So I have an absolutely amazing dish for you today. The greatest thing about this dish is how simple it is, and dare I say it? A bit healthy haha. This is a dish made up of brown rice, steamed asparagus, and grilled salmon with a garlic butter sauce.
I wanted a good, wholesome dinner for the end of my stressful finals week and I had been eating a lot of sandwiches so I decided to try my hand at making a protein-rich dish that tasted amazing. The dish will take a little while to cook due to the length of time it takes to cook brown rice, but I thoroughly enjoy brown rice over white rice nowadays, not just because of the health benefits but also for taste.
Continue reading “A Delicious Salmon dinner”
Hello everyone, thanks for checking out my latest dish! I was in the mood for a hearty sandwich for some comfort food after finals, and I’ve always wanted to try my hand at making teriyaki so I made this delicious chicken teriyaki sandwich.
This recipe will comfortably fill one person’s stomach, but I even had a little bit left over for later. The real highlights (and necessities!) of the sandwich are based on the fresh ingredients, and homemade teriyaki sauce. So let’s jump in and get started! Continue reading “Sandwich of the day: Chicken Teriyaki!”
Hello fellow foodies and welcome back! I took a short hiatus from updating TrueGrub due to my semester workload getting a bit heavier than usual, but fret not, I’m back with a great new recipe for you!
This recipe is a twist on a burger classic that I’m sure at least most of you are familiar with. Being able to cook a burger is a good staple for any home cook to have in their arsenal, and was the first meal that I learned how to cook on my own.
There are a few unique techniques I can offer in ways to make your burger taste the best it can, but the real flavor lies in how you season the meat, the quality of meat, and the type of surface you’re cooking on. Continue reading “A Burger bonanza feat. The “Big Zach””
Hello everyone! I’d like to welcome you back to TrueGrub for my latest recipe: Chicken Alfredo! Most of my experience with cooking is related to American cuisine, but I actually worked for a number of years at an Italian restaurant, and this allowed me to pick up some tips and tricks on cooking Italian dishes.
I love the core foundation of most Italian dishes: a tomato based sauce, pasta, and some sort of protein. I’ve dabbled with many tomato based sauces such as marinara, but when I think of comfort food one sauce really comes to mind: Alfredo! Alfredo is a dairy-based sauce that incorporates melted Parmesan cheese and several spices. It is a hearty sauce and probably not the best for those watching calories haha!
There are essentially three components to bringing together Chicken Alfredo successfully: the chicken, the pasta, and of course the sauce. Cooking the protein correctly is always important to a successful dish, but I believe the sauce is what really brings out the flavor in this case. Since this does require three different components, it can be a bit tricky to time all of them correctly but have no fear! I will provide some guidelines for you to make sure all of these ingredients come together to create a wonderful dish. Continue reading “Comfort food Spotlight: Chicken Alfredo”
Hello and welcome back to TrueGrub everyone!
I want to thank everyone for browsing through all my preparatory posts. I hope you’ve got your kitchens ready, because now the recipes are going to start coming in and man they are delicious!
There will still be kitchen prep posts every so often, and the point of those are to get your kitchen as aligned as possible with my own so the recipes will be easier for you to cook. I’m not asking any of my followers to go out and purchase anything if they don’t want, but just remember these are the products I will be using. Awesome! Now that we’ve got that squared away, let’s get to the sandwich of the day: The Reuben!
The Reuben: The featured sandwich today is an interesting one. It has as much of a rich history as it does a unique taste. The Reuben’s actual creator is hotly disputed among sandwich historians, and its origin ranges from delis in New York all the way to Nebraska. Many variations of the original recipe exist and have been renamed for the ingredients used, and also for what part of the country it is from. My recipe is adapted from my dad’s with a slight variation in regards to the original. Continue reading “Sandwich Sunday, feat. The Reuben!”