Pentecost or Feast of First Fruits

Just sharing what we are munching on during this wonderful feast day! We tried exciting more exotic fruits we’ve never had. The kids really enjoyed this because they really love sweet things. Of course there will be plenty of leftovers but I do have a Ninja so it’s no problem!

Pictured:

Mango, Dragonfruit, Pineapple, Kiwi, Apple, Orange, Peach. Pear, Watermelon, Horned Melon

This is nice seasoning if you want a little salty with the sweet. My Panamanian friend introduced this to me years ago and I’ve never looked back! 😋

Blackened Fish

Ingredients:

2 lbs fish fillets

*Rick’s Blackened Seasoning Blend* or another of your choice

2 lemons

green onions chopped

chili powder

avocado oil

Preheat oven 350 degrees. Drizzle avocado oil over fish and juice from one lemon.

Season liberally with Rick’s Blackened Seasoning Blend and chili powder. Garnish with diced green onion and lemon slices.

Bake for 20 minutes.

Rick’s Hot & Spicy All Purpose Seasoning info because he is that guy!! 

Types of Seasonings:

Mild, Combo, Spicy, Cajun, 4in1, 5n1, House, Rick’s Brown Sugar Treat, Alln1, Blackened Seasoning Blend

(4in1 combines mild, combo, spicy, cajun) (5in1 combines mild, combo, spicy, cajun)

Text: 254-247-5791 rm022007@yahoo.com

Suya Ribeyes

Ingredients:

2 lbs ribeyes (I sliced mine in half)

green bell pepper

onion

Suya Kabob spice

salt

black pepper

onion powder

olive oil

Equipment: Cast iron skillet

Preheat oven 400 degrees. Season to ribeyes liberally with the Suya spice rub. Sprinkle salt, pepper and onion powder.

Cut up the vegetables and set aside.

On medium heat, sear both sides of the steak in olive oil to lock in the juices. Add bell pepper and onion.

Bake 15 minutes in the oven. I paired with yellow rice and vegetables for a quick and easy dinner.

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Potato Hash

Ingredients:

2 potatoes diced small

1/2 cup onion chopped

1/3 cup green bell pepper chopped

3 eggs

2 tablespoons cajun seasoning

1/2 tablespoon turmeric

1/2 tablespoon onion powder

1/2 teaspoon garam masala

1/2 teaspoon sea salt

1/2 teaspoon black pepper

2 tablespoons butter

paprika *garnish*

vegetable oil

Season the potatoes with spices. Preheat oven 350 degrees.

Cover them in vegetable oil and fry on medium heat for about 10 minutes or until soft. Add onions, bell pepper and butter. Sprinkle a little paprika on top. Fry until they are soft. Drain 3/4th the oil.

Crack the eggs on top and sprinkle salt, pepper and cajun seasoning over them. Place the entire dish in the oven for about 7 mins or until eggs have cooked to your preference. I like mine runny so the yoke ooses over the potatoes when I cut into them.

Chicken Liver Pate

Ingredients:

1 lb chicken livers

2 tablespoons garlic chopped

1 onion chopped

1/4 cup sherry wine

1 tablespoon thyme

1 tablespoon ground sage

fresh sage *garnish*

1 tablespoon rosemary

1/2 teaspoon allspice

2 bay leaves

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon black pepper

1 1/2 stick of butter

avocado oil

Equipment: Blender

Make sure to clean the livers thoroughly. Rinse and remove gall bladder if attached and cut off any appearance of green color off the liver. This is bile from the gall bladder and very bitter.

On medium heat in a little avocado oil, saute in only 1/2 a stick of butter all ingredients. (except for the fresh sage this will be used at the end as a garnish). When your livers are cooked through then you can remove it from heat.

Drain about 1/2 the juices and then blend the rest until smooth. Pour into an small bowl. Use an herb like sage or rosemary as a garnish on top of the pate. Or by all means get creative with the presentation. I used sage.

Melt the remaining stick of butter and pour over top the pate. Cover tightly with plastic wrap and place in the refrigerator to harden.

I added a few goodies to snack on and garnished the pate with tomatoes and chives.

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