Tag: Millennial recipes

Salmon Bagel Ellethefoodie
Brunch it Up

Brunch’s Finest Salmon Bagel

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It’s no secret, this millennial loves brunch. One of my favorite combinations is smoked salmon and dilly cream cheese. At one of my favorite Detroit restaurants, they serve smoked salmon on a flatbread with dill, arugula, and red onions- soooo delish! During my work from home adventures, I loved making […]

 
Main Squeeze

Hand-Tossed Pizza Crust

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I’ll admit that pizza dough was something I’d never be able to make, especially in less than 30 minutes. However, this simple recipe for hand-tossed pizza dough has become a weekly staple in my household- Thursdays are pizza night. In my video, you will find that I use a stand […]

 
Spicy Shrimp Ramen
Main Squeeze, Soups

Shrimp and Chili Ramen

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It’s amazing to see Millennials discover and reinvent Ramen, a Chinese noodle soup. For decades, college memories have included the packaged “delicacy” Ramen Noodles- many of us had stockpiles in our dorms and even ate noodles to survive during undergrad. Today, we are broadening our Ramen experiences by using traditional […]

 
Air Fryer Wings
Hors d'oeuvres, Main Squeeze

Air Fryer Chicken Wings

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Since I’ve purchased my Ninja Foodi, I’ve been obsessed with learning new air fryer and instapot recipes. Wings are a favorite for everyone in my household so, after one day, we were all wondering how the wings would turn out using the air fryer setting. The results were just as […]

 
Chicken Fried Rice
Main Squeeze

Chicken Fried Rice

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Fried rice recipes are such an easy way to create dinner out of your favorite Asian ingredients or if you’re like me, whatever you can find in the refrigerator. This chicken fried recipe is very simple to make and after sticking to a simple rice technique, it came out perfectly! […]

 
Collard Greens
Sides

Braised Collard Greens

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Growing up, cooking collard greens before the holidays or Sunday dinner always seemed like such a long process. My grandmother would create a small assembly line to pick the greens, wash away all of the sand, and small snails laying between the leaves and rinsing for cooking.  As I got […]