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  • #MealPrepSunday 🔥❤️ If you want to see how I made this chicken , check out my stories
  • #MealPrepSunday 🔥❤️ If you want to see how I made this chicken , check out my stories
  • 1,416 15 27 January, 2020
  • #superbowlparty time is coming quickly so this week I will be sharing some appetizer ideas so that you’re prepared . Check out my #LemonPepper #chickenwangs recipe (inside the Dinner for 2 Level Up ebook) -you can double the recipe so that you’ll have enough to serve ❤️ www.theglamkitchen.com
  • #superbowlparty time is coming quickly so this week I will be sharing some appetizer ideas so that you’re prepared . Check out my #LemonPepper #chickenwangs recipe (inside the Dinner for 2 Level Up ebook) -you can double the recipe so that you’ll have enough to serve ❤️ www.theglamkitchen.com
  • 2,147 18 27 January, 2020
  • Make your Sunday complete by curling up under a blanket with a bowl of this EASY ONE POT WHITE CHICKEN CHILI! 🌶
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This chili is loaded with chicken breast, white beans, corn, tomatoes, cheese, and lots of wonderful spices!
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This recipe can be made in under 30 minutes and is UNDER 300 calories per serving, making it the perfect weeknight dinner option.
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Recipe is on the blog: https://www.withpeanutbutterontop.com/easy-one-pot-white-chicken-chili/
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Direct links to each individual recipe can be found via the link in my bio: @withpeanutbutterontop
  • Make your Sunday complete by curling up under a blanket with a bowl of this EASY ONE POT WHITE CHICKEN CHILI! 🌶
    .
    This chili is loaded with chicken breast, white beans, corn, tomatoes, cheese, and lots of wonderful spices!
    .
    This recipe can be made in under 30 minutes and is UNDER 300 calories per serving, making it the perfect weeknight dinner option.
    .
    Recipe is on the blog: https://www.withpeanutbutterontop.com/easy-one-pot-white-chicken-chili/
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    Direct links to each individual recipe can be found via the link in my bio: @withpeanutbutterontop
  • 4,228 56 26 January, 2020
  • Shocked, devasted and heartbroken on the tragic loss of LA’s greatest. We are humbled and proud to have been in the presence of such an inspirational icon.  Sending our thoughts and prayers to the families involved ❤️
  • Shocked, devasted and heartbroken on the tragic loss of LA’s greatest. We are humbled and proud to have been in the presence of such an inspirational icon. Sending our thoughts and prayers to the families involved ❤️
  • 1,516 11 27 January, 2020

Latest Instagram Posts

  • I still got it! ((Even if I only cook super late at night)) - - - - - - - - - - So, here we have baked chicken, homemade scalloped potatoes, honey-red wine brussel sprouts, and house salad. 🤗
  • I still got it! ((Even if I only cook super late at night)) - - - - - - - - - - So, here we have baked chicken, homemade scalloped potatoes, honey-red wine brussel sprouts, and house salad. 🤗
  • 1 1 17 hours ago
  • English version below 
Da wir gerade für paar Tage in der Stadt Makassar im Süden der Indonesischen Insel Sulawesi rumhängen, kann ich's mir nicht entgehen lassen die Indonesienweit beliebte Speise "Coto Makassar" in der Stadt ihrer Herkunft zu probieren. Dann auch noch im wohl beliebtesten Lokal dafür. Hier wird man den Tisch garantiert teilen müssen. Das besagte Gericht ist eine würzige Rinder-Innereiensuppe. Stücke, die ich eindeutig erkannt habe waren Leber, Niere, Kutteln und Darm, wobei wohl jedes Stück der Tieres hier Verwendung findet. Wer Innereien nicht so gerne mag, sollte trotzdem probieren kommen, weil die extrem leckere Erdnusshaltige Brühe auch ausschließlich mit Fleisch serviert werden kann. Auf dem Bild schwer zu erkennen ist dass die Portion ziemlich klein ist, weswegen viele Leute sich gleich eine weitere Portion nachbestellen oder sich mit den am Tisch bereitgestellten "Ketupat" Reiskuchen sättigen. Ein spritzer Limette frischt das ganze auf und ein stark "Terasi"-lastiges Sambal verleiht Schärfe und fermentierte Fischigkeit. Lecker!
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Since we're hanging out in the city of Makassar in the south of the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi for a few days, I couldn't miss trying "Coto Makassar", a dish enjoyed in the whole of Indonesia, in the city of it's creation. I also made sure to go to one of the most beloved places to try it. You definitely won't get your own table at this bustling place. The dish is a spiced beef offal soup. The bits I definitely recognised were liver, kidney, tripe and intestine but almost every part of the animal is used. If offal is not your thing, be sure to try it anyway because the delicious peanut containing broth can also be served with just meat. Not recognisable on the picture is the small serving size, which is why some people order a second portion straight after or just fill up on the "Ketupat" rice cakes which are layed on each table. A squeeze of lime freshens it all up and a strongly "terasi" flavoured sambal adds heat and fermented fishyness. Yummy!
  • English version below
    Da wir gerade für paar Tage in der Stadt Makassar im Süden der Indonesischen Insel Sulawesi rumhängen, kann ich's mir nicht entgehen lassen die Indonesienweit beliebte Speise "Coto Makassar" in der Stadt ihrer Herkunft zu probieren. Dann auch noch im wohl beliebtesten Lokal dafür. Hier wird man den Tisch garantiert teilen müssen. Das besagte Gericht ist eine würzige Rinder-Innereiensuppe. Stücke, die ich eindeutig erkannt habe waren Leber, Niere, Kutteln und Darm, wobei wohl jedes Stück der Tieres hier Verwendung findet. Wer Innereien nicht so gerne mag, sollte trotzdem probieren kommen, weil die extrem leckere Erdnusshaltige Brühe auch ausschließlich mit Fleisch serviert werden kann. Auf dem Bild schwer zu erkennen ist dass die Portion ziemlich klein ist, weswegen viele Leute sich gleich eine weitere Portion nachbestellen oder sich mit den am Tisch bereitgestellten "Ketupat" Reiskuchen sättigen. Ein spritzer Limette frischt das ganze auf und ein stark "Terasi"-lastiges Sambal verleiht Schärfe und fermentierte Fischigkeit. Lecker!
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    Since we're hanging out in the city of Makassar in the south of the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi for a few days, I couldn't miss trying "Coto Makassar", a dish enjoyed in the whole of Indonesia, in the city of it's creation. I also made sure to go to one of the most beloved places to try it. You definitely won't get your own table at this bustling place. The dish is a spiced beef offal soup. The bits I definitely recognised were liver, kidney, tripe and intestine but almost every part of the animal is used. If offal is not your thing, be sure to try it anyway because the delicious peanut containing broth can also be served with just meat. Not recognisable on the picture is the small serving size, which is why some people order a second portion straight after or just fill up on the "Ketupat" rice cakes which are layed on each table. A squeeze of lime freshens it all up and a strongly "terasi" flavoured sambal adds heat and fermented fishyness. Yummy!
  • 5 1 17 hours ago
  • BAKED WHOLE FISH WITH SIMPLE THAI SAUCE
This easy, no cook, Thai style sauce, is so delicious with fish. It’s the first dish in my simple series for @harbourfish and it a winner!! I have served it today drizzled over a whole baked Tarakihi, but it is great served with fillets, or even as a dipping sauce for battered, goujon style fish.
Don’t worry if you haven’t got all the ingredients, it will still taste great without the ginger or garlic for instance, as long as you have the sweet chilli and soy you are away laughing. It is very forgiving and slightly addictive!! FOR THE FISH
1 Whole Fish, scaled
Salt
Oil
*flavourings optional - I used lemon, kaffir lime leaves, lemon grass and ginger 
SAUCE
½ cup sweet chilli sauce
2 Tablespoons soy sauce
2 cloves garlic minced
1 knob of ginger, minced 
1 lemon/lime juiced
3 dashes of fish sauce or a pinch of salt
1 heaped teaspoon Palm sugar/brown sugar
*2 kaffir leaves or a handful of coriander, optional 
GARISH
Herbs, I used, Thai basil, mint and coriander
Toasted sesame seeds

METHOD ▪️For the fish, preheat the oven to 180.
▪️Rinse and pat dry. Cut a few large slits I the sides of the fish to get flavour in and help it cook.
▪️Place on a baking tray with baking paper on it and drizzle with oil and salt. Rub in with your hands
▪️Fill the cavity with your flavourings and place in the oven. The cooking time will depend on the size of your fish. Mine took 15 mins.
▪️While the fish is cooking make your sauce
▪️In the jug of a blender add all your ingredients and blend.
▪️Taste, adjust seasoning if needed. More sugar or fish sauce to balance those flavours.
▪️Once the fish is cooked, take out of the oven and transfer to a serving dish.
▪️Drizzle over your sauce, reserving some to serve on the side.
▪️Top with sesame seeds and garnish with the herbs around the sides.
Serve
Happy Cooking xx Jana #sponsored
  • BAKED WHOLE FISH WITH SIMPLE THAI SAUCE
    This easy, no cook, Thai style sauce, is so delicious with fish. It’s the first dish in my simple series for @harbourfish and it a winner!! I have served it today drizzled over a whole baked Tarakihi, but it is great served with fillets, or even as a dipping sauce for battered, goujon style fish.
    Don’t worry if you haven’t got all the ingredients, it will still taste great without the ginger or garlic for instance, as long as you have the sweet chilli and soy you are away laughing. It is very forgiving and slightly addictive!! FOR THE FISH
    1 Whole Fish, scaled
    Salt
    Oil
    *flavourings optional - I used lemon, kaffir lime leaves, lemon grass and ginger
    SAUCE
    ½ cup sweet chilli sauce
    2 Tablespoons soy sauce
    2 cloves garlic minced
    1 knob of ginger, minced
    1 lemon/lime juiced
    3 dashes of fish sauce or a pinch of salt
    1 heaped teaspoon Palm sugar/brown sugar
    *2 kaffir leaves or a handful of coriander, optional
    GARISH
    Herbs, I used, Thai basil, mint and coriander
    Toasted sesame seeds

    METHOD ▪️For the fish, preheat the oven to 180.
    ▪️Rinse and pat dry. Cut a few large slits I the sides of the fish to get flavour in and help it cook.
    ▪️Place on a baking tray with baking paper on it and drizzle with oil and salt. Rub in with your hands
    ▪️Fill the cavity with your flavourings and place in the oven. The cooking time will depend on the size of your fish. Mine took 15 mins.
    ▪️While the fish is cooking make your sauce
    ▪️In the jug of a blender add all your ingredients and blend.
    ▪️Taste, adjust seasoning if needed. More sugar or fish sauce to balance those flavours.
    ▪️Once the fish is cooked, take out of the oven and transfer to a serving dish.
    ▪️Drizzle over your sauce, reserving some to serve on the side.
    ▪️Top with sesame seeds and garnish with the herbs around the sides.
    Serve
    Happy Cooking xx Jana #sponsored
  • 12 1 17 hours ago
  • mornings in mandurah @mataya_eatery ☀️🌻
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eggs benny and bruschetta
  • mornings in mandurah @mataya_eatery ☀️🌻

    eggs benny and bruschetta
  • 20 1 17 hours ago
  • BANGKOK: Crispy Wonton Pad Thai with Prawn. 
I died after the first bite, it was sooooo delicious 🤤 ❤️❤️❤️😭
  • BANGKOK: Crispy Wonton Pad Thai with Prawn.
    I died after the first bite, it was sooooo delicious 🤤 ❤️❤️❤️😭
  • 9 1 17 hours ago
  • Made and wrapped with love 💕
  • Made and wrapped with love 💕
  • 15 1 17 hours ago
  • Good morning בוקר טובבב
  • Good morning בוקר טובבב
  • 12 2 19 hours ago
  • Vino rosso and hand-made spaghetti for one makes for an ideal Tuesday night. Who’s joining us? #ATavolaDarlinghurst
  • Vino rosso and hand-made spaghetti for one makes for an ideal Tuesday night. Who’s joining us? #ATavolaDarlinghurst
  • 92 3 22 hours ago
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@thestandardburger reopens today!
So many emotions running through my mind, but none describe them as best as the words of Doge - "𝑠𝑢𝑐ℎ 𝑒𝑥𝑐𝑖𝑡𝑒" 🥳🤗🤯
  • 🎉🍔🎉🍔🎉🍔🎉🍔🎉🍔🎉🍔🎉
    @thestandardburger reopens today!
    So many emotions running through my mind, but none describe them as best as the words of Doge - "𝑠𝑢𝑐ℎ 𝑒𝑥𝑐𝑖𝑡𝑒" 🥳🤗🤯
  • 31 1 27 January, 2020