Mardi Gras is this Tuesday, which means it’s time to celebrate with some gold ol’ Southern cooking! The holiday, also known as Fat Tuesday, is all about indulging in many of the traditional dishes are not very good for you. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make a lighter, healthier version of these dishes! This recipe, from the blog Running, Loving, Living is a healthy version of a classic New Orleans dish – jambalaya! I love that this dish has all of the classic Creole flavoring without the guilt, so you can feel good about serving this dish to your family and friends at your Mardi Gras celebration!
Remember, you can also alter this dish to your taste. Are you a vegetarian? No problem – just replace the chicken and shrimp with a red bell pepper, green beans, or eggplant, and use vegetable broth instead of chicken! You could also add some kale or spinach for added greens.
Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times
When BraLadyJapan ordered some appetizer for drink, I was not sure what I could do about it. But this food is kinda popular as appetizer for beer in Japan. I hope you’ll get some idea from this recipe Ingredients (Serving 1 ～ 2 ) : 1tbsp mirin (大１ みりん) : 1/2 soy sauce （大1/2 しょうゆ） : 1tbsp ground white sesame (大１ すりごま) : 1tbsp sugar (大１ 砂糖) : 2tbsp sake （大２ 酒） : 2tbsp miso (大２ みそ) : 200ml water (200cc お水) : 15g sliced ginger : Negi (Green onion, Spring onion) : Daikon (Japanese giant white radish) : Salmon (Try any fish or meat you want ) : Beer if you like? Today’s customer at RUNNY’s www.youtube.com And today’s complainer www.youtube.com BGM by 甘茶の音楽工房amachamusic.chagasi.com My Blog runnyrunny999.blogspot.com Twitter twitter.com Facebook www.facebook.com Helloasia ハローアジアwww.helloasia.jp Thanks -runnyrunny999