What do fresh peaches, chilli powder, and lime salted chips have in common? More than you might think, and they can make a uniquely delicious nacho dish.iaian7 » blog » recipes John Einselen, 7.06.11 (updated 20.06.11)
Sharp and pungent, this was inspired by a key lime cheese ball I sampled a while back. It was a bit on the mild side, and of course contained sugar, so here’s my version! Healthier, and with just a bit more punch, but ridiculously simple to make.iaian7 » blog » recipes John Einselen, 24.04.11 (updated 10.05.11)
A delightful way to cook broccoli, roasting skips the mushy pitfalls of boiling, steaming, or microwaving. The results are flavourful, crisp, and even buttery!iaian7 » blog » recipes John Einselen, 13.08.10 (updated 14.08.10)
As any short term missionary knows, you’ve got to bring back a recipe. This is mine, updated for those of us that don’t do sugar, and just a hint of vanilla. Enjoy!iaian7 » blog » recipes John Einselen, 31.05.09 (updated 31.05.09)
Bold tones of ginger and peach, mixed with the summer freshness of strawberries and coriander. Makes enough for 6-8 individual salads.iaian7 » blog » recipes John Einselen, 13.05.07 (updated 13.08.10)
A great warm dish with a bit of spice. Cozy up with a mug of milk for a simple meal (adding provolone cheese on top), or sprinkle with sugar and use as a desert for larger gatherings. Can serve anywhere from 4 to 8.iaian7 » blog » recipes John Einselen, 18.03.07 (updated 31.05.09)
The sometimes thin flavour of peaches and vinegars is bolstered by the subtle warmth of pepper and sweetened to perfection. Works well with simple salads and spinach greens. Serves 4-8.iaian7 » blog » recipes John Einselen, 14.02.07 (updated 14.05.07)
A sharp accompaniment to plain salad greens, and an excellent dressing for chicken salads. Letting it ruminate in the refrigerator for a day or two can only make it better as the flavours blend and mellow. Makes enough for about 3 full salads, or 6 small ones.