Recipes for the Young Adult

honey soy glazed salmon

I sent this recipe to Andy and at the end of that very day, he sent me the photo on the right!  He went to the store, bought everything and
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chicken romano meatballs

These chicken romano meatballs are delicious.   Little balls of chicken, lemon, garlic, herbs, red pepper flakes and cheese (!!).  Good.  Yummy.  Simple.  Tasty.  Those are the adjectives for today.
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shrimp egg rolls (air fried)

Never thought I’d ever make egg rolls – but I did!  And wow – Andy and Sylvie thoroughly enjoyed and I did too.  Rob – not a huge fan of
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spicy porcini steak rub

I can’t seem to find all the photos I’ve taken of this steak rub recipe.  It’s weird.  Oh well – you can get the picture with just one I suppose.
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miso glazed spicy honey cod (20 minutes at most)

My mother must have exclaimed 23 times throughout the meal that “Lisi, this is DELICICIOUS, seriously Lisi, delicious.”  And then about 3 minutes later “this is my kind of taste,
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simply delicious ground meat/(optional)egg stir fry

This recipe is soooo easy.  Simple.  And you can change it up so easily picking a different protein each time.  Veggies too.  Egg or no egg.   Everyone loves this.
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french onion soup meatballs

I love French onion soup so when I saw this recipe I knew I had to try it.  So glad I did.  The caramelized onions, rich beef broth and little tasty meatballs
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general thoughts for the young/Inexperienced cook

IN GENERAL Please try to read all of this section.  It will just take about 4 minutes and you might learn something.  You never know.  There is a separate section
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a note on cilantro

Cilantro is one of my favorite herbs – but it is one of the dirtiest Grit can ruin dish – so to clean it: Fill a bowl with cool water,
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general shopping list for the young adult

Protein – chicken, beef, fish, shrimp (frozen uncooked shrimp are good to have on hand) Fresh oranges, lemons and limes An assortment of fresh veggies, and don’t forget garlic and onion
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