Far from just being a heater of leftover foods, ovens are wonderful meal-makers that can make dining such a delight at any time of the day.
One of the best and most appealing aspects of the Midea’s modern microwave oven is its speed. It is a welcome appliance for many of us with a very busy worklife and who may not have the luxury of spending hours in the kitchen to cook a multi-course lunch or dinner. In just a few minutes, we can conveniently heat into ready-to-eat meals the frozen packed meals we bought from the supermarket or yesterday’s rice and viands we did not entirely consume.
However, that is not all that there is to it to a microwave oven. Chefs, homemakers, and the more adventurous kitchen whizzes have found in the Midea microwave oven an important appliance that helps them prepare nutritious and delicious meals that are likewise captivating to the eye and filling for the stomach.
Last Saturday, like any other Saturday that I look forward to with my wife, we attended the Electrolux DelightfulE Yummy Kitchen Class. The class featured three cooking experts, Chef Rosebud Benitez, Janice Villanueva of Mommy Mundo and Lourdes Labii, more popularly known online as @nanaysluncheswithlove.
The class began with Ms. Carmela Taob, a nutritionist, giving a short lecture on the freshness of meat, fish, vegetables and fruits. She also highlighted the Electrolux NutriFresh refrigerator which uses the patented NutriLight which mimics the light of the sun inside the refrigerator to help lengthen the freshness of vegetables and fruits.
Chef Rosebud Benitez two 10-minute recipes: the Potato Chip Crusted Chicken Tenders and the Tuna Fettuccini with Sun-dried Tomatoes. Below are the recipes she shared.
Potato Chip Crusted Chicken Tenders
3 tbsp mustard
3 tbsp honey
2 tsp balsamic vinegar
1 tsp sugar
1/2k. chicken tenders
2 cups crushed potato chips
salt and pepper to taste
oil for frying
1. Put mustard, honey, vinegar, sugar and salt in bowl. Set aside.
2. Pan fry chicken pices till golden brown and drain on paper towels.
3. Place cooked chickn in a bowl and drizzle with the honey mustard dressing. Toss to coat chicken.
4. Roll chicken pieces in potato chips. Serve with the honey mustard dressing. Continue reading “The @ElectroluxPH Kitchen Class, Delightful-E Yummy Indeed”→
One of the projects that I have been eyeing to get done this year is to have our kithen restored. While we had the second floor of our house built last year, the damage brought by Typhoon Ondoy in 2010 still has its marks within the area of our kitchen sink. While we have yet to line that up in our home budget, I figured we could start with the small stuff that won’t require the same drastic repair and restoration.
When I saw this Powerful Triangle Bathroom Storage Shelf with Suction Cup that can also be used in the kitchen, I thought it might just help to organize what can be organized in the kitchen, for now. The renovation will have to come later. 🙂