Archive | January, 2017

Who Needs a Personal Chef?

16 Jan

Looking back over the past 9 years that I have been a Personal Chef, I noticed patterns.  Many of my clients have been retirees living in active adult communities in Palm Beach County , Florida .

Many of the “active adults”  whether in their 60’s or 90’s were found by their out of town children looking for a kosher ( or at least Jewish ethnic) chef.  The adult children had seen their parents were not eating right and needed someone to prepare the meals the parents wanted and followed the guidelines set in place by their medical professionals.

 

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Easy chicken nuggets

1 Jan

I am always thinking of ways to make easy dishes for my family that pack a lot of flavor.I have another.

Mustard Chicken Nuggets

2 Chicken cutlets

1 egg beaten with 2 Tbsp water

1 Tbsp. coarse grain mustard ( I used Dijon.)

2 tbsp corn meal, corn flake crumbs or bread crumbs or oats or Ground nuts (Pecans or almonds)

Cut chick cutlets into bite-sized pieces or buy chicken tenders already cubed.  Coat the chicken pieces in egg wash, then in mustard and then into “breading”. Place on oiled baking sheet.  Bake at 350 for about 10 to 12  minutes, turning once during cooking, until browned.  Yum !

#glutenfree  #gluten-free  #chickennuggets  #chefhelen  #kosherchef

#nuttedchickencutlets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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