The Fashionista Cook’s Top 5 Fashions

“Fashions fade, style is eternal” -Yves Saint Laurent

Wishing you every happiness at this festive holiday season and throughout the coming new year!

Happy Holidays!

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The Fashionista Cook’s Top 5 Recipes

Reflecting on this past year, here are the fashionista cook’s top 5 recipes:

  1. https://thefashionistacook.co/2015/10/08/sformato-di-verdure-e-carne-vegetable-meat-casserole/
  2. https://thefashionistacook.co/2015/10/06/skillet-gratinate-of-zuccchini-and-chicken/
  3. https://thefashionistacook.co/2016/01/25/italian-hummus/
  4. https://thefashionistacook.co/2015/10/23/chicken-piccata/
  5. https://thefashionistacook.co/2016/11/17/chicken-drumsticks-with-peppers-and-paprika/

Happy Holidays!

Game Day Dip

This is a great dip for those Super Bowl parties or a casual get together.

First Layer – Cream cheese

Second Layer – Refried Beans

Third Layer – Sliced olives (can)

Fourth Layer – Salsa

Fifth Layer – Shredded cheese

Place in A 350 F oven and bake till cheese is melted and dip is bubbly. Serve with chips.

Seared Chicken and Mushrooms

Here’s another recipe from the Lidia’s Kitchen show. It is so simple and delicious! I don’t have the exact measurements, I had to eyeball it by watching the show. The amounts can vary depending how many your are cooking for. At least one chicken breast per person.

Cut skinless chicken breast into 2 or 3 small portions and pound to flatten between plastic wrap. Chop rosemary, sage leaves and garlic add to the chicken. Add salt and olive oil, mix well with hands and place in sealed plastic bag. Marinate overnight or at least 3 to 4 hours.

Using a nonstick pan, sear the chicken on both sides till lightly browned. Set aside. Cut off the stems off the mushrooms. Add 2 tablespoons of butter and 2 crushed garlic cloves to the pan. Saute the mushrooms. Add some cognac or brandy to the pan and season the mushrooms. Place the chicken back to the pan to warm through, add parsley and serve.