Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Curried Deviled Eggs

1511703_10153463969706663_6496915431054466567_nWe’ve been on a bit of a deviled eggs kick here in the Cook Lisa Cook house as the eggs are a super simple delicious, ready to grab bite, for a meal or a snack.  They’re also a nice treat along with our Chipotle Stuffed Mushrooms to enjoy with a drink on these hot summer afternoons when we’re kicking back and relaxing on our dock doing nothing but looking out at the water and listening to nature.  We’ve continued to enjoy the Sriracha Deviled Eggs but this week decided to change things up a bit and made some awesome Curried Deviled Eggs.  Again, super simple to make and ready to eat at a moment’s notice. 

11377207_10153463969806663_307825590304444136_nCurried Deviled Eggs

In a large pot, bring water to a boil. Carefully add the eggs to the pot and bring the water back to a full boil.  Allow the eggs to boil for 30 seconds. Cover tightly and reduce heat to low so that it’s just at a simmer.  Cook for 11 minutes. Using a large slotted spoon, remove the eggs from the hot water and place in a bowl of ice water.  Allow the eggs to cool for at least 15 minutes before peeling under cool running water.

Once the eggs are peeled, slice in half and remove the yolks to a bowl and place the hollowed out whites on a platter.  Using the tines of a fork, mash the yolks.  Add in the mayonnaise, curry powder, mango chutney and pepper.  Combine until smooth and add salt to taste.  Place the yolk mixture in a piping bag or Ziploc bag fitted with a star or round piping tip.  Fill each egg white with the yolk mixture.  Dust with curry powder.  Serve cold.


Monday, June 8, 2015

Thai Coffee Frappe

11141192_10153412340876663_4875616280112460535_n Every once in a while we crave a special treat and a Thai coffee is often what is desired. As it's hot outside, we decided to take it one step further and turn that coffee into a Thai Coffee Frappe.  Something a bit different and total deliciousness!!   

11391516_10153412341036663_2885813409639028822_n Thai Coffee Frappe

To the hot coffee, add the coriander, cardamom, cinnamon and vanilla.  Stir to combine and then place covered in fridge overnight (or longer) to cool and for flavors to develop.  When ready to make the frappe, add the spiced coffee, cream, condensed milk and ice to the jar of a blender.  Process until smooth.  Makes 2-3 servings.  Top with whipped cream if desired.  Serve immediately.


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