Cooking a L'Amlandaise
Kremas A L`Amlandaise cocktailThis drink is traditionally made in Haiti during Christmas or holiday seasons. Wherever I am around the world I make it for my friends and family, and since it is so expensive and difficult to make, I narrowed it down to my own summary.
The Burger`r a L`AmlandaiseAll my friends know that I do enjoy a good burger, yes and even with my eyes closed if it is really good. This burger was inspired by all the great burgers I have had especially in Boston.
Fried Turkey A L`AmlandaiseI love love turkey especially during Thanksgiving with family and friends. When it is Thanksgiving I grill the turkey whole under a stove, but since it is summer time we will fry it and do it in style! The taste is amazing, and turkey does not suck in the oil like chicken does.
Beef Tasso a L`AmlandaiseEver heard of beef tasso? Well, people from Haiti know of tasso which is goat meat fried. Well who says I couldn`t make it with beef and the taste is so similar that its scary! A bonus with no salt! Here we go!
Lasagna a L`AmlandaiseA good friend of mine shared how she loved making lasagna for her loved ones, and she told me how they would devour it because of her special cheese method, so I developed my own too, and this is my version of the lasagna.
Baby Spinach Chicken a L`AmlandaiseWhen I was a child, I hate spinach with a passion, so one day I decided to buy a box of baby spinach and I asked a few friends for suggestions, and of course I turned it into my own. Try it with me, you`ll like it just like I do now.
Squash Soup a L`AmlandaiseEvery new year Haiti celebrates with a squash soup, but once I converted to butternut squash, I never went back! Here is my way of making soup easy, down to 10 minutes max, enjoy!
Basic Sautee WeaponIt is easy to create a base for rice, noodles, or pastas. Base is what you use as your first ingredients to sautee, or give natural taste to any pre-cooked item. You can do it!
Stir Fried Rice A L`AmlandaiseWith your pre-cooked yellow rice, and your basic sauce weapon, you can make this happen in 5 minutes
Welcome to my kitchen painted in lime green, and clean as a whisk energizing me, and inpiring me whenever I am in it.
I learned to cook from my grand-father "Papi Hilaire" when I was 15 years old, and ever since then I created my own twist whenever I got the chance to cook.
I will share with you my own twist to Creole caribbean foods from salads to deserts.
All created by my hand with love and good health in mind.
From my kitchen to yours,
Amlande Boursiquot Cazeau