Good day everyone😊😊 chicken à l'orange my way😁 anyone?
This meal is balanced, you can served it with whole grain rice, it is even better. It contains vitamins, minerals, calcium(sesame), proteins, healthy fat and carbs. And the most important it is really so delicious🤤🤤 Recipe
🍊 Chicken ~ 700 g diced (marinade: 1/2 orange juice, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, paprika powder)
🍊 1 diced onion
🍊 2 minced garlic cloves
🍊 1 diced red bell pepper
🍊 2 tsp olive oil
🍊 1 tsp ginger powder
🍊 1 tsp curcuma
🍊 1 cup orange juice
🍊 1 cup chicken broth
🍊 1/4 cup water mixed with 2 tsp corn starch
🍊 3 tbs soja sauce
🍊 1/4 cup sesame seeds
➡️➡️ Marinate the chicken and keep it in the fridge at least 1 hour. Better overnight
➡️➡️ In a wok or frying pan, heat 2 tsp olive oil. Add onions and sautee.
➡️➡️ Add chicken and sautee.
➡️➡️ Add red bell pepper.
➡️➡️ When they are well cooked add monced garlic and ginger powder.
➡️➡️ Cook until nice gold color appears then add sesame seeds.
➡️➡️ At the end add orange juice, chicken broth, soja sauce and the mix water/ corn starch and the curcuma and let everything simmer for about 10 minutes. The sauce will thicken.
➡️➡️ To be served with rice😁😁🍊😁 #صحنك_صحتك#eathealthy#eatsmart#sesame#sesameseeds#proteins#foodfit#balancedmeal#hähnchen#chicken#orange#orangesauce#yummy#paprika#bellpeppers
Okay. I gotta come out honestly. About a week and a half before #finals , My mind was like, “HEY! I wanna make a #pizza with #homemade#meatballs and #pesto that uses my leftover thai basil and leftover #pinenuts because well shoot, I don’t eat pizza like I used to as I stick to a disciplined diet.
So I also ended up using ordinary roma🍅 , lil bit of olive oil and dry white #wine like chardonnay, along with some spices like basil and sage. The sauce needed to be thick and despite the thickness, i added some tomato paste cuz I want to assure the texture.
Anyway, to make the #pizzadough was like ordering an unpopular food at a fast food restaurant; it took me some time to make as all pizza dough requires satisfying a bunch of obnoxious live culture called #yeast that is not related to what some viewers here are thinking but is used in your #beer . Anyway, I added them along with some sugar warm water and let that foam and then mix it with flour olive oil and additional flour, water, or oil to knead and pulverize it so as to get the dough to rise in room temperature. Last the rest is history as I added the toppings and others like #artichoke , #olives kalamata and manzanilla, #capers , and #bellpeppers followed by kicking it into the oven. ¡Parlo poco italiano e fue magnífico!
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Bell peppers aren’t only an additional vegetable to be tossed into your salad bowl, but they contain many beneficial nutrients as well. Bell pepper is a versatile vegetable that you can cook and consume raw as well. Nutritionists have favored it due to the plenty of healthy properties bell peppers contain. They have potential to keep your body protected against factors that can affect it adversely.
What is Bell Peppers?
All peppers are grown as green peppers or capsicum. They begin changing color gradually into yellow, orange and finally into the red – depending on how long these peppers stay on the vine. The scientific name for bell peppers is Capsicum annuum L. Moreover, the color of the pepper determines its ripeness; darker color indicates the content of nutrients it contains as well.