ladiesss, gentssss, HIIIIII ! I know, I know, I went M.I.A. yet again. Soo much great things have been going on and I wanted to share some with YOU!
As you all know, I have a passion for being in the kitchen. loll not only to eat, but I LOVE LOVE LOVE to coooook =] and I have been BLESSED with the most awesome opportunity to have my VERY OWN Cooking show!!! ahhhh, sooo exciting!! and luckily, it will be viewable online so everyone all over can tune in =] I begin taping this week so I hope you guys are keeping in me in your prayers.
I will def. be back very soon with the link so all my favorite bloggers (you, you, you, ANNDDDDD YOU!) can tune in, give me insight, feedback, and alllll that good stuff!
and these are some meals I have done that will be featured on the show!
annnnnnnnnnd .. WHAT ELSE WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE ME MAKE? LEAVE SOME COMMENTS, LET'S CHAT! MAYBE YOU CAN BE ON WITH ME =]
yaaay, I am back with a super simple and delicious recipe! I've been trying to expand my menu on my Vegetarian Tuesdays & Thursdays . I've been on this Tilapia kick, but I did shrimp this time =] So let's get started with this Yellow Rice with Shrimp, Peppers, and Onions.
1 sm. Red Pepper
1 sm. Yellow Pepper
1 sm. Green Pepper
1.5 lbs. of Shrimp [peel & deveined]
1 package Imitation Crabmeat
1 Box Goya Yellow Rice
Old Bay, to taste
Garlic Salt or Powder, to taste
Pepper, to taste
Onion Powder, to taste
Cayenne Pepper, to taste
Duck Sauce, to taste
First, follow the directions on the box of Yellow Rice and sit aside on stove.
Now, chop all veggies very fine in nice bite size pieces. Sautee them in a large pan.
Lightly season the veggies [optional] as they begin to soften.
Lightly season seafood in a separate bowl with OldBay, Pepper, Onion Powder, and Garlic. Add seafood to veggies. Add a tablespoon or so of Duck Sauce. It gives it a little sweet kick. I also added a LITTLE Cayanne Pepper - don't add alot or the spicy taste will overtake and ruin this entire dish!
Cover. Allow to cook on low heat until shrimp turns the orangish pink and veggies are nice and soft.
Add to cooked rice and WAH-LAH.
Easy, Quick, and tasty!
I also made some fresh broccoli and ate it with it. I would've put it all together but my dad doesn't like broccoli so I had to accommodate everyone..loll
Hope you enjoyed this simple meal - try it, let me know how yours came out! Also, I'd LOVE to hear any twists you put to your dish =]