Main Dishes

Three Kitchens Podcast episodes featuring all sorts of main dishes.
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Arroz con Pollo (chicken and rice)
This arroz con pollo recipe draws inspiration from Costa Rica. It's an easy and delicious chicken & rice recipe that makes a dollar go further. Cut down your food costs by learning to chop a chicken. And create your own amazing broth that will zhuzh up everything from your kitchen. Listen to the podcast & get the recipe on the blog!
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Arroz con Pollo (chicken and rice)
This arroz con pollo recipe draws inspiration from Costa Rica. It's an easy and delicious chicken & rice recipe that makes a dollar go further. Cut down your food costs by learning to chop a chicken. And create your own amazing broth that will zhuzh up everything from your kitchen. Listen to the podcast & get the recipe on the blog!
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Lamb shish kebab
Three Kitchens Podcast is talking lamb! This simplified version of Dishoom restaurant's ground lamb kababs will not take long to make. The spices and flavours in this meal are sure to impress. You can replace the lamb with ground beef if you prefer. Listen and get the recipe at www.threekitchensp-odcast.com
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Shepherd's pie with beer-braised lamb
Listen to Three Kitchens Podcast to hear all about this dish, and get the recipe on the blog! The lamb in this shepard's pie gets oodles of flavour and a little kick when it is braised in beer, ancho chillies and chipotle pepper sauce. It requires a little planning ahead to slowly cook the lamb shanks over a few hours, but the end result is worth it. Visit www.threekitchenspodcast.com
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Iceland-inspired lamb soup
It's all about lamb on Three Kitchens Podcast! This lamb soup brings Erin back to a few year ago to when she travelled for a couple of weeks in Iceland. This simple and delicious soup of lamb and root vegetables is the perfect meal to tuck into on a cool rainy day. With fresh hot biscuits on the side, this meal will warm you from the inside out. Listen to the episode and get the recipe at www.threekitchenspodcast.com
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Episode 2.43: Singapore Street Satay
We love it when Sarah cooks us recipes inspired by visits to Singapore. This time, she's making satay and ketupat rice with a peanut sauce. It's time to cook street food! Sarah used beef in a flavourful marinade. It makes a crazy-good satay. We absolutely loved it! On the side Sarah gave us katupat - rice pressed into a pan and then cut into bite-sized pieces - and quick pickled cucumber and red onion. These are the perfect accompaniment to Singapore satay made in your own home kitchen.
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Episode 2.40: A Gnocchi You Knead to Know
On this episode, Erin just couldn't resist making Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Bacon-Miso Sauce. And now this recipe is one of our favourites. Gnocchi is a potato dumpling, cooked in salted water and dressed in a sauce. In this recipe, sweet potato takes the place of a white potato for a sweeter flavour & beautiful orange colour. And who can resist that bacon-miso flavour combination? It's a simple sauce that somehow manages to kick this whole dish up several notches. Come along and listen!
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Episode 2.36: Go-to Recipes with Guest Julie Strauss from Best Book Ever Podcast
Three Kitchens Podcast welcomes Julie Strauss, host of Best Book Ever Podcast to this episode about go-to family favourite meals. Julie shared with us her recipe for Crockpot Pork Carnitas, and we absolutely love it. This will become one of your regular go-to meals. We promise.
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Episode 2.36: Go-to Recipes with Guest Julie Strauss from Best Book Ever Podcast
Three Kitchens Podcast welcomes Julie Strauss, host of Best Book Ever Podcast to this episode about go-to family favourite meals. Julie shared with us her recipe for Crockpot Pork Carnitas, and we absolutely love it. This will become one of your regular go-to meals. We promise.
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Episode 2.36: Go-to Recipes with Special Guest Julie Strauss from Best Book Ever Podcast
We were thrilled to welcome a special guest to Three Kitchens Podcast this week, Julie Strauss, host of the Best Book Ever Podcast. We cooked two favourite go-to dishes, one being General Tso's Chicken. Sarah takes us through why this is one of her favourite recipes and how you can make it one of your go-to dishes. Tune in to this episode for this recipe and also Julie Strauss' delicious Crockpot Carnitas.
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Episode 2.35: Congee: A Bowl of Comfort
In this episode, Sarah serves up a bowl of congee - a classic Chinese rice porridge often enjoyed for breakfast. It's the thing her family requests when they're feeling under the weather, or on a cold day. We'll take Sarah's congee for any meal, on any day! Congee can be made and served many different ways, but come along and learn to make this dish Sarah's way, starting with leftover rice and pork ribs, and topped crispy kale and homemade chilli oil - or whatever you've got in the fridge!
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Episode 2.34: Fried Chicken & Bacon Jam: A Love Story
Bacon jam is like a fun little meet cute of crispy bacon and caramelized onions. Add a dash of bourbon and it's a full-on crush. Now, put this dark, smoky bacon jam on a beautifully crisp twice-fried chicken sandwich and it's true love forever. A marriage made in heaven - or, in this case, in your kitchen! Heather takes us through her adventure in frying chicken using the Korean method. It is first brined overnight and then fried twice. It's the perfect way to enjoy that dreamy bacon jam.
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Episode 2.31: Mo Momos
On this episode of Three Kitchens Podcast, Sarah tells us how to make Momos. These Nepalese dumplings are steamed and usually served with a sauce or in a soup. Sarah made hers with a flavourful chicken filling and a sauce of tomatoes, szechuan peppers, onions and turmeric. She coloured her dough, but you can make these with dumpling wrappers from the grocery store if you don't want to make your own. The magic is in the filling and the sauce! We loved these and we think you will too!
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Three Kitchens Podcast
Dealing with picky eaters, food allergies or intolerances? Or just tired of cooking the same old stuff? Same. So let's get inspired for our next cooking adventure! We're three friends who love talking about what we're cooking. Join us every Tuesday as we talk you through how we can create recipes from around the world with ingredients we can find locally, right in our own home kitchens. We can't wait for you to join us! Wherever you like to listen to podcasts.
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Episode 2.28: A New Way to Rosé
In this episode of Three KitchensPodcast, we try a beef tenderloin that Erin roasted to melt-in-your-mouth perfection and served with a rosé sauce and quick pickled onion. This simple dish was a true winner, one that we can't wait to replicate. Sarah said it was like something she would order at an amazing restaurant. Heather is already making plans to serve it on a bed of greens with a big chilled glass of rosé. Summer 2022, meet your signature salad.
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Episode 2.27: Where's the Beef? Not in this Burger!
Sarah, the self-declared carnivore, told us she was making a sauce and then surprised us with not only a sauce, but a plant based burger to to serve it on! It was delicious and we absolutely did not miss the meat in this one. Sarah clued us in to a key ingredient for maximum flavour - tempeh! Join us to learn how to trick even the pickiest meat lovers in your life. And as a little bonus, we have the sweetest review of a cookie mix from Confetti Sweets. These reviewers know their cookies!
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Episode 2.27: Ghana Get Me Some Peanut Stew
On Three Kitchens Podcast this week we're talking about how to make a Ghanaian peanut stew at home. This West African dish is full of veggies, chicken and spices. And don't forget the peanut butter! We've got tips for making it to suite your tastes and with the veggies you can get locally. Join us!
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Episode 2.24: Pasta Pie
Have you ever thought of baking pasta and meat sauce in a pie crust? This idea is new to us at Three Kitchens, but we're keen to give it a try. Erin found this unusual pie recipe in the cook book, A Chef's Tour of Italy (Joe Famularo): The Resident Cook's Penne Pasta in Timbale, Lucca Style. We gave the various components mixed reviews, but does it all come together in the end? Listen and judge for yourself.
Episode 2.6: Diwali - This Lunch Was Lit!
Three Kitchens Podcast is so excited to have a special guest this week to help us learn about the festival of Diwali and cook up some goat curry, coconut chutney, dosas and milk toffee. Cooking Indian food doesn't need to be intimidating! Curry from scratch does take a little more effort but it is worth it. And we have a tip for dosas so easy you'll have no excuse not to try them! These recipes are a hit with everybody here at Three Kitchens - even the kids!
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Interview with Chef Dennis Littley + making chicken marsala
On the podcast: an interview with Chef Dennis Littley! Dennis is a retired chef and culinary instructor who discovered a passion for food blogging. Through his popular recipe blog, www.AskChefDennis.com, he's helping home cooks create restaurant quality meals. For this episode, Sarah, Heather & Erin cooked Chef Dennis' Chicken Marsala recipe. This dish is so versatile, it can be made so many different ways! Join us for inspiration, ideas and fun food chatter.
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Episode 1.7: Do You Slurp Your Empanada?
Looking for a great home cooking podcast? Empanadas- we love eating them. But Erin has a new cookbook which claims we should be slurping them up. She's tackling the quintessential Argentine stuffed pastry recipe: Empanadas Mendocinas. And she's making them on the BBQ. Three Kitchens is here for it. You should be too!
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Silky Squash Ravioli
Podcast Episode 2.16: Silky Squash Ravioli Learn to make butternut squash in homemade ravioli noodles on Three Kitchens Podcast! What a combination! Silky, smooth, melt-in-your-mouth squash seasoned with salt preserved lemons inside simple, perfect, homemade noodles. Topped with browned butter with fresh sage, this dish proves you don't need to get fancy to make something super delicious. So, have we tempted you to try your hand at making ravioli? Find us where you listen to podcasts!
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Episode 1.7: Do You Slurp Your Empanada?
Looking for a great home cooking podcast? Empanadas- we love eating them. But Erin has a new cookbook which claims we should be slurping them up. She's tackling the quintessential Argentine stuffed pastry recipe: Empanadas Mendocinas. And she's making them on the BBQ. Three Kitchens is here for it. You should be too!
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Episode 2.2: Bon Appetit - A CIFF Special
Season two of Three Kitchens Podcast has only just begun and already we have a super fun bonus episode for you! Recorded in the podcast studio on-site at CIFF (Calgary International Film Festival), we're reviewing the film Julia - a documentary chronicling the amazing life of Julia Chils. It was a real treat for us and we hope you'll listen. Bon Appetit!
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Episode 2.13: Wow 'em with Wellington!
First, a Three Kitchens Podcast confession: Erin tried another persimmon recipe and it... wasn't good. Like, at all. They can't all be winners, right? Now on to the fantastic Beef Wellington! If you're like us, chef Gordon Ramsay's recipe comes to mind. Heather follows his recipe, but makes hers individually wrapped portions. Yes, they're a bit time-consuming - layering beef tenderloin, mushrooms & prosciutto & wrapping it up in puff pastry - but the end result will wow your dinner guests.
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Episode 1.10: One Pan Chicken Winner
Looking for a home cooking podcast? We can't seem to stop cooking with the salted lemons from Episode 1.3 of Three Kitchens Podcast. Erin makes Greek lemon chicken with roasted potatoes and a tasty granola salad topping. These delicious recipes will feed a family fast when time is short.
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Episode 1.2: Whisk Mayo Like Your Life Depends On It
Mayonnaise and Ceaser Salad! Sounds easy enough? Think again. A nail biting Three Kitchens Podcast episode about whisking eggs, making a delicious salad dressing and getting dinner to Erin's family on time. She's using Samin Nosrat's recipe from Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat. It's so good, you'll want to give it a try. And if you use a machine to whisk it, we won't tell anyone.
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Episode 1.8: Roasting the F Word
Fusion Food.... Some chefs have made careers out of it. Some don't like the word. Join Three Kitchens for a discussion about this particular F word in the home kitchen. And there are recipe ideas to go with this episode, including a home made Shawarma.
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Episode 2.5: Beef Borscht, Baby!
Do you add beef to your borscht or are you firmly in the veggie only camp on this one? Three Kitchens Podcast co-host Erin, has always made it strictly vegetarian. But this time she's switching things up and adding beef to her soup. Has she found a new favourite? And maybe this is the winning recipe that'll finally truly make a beet-lover out of Sarah! Come along and find out.
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Episode 2.1: Our favourite F words - Fall, Family, Food
We're kicking off season 2 of Three Kitchens Podcast talking about Fall comfort foods and family time. We tested no fewer than five recipes from a cook book that is fast becoming a Three Kitchens favourite - Tawaw: Progressive Indigenous Cuisine (Shane Chartrand, Jennifer Cockrall-King). We're talking bone marrow, pheasant, squash, pumpkin, bannock and tea. Is your tummy rumbling yet? We hope you enjoy this feast as much as we did.
Episode 2.8: Sizzlin' Bánh Xèo
This week on Three Kitchens Podcast, Heather makes savoury Vietnamese crispy crêpes, Bánh Xèo. This super simple recipe makes a really yummy, and beautiful meal. We filled ours with pork, shrimp, onion and bean sprouts. Mix up your fillings, add fresh greens (mint is a must) and a dipping sauce made to your liking. Voila! It's fresh, healthy and damn delicious.
Episode 1.16: Masala Culture
We expected Dishoom's Onion Tomato Masala to be a winner, and it did not disappoint! Join Three Kitchens Podcast as they come up with ideas on how to use this delicious chutney on just about any dish you can think of...even hot dogs. Sarah served it on a juicy burger with Gun Powder Fries. You cannot go wrong! And it's a good recipe to have on hand when you are harvesting your garden produce.
Episode 1.21: Date night
Looking for the perfect menu for date night at home with your sweetie? Three Kitchens Podcast has your back. Sarah turns to her favourite celebrity chef, Roy Choi for inspiration. Think peri-peri chicken with a salsa verde that's out of this world and a Brazilian cocktail, Caipirinha, that'll have you pouring seconds.
Episode 2.6: Diwali - This Lunch Was Lit!
Three Kitchens Podcast is so excited to have a special guest this week to help us learn about the festival of Diwali and cook up some goat curry, coconut chutney, dosas and milk toffee. Cooking Indian food doesn't need to be intimidating! Curry from scratch does take a little more effort but it is worth it. And we have a tip for dosas so easy you'll have no excuse not to try them! These recipes are a hit with everybody here at Three Kitchens - even the kids!
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Salt Cured Egg
Episode 1:13 - Egg Me Sarah has cured eggs in two ways. And is showing Three Kitchens Podcast what to do with the final result. She also makes a quick salted egg yolk prawn dish that many pay good money at restaurants to enjoy. Find out if her easy two ingredient kitchen science experiments pay off.
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Episode 1.17: Greenie fettuccini
Erin's spinach pasta is a new Three Kitchens Podcast favourite! This recipe from the inspiring Pasta, Pretty Please cookbook, turns garden spinach into vibrantly coloured, melt-in-your-mouth delicious noodles we still can't stop thinking about. It's a bit more effort to make your own, but one bite and you'll agree it's worth it.