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Tomato and Cheese Stuffed Pork LoinMarch 25th, 2017 in Main Dishes, Pork by Julia Volhina
Creative way to stuff pork loin – slice it up like a “book”, marinate, put tasty ingredients in between “pages” and then roast.
I stuffed pork loin with tomato slices, shredded cheese and sliced thin garlic cloves for a hint of spice.
For this recipe meat is marinated for about 12 hours before cooking. So allow some time for that, you will not be disappointed.
Baked Chicken Thighs in Mustard Soy SauceMay 7th, 2016 in Chicken, Main Dishes by Julia Volhina
Chicken thighs baked in mustard and soy sauce is one of these recipes to use when you need to cook something delicious while spending minimum effort on it.
All you need to do is to whip a sauce together, cover chicken with it and stick it into the oven – cooking doesn’t get any easier than this.
Chicken thighs are juicy and easy to cook without much risk of over drying the meat, so this recipe produces very tender and juicy chicken meat with a hint of spices from curry and mustard.
Deep Fried Pork Rolls with PicklesApril 23rd, 2016 in Main Dishes, Pork by Julia Volhina
Pork rolls with a hint of mustard and pickles inside is not a healthiest recipe out there (due to pork and deep frying) but definitely interesting one to try at some point.
I like to use boneless country style pork ribs cut for this recipe. This cut is usually tender and juicy and easy to flatten into soft cutlets. However another soft pork cut may work here as well.
Make sure meat you use doesn’t have excess amount of fat and other connective tissue, or rolls will get harder to cook through (these I used for pictures had a bit too much of it, but I couldn’t find better one), use meat which has more meat in it with a bit of fat around it.
Baked Cod in Mustard and Lemon MarinadeMarch 26th, 2016 in Fish, Main Dishes by Julia Volhina
Cod fish may taste a bit plain and somewhat boring, but not if prepared with mustard and lemon marinade like in this recipe.
Onions cooked along with fish in the same marinate taste just great (I think I might like onions the same as fish if not more). So don’t be shy on amount of onions to use.
Marinating requires at least an hour, but can be extended to few, as long as you keep the fish is in the fridge. And will allow to do all preparations in advance in needed and then cook fish right before the serving.
Yogurt, Mustard and Lemon Juice Salad DressingMarch 12th, 2016 in Sauces & Dips & Spreads by Julia Volhina
Yogurt, mustard and lemon juice salad dressing tastes great especially in meat based salads, but is also good with tomatoes, good on sandwiches and as dipping sauce.
It can be used as lighter substitute for mayo: if you compare 900 calories for 5oz of mayo to about 140 calories of similar amount of this dressing.
Now, taste of this dressing will vary based on what kind of mustard you use, as well as based on proportion of mustard and lemon juice. Just experiment with different types and proportions to your liking.
I like using chobani yogurt for this one: there is enough space in the container to fit mustard and juice and mix, so no need to use extra bowl for mixing.
Fried Meat with Mustard and EggsMay 9th, 2015 in Beef, Chicken, Main Dishes, Pork by Julia Volhina
The magic of this recipe is in the fact that you can prepare everything for it a day before and then just fry the meat when the time is right.
You can actually store marinated meat in fridge for longer and just fry a portion you need every time you need it, which may save time eventually.
Results may vary depending on the taste of mustard you use. So use the one you like :).
The same goes for peppers – I used a mixture I had on hands: red pepper, black pepper, white pepper, coriander, etc, but you can use whatever you like the most.
Choose softer cut of beef for this recipe, pork or chicken may work too.
Chicken with Mustard, Honey and CurryNovember 16th, 2013 in Chicken, Main Dishes by Julia Volhina
Unusual combination of ingredients which produces interesting taste results: chicken pieces roasted under sauce made of mixture of melted butter, mustard, honey and curry.
This recipe is good choice for romantic or family dinner, leftovers can be reheated and served for lunch.
You can use chicken thighs (like I did), or drums, or a whole chicken sliced into portion pieces. Please note that drums will require less time for cooking.