Blog Posts - Pan Seared



Tacos al Pastor

Tacos al pastor (roughly, tacos of the shepherd) derives its name from the dish’s inspiration: early Lebanese settlers who brought with them to Mexico traditional Middle Eastern “shawarma”—a typically lamb-based (thus, the “shepherd”) dis...
by The Briny Lemon on Jan 28, 2016

East Coast Pan Seared Scallops

The holidays have come and gone and for those that throw caution to the wind when it comes to food during the holidays, then I'm sure January is not only a month of hitting the gym but also a month of having lighter meals on the agenda and what meal...
by The Bachelor's Cookhouse on Jan 18, 2016

Kale and White Bean Salad with Seared Tuna

Eating alone doesn’t have to mean hitting a fast-food joint after work. You can enjoy a simple, light, and healthful home-cooked meal all by yourself in about 15 minutes, start to finish. How’s that for fast? And did I mention crazy delicious?Tha...
by The Briny Lemon on Jan 8, 2016

Yuan Congee & Dimsum Bar BUY 1 TAKE 1 PAN-SEARED STEAK

It’s that time of the year when we get together for that memorable affair. This time we chose to MAKE THE EAST MEAT THE WEST! BUY 1 TAKE 1 on... Read more »...
by Best Food In Town on Dec 1, 2015

Swordfish Skewers with Sweet and Sour Glaze

Meaty swordfish is great for skewering and searing (or grilling). Its mild flavor also makes it a good fish for pairing with a tasty sauce or glaze. Here, I went with a simple—and I mean simple—glaze with sweet and sour flavors and gooey texture...
by The Briny Lemon on Nov 24, 2015

Skillet-Seared Spiced Lamb with Pan Sauce

Warm Middle Eastern spices are the highlight of this deeply flavored yet easy seared-lamb dish for two. The simple pan sauce is enriched with the same spices, along with garlic and dry red wine. Grab a larger skillet and a few more lamb chops to make...
by The Briny Lemon on Dec 10, 2014

Striped Sea Bass in mild coconut curry

Today I am going to blog about this – Striped Sea Bass in mild coconut curry, the new fish on my chopping block. Sea Bass seems to be very popular, most loved and favoured fish among the sea food lovers. But to us (read Bongs, few Bengalis don...
by saffronstreaks on Nov 23, 2014

Pan Seared Chicken Breast With Herbs & Potato Hash

Brunch, for some is the most important meal of the day, since the breakfast has been skipped and lunch will be! Hence it becomes all the more important that it... The post Pan Seared Chicken Breast With Herbs & Potato Hash appeared first on .
by Stagetecture on Jul 22, 2014

breakfast samosas

A couple of weeks ago, we went out for Indian food at one of our favorite restaurants Rasika, in D.C. I'm trying to tick things off my bucket list, some new places to try and some old spots that I know I will miss a lot, this is definitely on my list...
by A Brown Table on Apr 30, 2014

breakfast samosas

A couple of weeks ago, we went out for Indian food at one of our favorite restaurants Rasika, in D.C. I'm trying to tick things off my bucket list, some new places to try and some old spots that I know I will miss a lot, this is definitely on my list...
by A Brown Table on Apr 30, 2014

Pan Seared Steak Rolls

Recipe: Pan Seared Steak Rolls Summary: Totally blown away by its flavors. It was really really flavorful and tender. Wow!Text from what2cook.net Text from what2cook.net Ingredients 8 ounces flank steak (4 inch x 6 inch piece) or 8 thin sliced sirloi...
by What2Cook on Mar 25, 2014

Pan Seared Crispy Salmon

Been craving for salmon from the past few days. I personally love salmon especially with my Sinigang sa Miso. But since it was our 'no rice' dinner, I decided to cooked it in a very simple way. This dish could be perfectly match with any vegies. My h...
by Pinoy Tsibog on Mar 24, 2014

The Top 5 Recipes of 2013

One of the great things about running this website is that we get to see all of the statistics.  It’s always enjoyable to see what the viewers are browsing on the website.  It was a great year for the website as the viewership has con...
by Triplo G Italian Kitchen on Jan 12, 2014

Pan-seared Salmon

This has become one of my favorite dishes to cook regularly.  It’s super simple yet really delicious and..easy to make! Everyone in the family loves it.  I have this Takara plum sake white wine, that I got as a gift; it has a sweet aroma simi...

Facebook Groups for Marketing: The Easy Way to Share

Facebook has left an indelible mark on American — indeed, on worldwide — culture. As it integrates more and more with our everyday routine, it will continue to evolve into more than just a social network. For businesses, it can be a gold...

Kuppa Fort Bonifacio: Bloggers’ Taste of Bacolod In The Metro

Last week of May, I received an invitation from Schmutzer, a social media solutions firm, and I was invited to a food tasting and coffee pairing at Kuppa Fort Bonifacio. It has been a few months since Kuppa opened in this sweet spot of Bonifacio Glob...
by República Negrénse on Jun 30, 2012

Pan-Seared Chicken Thighs with Garlic/Lemon Pasta

The pan sizzles. It sputters. It pops. My stomach grumbles. Beneath the lid, I know precisely what's going on. The chicken skin is caramelizing--rendering its fat to become bacon-crisp. The meat is being steamed, juicy and tender.When "I want dinner...
by From the Midwest on Mar 13, 2012

Pan-Seared Ribeye with Shrimp and Macaroni

Steak is a very common meat served as dinner in any many Western restaurant and home.Most of the time steak lover preferred to cook their steak on the grill then pan-fried.But to get a good cut of steak is not really hard.Every meat market or superma...
by beachloverkitchen on Jun 10, 2011


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