Coq Au Vin is definitely some serious comfort food. A French dish traditionally cooked with a whole rooster and Burgundy wine, in this recipe I use chicken thighs and white wine (Coq Au Vin Blanc).
Ingredient: olive oil
So I had half a baguette left over from dinner the night before and I was trying to figure out what in the world to do with it. I went to the fridge in search of some ideas that wouldn’t require a trip to the store. That was when I saw the lettuce and tomato and the wheels started turning. I immediately started looking for bacon. None! Then I saw the shrimp. This quickly became a no brainer. These Blackened Shrimp Po Boy Bites are really simple to make and pretty quick too. And if you happen to have some bacon on hand, everything is better with bacon. (more…)
A very simple recipe for Blackened Shrimp using my Blackened Seasoning. If you don’t eat the straight out the pan they’re very good dipped in Garlic Brown Butter or Cocktail Sauce. For a real treat use them as a garnish on my Chicken and Sausage Gumbo. (more…)