The 9th day of Christmas. Wishing you all a blissful new year. Be safe and well!…

The 9th day of Christmas.
Wishing you all a blissful new year. Be safe and well!
Gooey Tomatillos Chicken Shrimps Guacamole Casserole Topped with Extra Mixed Cheese
A generous portion of cheesy goodness with HIIT sessions for a good rotation.
Leftover makeover. Have you remembered little tips for leftover guacamole on the previous post? Here comes the moment of truth.
>Tips are on the comment thread. If needed, see attached.
The flavor of the casserole pulled up a changed up. Tangy but not stimulating taste was coming through. Fully cooked avocado brought a weight to the whole dish like a basso continuo. Rich, catchy and gooey, just amazing! This is one of the cases that can bring to me some sense cooking tomatillos with avocados.
Well, overall, open faced sandwich could be a nice idea for leftover guacamole. That is close to a recipe of salad with dressing in action though, it likely makes a kind of little gap around regular uses.
This recipe basically pairs well with pasta alternatives for grain free such as edamame pasta and chickpea pasta. I omitted it to act on a specific diet style, you could take a shot.
Baguette will be a nice accompaniment for this. This casserole is often done to stewish quality. It could be a star of your meal time.
High purity konjac will be quite a good idea in this recipe, which means there’s no need to use cooking oil. Taste won’t be lacking even if you keep fat from this in addition. The topping is just an option, for sure. Adding some fat to the dish will always work, so it might sound nothing but a normal thing. Still, konjac dish could be something else because konjac is literally able to absorb fat.
Tips are on options tab. If needed, head on over there. Anyway, in terms of the flavor, all great. I’ve always been rocking back and forth replaying the tasty memories in choosing one of them for a meal. Have your way, have a whale of a time!
In regard to a pairing of the brass table bell and three measuring spoons, it’s factored by symbolization ingrained in older traditions of Christmas. This is anything but a sudden advance, including rhetorical context as a whole as well as a part, I’ll skip all specification of that.

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16 thoughts on “The 9th day of Christmas. Wishing you all a blissful new year. Be safe and well!…

  1. • Tips for the casserole
    (about for 4 servings)
    1. Ingredients
    ▶️About 1+1/2 cups of leftover guacamole
    Made from 1+1/2 cups of half mashed avocado, 1 handful of wild arugula chopped, 1/4 tsp. dried oregano, 1/8 tsp. ground coriander, 1 tbsp. lime juice, 1/2 tbsp. lemon juice, ground black pepper and Kosher salt to season.
    ▶️1 tsp. ground pepper for guacamole in addition
    ▶️1/2 medium sized onion finely chopped seasoned with 1/8 tsp. Kosher salt
    It’s not necessary to go caramelized onions. Sweated onions will work well.
    ▶️3 garlic cloves chopped
    ▶️650g to 700g tomatillos thawed, drained
    ▶️1 tsp. fresh cilantro chopped seasoned with 1/8 tsp. Sriracha sauce
    ▶️1/16 tsp. paprika
    ▶️200g “washed” chicken breast diced
    I highly recommend marinating the chicken with lemon juice and white wine vinegar. Keep it for about 30 min at rooms temperature. After rinse, pat well.
    It will make a big difference. As unlikely as that is. Give it a go!
    ▶️250g shrimps prepared
    ▶️Pepper and salt to season
    In short, if you prefer using quite amount of cooking oil, you could just skip this out. In the same breath, you could add a kick to your dish. It will come out nicely.
    As for the seasoning, it will be much better to add pepper and salt to all ingredients respectively. Using them little by little, it might be a hassle somewhat, still it’s always rewarding. In case of seafood dishes, it could be even bigger than that.
    Staying in control of moisture and temperature during cooking, that is important to get an evenly spiced and clear aftertaste of the outcome. In that regard, every ingredient should be drained off and seasoned well before you start to cook. It will make a very big difference on every single level. In terms of the aftertaste and mouthfeel, it’s safe to say it will hold all the aces.
    >Continued on the reply

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