Friday, January 23, 2015

Lemon Butter Clams (Essential Oils)

We went out if town this past weekend and every time we are in Pensacola, Florida...we would stop by Joe Patti (local seafood store) so I can grab some seafood. I LOVE  that place.  Every time we go there..I never leave without buying an icechest full of fresh SEAFOOD. 
This trip I got some really good clams,lobsters, LUMP crab meat, fresh filet of assorted FISHES. 

I grabbed 3 bags of clams for dinner that night knowing that we be home late and the kids would be starving....since it is the easiest and QUICKEST to make. 

Clams (washed and clean--I just used a scrub that I have for clams n mussels--set aside in a colander to drain all excess water) 
1 Stick Butter 
4 cloves garlic (minced)
2 C White Wine 
4 drops of Lemon Essential Oils 
1 lemon cut into thin slices (garnished) 
Chopped parsley (garnish) 

In a big sauté pan I melted my butter and threw in the minced garlic .. Cook until the garlic is translucent. Be careful not to burn the garlic. Then pour in the  2 C white wine and  clams. Then added the LEMON ESSENTIAL OILS. Then cover for about 15 minutes. Making sure the clams is open.. Toss the clams that are not open. 
Uncover and toss until all the ingredients are nicely incorporated. Taste and add salt and pepper to taste. 
Pour into a deep dish and garnish with lemon slices and chopped parsley. 


Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Breakfast Muffin

Breakfast Muffin


1 can of Grand Flaky Biscuit 

(I didn't used the whole biscuit because it would be to thick so I halve them. My biscuit was 8 so made 16 muffins) 

Sausage (you can use any thing you like..I have used bacon and diced ham before) 

Mexican blend cheese (you can use any kind that you like) this was what I had on hand. 

Muffin tin 

Cooking spray 

Preheat oven to 350 

I halve the biscuit and lay them into a grease muffin pan. Next I broke up my sausage and put in the middle of each biscuit and sprinkle with cheese. Bake at 350 for 15 minutes. 

Next time I am gonna add some veggies like diced bell pepper or spinach