Phrasal Verb: eat out

  1. eat out
    Intransitive
    Meaning: eat at a restaurant
    Example: I don’t feel like cooking tonight.  How about we eat out?

Did you know that most Americans eat out 4-5 times a week?   How often do you eat out?   Do you like to cook?  Share your favorite recipe!

My favorite recipe:

Ingredients
Rice or Quinoa
1 can black beans or pre-cooked beans
Chicken
Peppers
Onions
Garlic salt seasoning
Salt
Pepper
Olive oil
Sriracha chili sauce
Chorizo (optional)

  1. Cook 1 cup of rice in rice cooker (2 cups water per 1 cup rice)
  2. Cut up 2 peppers and ¼ onion into long, thin slices, cut up 1-2 chicken breasts into cubes
  3. Put a teaspoon of olive oil in pan.
  4. Place peppers in pan—coat with olive oil and season with salt and pepper—simmer on low heat for 10 minutes
  5. Put a teaspoon of olive oil in separate pan—add chicken and season with garlic salt— Add chorizo (optional)—Cook for 10 minutes or until chicken is browned.
  6. Add beans to chicken—heat for 1-2 minutes
  7. Add ingredients together and serve!  Mmm!

 

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