This recipe has been in heavy rotation lately, since it is such a crowd-pleaser. You can prepare the sauce (recipe at the end) ahead of time and store it until you’re ready to prepare the chicken. For the chicken, cut up 1.5 lbs of boneless, skinless chicken thighs in to bite size pieces. Once you’re… Read More Orange Chicken
Spring has arrived with it’s warmer weather and that means we have grilling on the mind. We decided to prepare a beautiful skirt steak from local specialty butcher shop, Proper Sausages. With their hormone and antibiotic free organic grass fed meats that are sourced from independently owned farms and ranches, we knew we were in for… Read More Skirt Steak Special
Other than, “What can you cook on it?”, the other number one question we get regularly at Cook-N-Dine is, “How do you clean it?”. So, we decided to share some simple how-to videos. You may have seen our previous cleaning video at the end of our Crispy Potatoes post; there we used a wood spatula… Read More Clean up as easy as 1, 2, 3!
By now you have seen us mention clarified butter in several of our recipes. Sure, you could purchase some at a health foods or specialty market, or even online, but wouldn’t you rather make it yourself at home and know the quality of butter used? We think so! To ensure the best flavor, quality and… Read More DIY Clarified Butter
One question we hear A LOT is: Can you make pancakes on the Cook-N-Dine? The very simple answer is: YES! You absolutely can, and should! Pancakes are quick and easy, and since we were feeling quite adventurous we decided to try our hand at making some Teppanapples, too. You may be asking, “What in the… Read More Pancakes and Teppanapples!
It is lobster season here in South Florida and with some fresh local oranges on hand we just couldn’t resist whipping up this dish for a delicious dinner. This recipe is pretty quick and easy, and with the Cook-N-Dine Teppanyaki cooktop it’s a simple and fun set up that’s great for a party of one, two… Read More Orange Ginger Lobster Tails
There is something about the winter months that make us crave comfort food, even if you live in the more tropical climates like those of us down in Miami. Hearty does not have to mean heavy though, so we decided to try out a fun little brussel sprout recipe that would provide a balance between… Read More Honey Ginger Brussel Sprouts
Some days all you want is a savory sweet bit of comfort. The Kaiserschmarrn is the perfect dish to satisfy that craving, and although the name sounds complicated the dish itself is pretty quick and easy to make. To start preparing the batter, you’ll want to seperate the whites and yolks of 4 eggs, whisking… Read More Kaiserschmarrn AKA Austrian Emperor’s Scramble
The simplest recipe of them all, and it’s a classic; bacon and eggs. That’s pretty much all you need! On the Cook-N-Dine teppanyaki cooktop we set the temperature to 8 after preheating at 5, which proved to be the perfect temperature for cooking the bacon and eggs to perfection without any burning. On a regular… Read More Good ol’ bacon & eggs
Autumn is in full swing and even though the weather in Miami may not know it yet, my taste buds sure do! Craving some earthy and yummy potatoes, we decided to try out a new recipe on the Cook-n-Dine Teppanyaki table. As you can see in the photo, it was a pretty easy and minimal… Read More Crispy Potatoes