After a looooong and interesting day in class, I decided to cook most of the produce that was about to go bad in my fridge. I doubt
students anyone in general wants to do the typical stirfry solution. The goal of this blog is to prove that good food isnt a far off dream to students, professionals, or anyone who has a time crunch.
Type: Budget |Time Saver
Cost: Less Than $6 for Two servings
Time: Less Than 30 Minutes
Main Ingredients: Chicken Thighs, Okra, Red and Yellow Peppers.
I pan seared two boneless chicken thighs and seasoned it with basil, olive oil and lemon juice with a small amount blend spices.
I pan fried okra using a small amount of butter, garam masala, pink himalayan salt, and pink and black peppercorns.
With some of the jus from the chicken, I created a sauce using basil, white VQA wine (reisling) and creme.
Finally, I chopped up some red and yellow bell peppers and tossed them with a little bit of salt and pepper with some white wine (reisling).