Monday, October 9, 2017

October Monthly Featured Ingredient Challenge: Alliums!

For October's Monthly Featured Dish/Ingredient Challenge we are going with: Alliums!


(Such as garlic, onions, shallots, leeks, scallions or chives...)

Make any recipe where alliums of any kind are featured or included from our current IHCC Featured Chef: Ina Garten or any of our previous IHCC chefs. (See the IHCC Chefs list on the sidebar.)
   
You can use any single allium or any combination of the allium group in your dish. Also, feel free to share any of your favorite allium recipes from our IHCC chefs in your post!

Make and post your Allium recipe by Sunday October 15th and link a picture up below.

Please remember to link a thumbnail image and do please leave a comment after you link so that we don't miss out on your dish. 

New to IHCC? Need help linking up or just a refresher on how to join in the fun and become a part of our community? Please check out our Welcome page. If you have any questions please leave a comment below and we will get back with you. 

If you missed out on our Hi, Ina! theme last week, please click on the link to see what everyone made. 



10 comments:

kitchen flavours said...

I've made Ina's Scallion Basmati Rice, love it. Great with curry!

kitchen flavours said...

Madhur Jaffrey's vegetarian cabbage dish, makes a very nice side dish!

ostwestwind said...

Hugh's Chicken, Leek and Plum Pie

Lydia Filgueras said...

I brought Ina's onion dip. Easy to make and is a great base for other dips.

Flourishen said...

Add sumac onions to heirloom tomatoes for a seasonal salad.

Diane Zwang said...

I made caramelized shallots by Ina Garten.

Deb in Hawaii said...

I went to Rick Bayless for his Pickled Red Onions and used them on his Mushroom Tacos with Garlic and Onions. (And I recapped some allium favorites.) ;-)

kitchen flavours said...

I've made another MJ recipe, a delicious vindaloo!

Kim said...

Joining in with THE BEST Roast Chicken recipe ever! My new go to.

Emily said...

Made hubby a simple salad when he said he wanted a light dinner!