My mom tells me that she sometimes made Chicken Divan Casserole for us when we were growing up. I am not about to call my mother a liar, but somehow the food memory didn't dig itself very far into my brain, so this isn't a dish I would have thought to seek out a recipe for and make... A couple weeks ago, though, a friend mentioned some pangs of nostalgia for the Chicken Divan his mom had made for him when he was young...and what kind of friend would I be if I didn't try to make a version of this classic for him? (I know the pictures of the finished dish are a little scrappy, but it's comfort food so I wasn't about to mess around with fancy plating...)
Monday, March 4, 2013
Friday, March 1, 2013
I haven't made a lot of "new" dishes lately, but something I do a lot of is re-making things I've made before, only switching the cooking method over to sous vide. I tried this with two curries last week, and was incredibly happy (for different reasons) with both dishes... The first dish was Beef Rendang with Roti Canai.
As I mentioned when I made the Mission Street Food Buttery Flatbread, one of the reasons I was a little disappointed by that flatbread was my preexisting love of an easier version... I first made these Roti Canai almost 5 years ago when I was still living in Australia. (I have no idea where the original recipe came from anymore...) They're kind of fun to make, super-delicious, and super-buttery...