In the package that I received from Bella Sun Luci were julienned sun dried tomatoes and red peppers. My sun dried tomato cooking usually leans towards Mediterranean cooking, but when I saw this package with the red peppers, I went South of the Border for inspiration.
I made a basic chicken taco, with a not so basic sun dried tomato with zesty pepper sauce. Unlike the other sun dried tomatoes that I used, these were not oil packed. I have to say I was pleasantly surprised at how tender they still were. I think more than a few popped into my mouth while I was cooking.
The sauce only had four ingredients, the Bella Sun Luci Sun Dried Tomatoes with Zesty Peppers, cilantro, sour cream and lime juice (a little salt to taste but that doesn’t really count…). I could have ate the sauce all by itself, it would also make a great dip!
My poor taco was supposed to have some Cojita cheese sprinkled on it…but it was *ahem* still in the fridge when I took these photos…
I also put the Bella Sun Luci Sun Dried Tomatoes and Red Peppers in some rice with great success!
I missed it last week, but I’m back in the saddle…it’s Black and White Wednesday, a culinary photo event hosted by Susan at the The Well Seasoned Cook. BWW is open to anyone who would like to participate, there are a few rules…like photos need to be black and white, sepia or cyanotype. Susan has some size requirements to ensure that they publish nicely.
BWW is a great experience for amateurs and professionals alike. It’s amazing how beautiful culinary related photos can be…speaking of which, my photo is from my recent trip to Conrad where I visited a naturally run cattle and lamb ranch.
Informal Cookery Definitions A to Z
Allspice. Native to Jamaica, it’s a seed pod of an evergreen tree. The spice has the fragrance of cinnamon, clove and nutmeg all in one. It commonly used in pumpkin pie and for pickling.
Amandine. (ah-mahn-DEEN). A French term meaning made with almonds.
Ambrosia. Typically a fruit dessert made of sugared oranges, sometimes including bananas and sprinkled with shredded coconut. It is sometimes seen mixed with a whipped cream. In Greek, it literally means “immortality” and was supposedly was the food of the Greek Gods.
Anadama Bread. (a-nah-DA-ma). A bread made with rye and cornmeal and sweetened with molasses of New England origin.