If you are looking for locally grown great produce, local wines, breads, you should visit the Piermont farmer’s market this coming Sunday. I will be showing how to make a very easy and flavorful Turkish breakfast dish called “Melemen”.
It is a dish mainly made out of onions, hot (or bell peppers), tomatoes and eggs sauteed in olive oil.
You can purchase the ingredients for this dish right at the market.
Come and see me at the market. I will be there from 10 to 12!
For 4 persons:
Cook about 9 ounces of Udon noodles for 5 minutes in water, drain and rinse, set aside
cook about 1 tsp. each of grated garlic and ginger in peanut or grape seed oil until fragrant, add peeled and cleaned shrimp and stir fried until pink and opaque, about 4 minutes, set aside, add a few drops of soy sauce and set aside.
sautee about 1 tsp. of ginger and garlic until fragrant, about 30 seconds, add sliced mushrooms (any kind) and sautee for about one minute, add sliced bell peppers (red or orange) for about a minute, then add broccoli and stir fry for another minute, add about 1/2 cup of hot chicken broth, bring to a boil and add pepper and a little sesame seed oil, thicken with about one tsp. cornstarch dissolved in 1/4 cup of water, bring to a boil, assemble noodles, veggies topped with shrimp in a bowl (if use chop sticks) or serve on a plate with fork and spoon