Those of you who visit Tenerife regularly will probably already be well aware of Adeje chicken, but for those of you who don’t know about it, here’s a brief rundown. Adeje chicken is probably one of the most famous Tenerife recipes there is, only just beaten to the mark by Canarian potatoes and red and green mojo sauces. There are a few different restaurants on the island which serve it, so depending on who your talking to, the Adeje chicken recipe will vary slightly.
Oh boy, do I have a recipe for you today. Just like the Skinny Single-Serving Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake Recipe that I posted last week, this recipe ticks loads of boxes, too. It’s vegetarian – although you can totally add ham or bacon if you can’t stomach the idea of a meat-free meal like My Official Treat Taster.
Pork is a pretty dull, unglamorous ingredient, don’t you think? I mean, if you just started going out with someone and invited them round for dinner, you wouldn’t be cooking pork for them, you know? Well I don’t think that’s right. What do delicate fillets of salmon and juicy rib-eye steaks have that pork doesn’t?
An easy quiche screams comfort food to me. A buttery shortcrust pastry base, topped with juicy mushrooms, buttery fried onions, smoky bacon, light-as-air baked eggs and ooey-gooey melted cheese. If you’re having a bad day, this quiche recipe is guaranteed to make you feel better!
Last week I stated that salsa is ugly, but do you know what else is ugly? Enchiladas. What is it about Mexican food that’s so ugly?! It’s a good job their margaritas are so pretty because that balances it out. Anyway, when food tastes this amazing and is this easy to make, it doesn’t matter how ugly the food is, right?