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This month’s theme was Halloween. It included a meal fit for Graf Dracula!
Everything neatly placed in baggies with the recipe cards. I received the 2 meal package.
My first meal is Mici Sausages. This is a Romanian dish.
The instructions are easy enough to follow and most of the ingredients you need to complete the recipe you will probably have in your pantry. I did have to run to the store for tomato puree (I had just ran out).
So I tried this dish out. This particular dish needed to be started the night before. I had to prep the meat and let it sit in the fridge overnight. Otherwise, it was a very simple recipe. We all tried this (my boys and I) and found it to be a little bland for our taste.
The next dish is a Red Chimichurri. It’s an Uruguayan dish. This dish also is one that needs to be prepped in advance. You can use this as a dip or as a marinade. I am going to be using mine as a dip for fish tomorrow night.
I received an extra baggie of chipotle. I was not sure where it went. I am assuming it is to add extra heat to the Chimichurri.
Let me know what you think about this recipes. Have any of you tried them before? Happy cooking folks!!!