This pescatarian version of my recipe for Paella was made with vegetable stock, Soyrizo and with chicken served on the side for those who wished to have it.
For those of you who own my first cookbook “The Soup Pot” (which you can purchase in my online shop here, my Etsy shop here, or on Amazon here), and who are also on Weight Watchers, I’ve broken down the points per serving for every soup recipe in the book! Here’s a look at some…
From Huevos Rancheros to burritos, green chili is the king of sauces, and as chili in the bowl you just cannot beat it.
Pa, a veteran of WWII, at age 93 as I write this, just saw my second cookbook. The significance of that is that I dedicated the book to he and his late wife Helen (Gram).
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Ten Unexpected Ways to Use Stock
My recipe makes the process simple for getting this wonderful and festive dish on your dinner table.
I tried it out in my 7-day perpetual bone broth and I will use this likely hundreds of times.
Update 6/1/16 “One Dish Wonders” by Melissa Machowski of M Delish Boutique is now available for sale here!
Last night I tested the final draft of the Paella recipe for my next cookbook, “One Dish Wonders”. The results were worthy of sending to my recipe testers! Here are a few photos of my Paella recipe test results : Pre-orders of “One Dish Wonders” available now! Here are some recipe test photos:
Making perpetual bone broth. Herb and vegetables with chicken.
Easy French Onion Soup. Snapshots of this recipe (available in “The Soup Pot” HERE) as demonstrated in my home kitchen. Easy and delicious!