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Shonal's Kitchen, The Eclectic Home Chef!

Shonal’s Kitchen is an eclectic array of dishes using various ingredients from the “everyday” pantry. It helps you to create a meal from start to finish. From appetizers to desserts, meals are given recommended pairings, or you can choose your own.

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Grilled Fingerling Potato & Corn Salad with Bacon and Sweet Onion Dressing

May 14, 2014

This was hands down the BEST potato salad I've ever had! I love fingerling potatoes with their soft buttery consistency and the slightly crunchy corn adds great texture, but it's the dressing that's so bomb. Crispy bacon with caramelized sweet onions and fresh herbs blend so well with the sweet and tangy vinegar and lemon flavors. It's a must try for your next backyard BBQ! Start with cutting the fingerling potatoes in half, lengthwise. I love using the "gem fingerlings" with their vibrant colors. Drizzle with olive oil and season with House Blend and red pepper flakes. Brush corn with olive oil and season the same way. Place on a medium hot grill. I have to give credit to my husband,...

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Stuffed Bell Peppers with Quinoa

May 12, 2014

Check these babies out! Stuffed bell peppers with Italian sausage and quinoa. A simple, healthy and very tasty meal! I've been using quinoa instead of rice these days and I just love it. Its quick and all I hear about is how good it is for you. I'm using green bell peppers, but you can use any color you like. Cut in half and remove the seeds and white parts. Place in a baking dish. Brush with a little olive oil and bake in a preheated 400 degree(f) oven for about 15 minutes, flipping over once. The purpose of this is to get the pepper a little tender before we stuff it. Since the stuffing is already cooked and were...

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