Turkey Cutlets with Mashed Potatoes, Roasted Broccoli & Caper Sauce
Capers, a traditional ingredient in Mediterranean cuisines, are actually tiny flower buds. They’re plucked before the plant can flower, when the buds are a lovely, dark, olive green. After harvesting, the bud is pickled and kept either in salt or in a salt-vinegar mixture. During this process, the capers release mustard oil, giving them a distinct, savory flavor.
In the recipe for Turkey Cutlets with Mashed Potatoes, you’ll take full advantage of these tasty little buds, using them to make a velvety, tangy sauce to ladle over fluffy mashed potatoes and white meat turkey.
Latin-Spiced Shrimp in Butter Lettuce Cups with Red Quinoa & Poblano, Jicama and Orange Salad
There are innumerable ways to get food from the plate to where it belongs – your mouth. Since the dawn of time, people have been coming up with ways to make eating easier with less mess. Sandwiches, wraps, burritos, canapés, and chips all make food a little easier to handle.
In Latin-Spiced Shrimp in Butter Lettuce Cups, you’ll use lettuce cups to get the job done. The tender, sweet, crisp leaves of this special lettuce are a perfect, beautiful vehicle for the flavorful shrimp and juicy citrus salad in this recipe.
I wouldn’t call this Seared Tuna Chirashi recipe authentic. Ahi tuna was served on rice and topped with a blood orange salad and capers. It’s different, and flavor is quite pleasant. Continue reading “Seared Tuna Chirashi” »