recipe. The umami flavor provided by the mushrooms and olives combines beautifully with the sweetness of the fruit and saltiness of the capers for a rustic take on the classic Chicken Marbella.