Tuesday, May 3, 2022
Her Tangh-i-ness in the Kitchen: Writin' About Somethin' Diff'rent.
We're going to start off calling out the other writers I know posting about food on the Meta Book of Face. Alicia McCalla, Nicole Givens Kurtz, Cecelia Tan, and Milton Davis...yeah, all ya'll.
Her Tangh-i-ness is one of those writers who can be found with something hanging out of her mouth in the style of a lady ogre, a Skeksis matron, or a full-blooded werewoman/female shifter of a predatory species. Blame the Chinese zodiac placement. Wood Snakes like to eat.
When her face is not in a plate devouring whatever, Her Tangh-i-ness can cook for herself. She would cook more, but her day job leaves little time for puttering around after a ten hour shift. There is supposed to be a bevy of Neko kitty boys, submissive fauns, collared lycans, and/or a kinky cyborg/android cooking for her but we will not get into that.
Shrimpified Clam Sauce Noodle Fusion *Dirty Pepper*
Note: My Vegan peeps can substitute tofu, rice, pea, or gluten products for the mollusks and the crustaceans
Herb & Garlic Marinade
peppered vegetable broth
1 Can of clams
1 small ring of precooked frozen shrimp
Bean thread (glass noodles)
Kohlrabi noodles (or Zucchini noodles)
Time: 45 Minutes
Soak and boil bean thread and then the Kohlrabinoodles separately in the peppered veggie broth (Her Tangh-i-ness used a glass dish)
Mix them together. Put aside.
Pour Herb & Garlic Marinade, a dollop of Safflower oil, plus minced garlic, Parmesan, and onions into the remaining veggie broth.
Drain clams then add them and frozen shrimp to the glass dish.
Cook four minutes in the microwave. (Guestimating that it would be 10 minutes sauteeing in a convection oven.)
Add more pepper or non-salt seasoning to taste.
Serve up clams and shrimp sauce over the bean thread and Kohlrabo noodles
Note: Shrimpified Clam Sauce Noodle Fusion *Dirty Pepper* grew out of low sodium, non-gluten cravings. Her Tangh-i-ness usually reviews on a for-the-love basis. No lucre has been involved in her reviews. There was a pretty penny involved for the foodstuffs however.