Dorinda Medley from The Real Housewives of New York City is sharing another one of her delicious recipes.
Medley tweeted her recipe for Waldorf Salad Wraps that looks nothing short of delicious but also pretty healthy. Medley shared a photo of the ingredients and the finished product too.
Dorinda Medley | Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Women’s Day
“Waldorf Salad Wraps a’la Blue Stone Manor #makeitnice#nices-sity . . . Ingredients: Chicken Breast, Celery Heart, Onion, Raisins, Walnuts, Apple, Mayonnaise, Vinegar, Onion Powder, Salt, Pepper. Mix and Wrap in. Boston Lettuce Leaves. #idontmeasure#sightunseen,” she tweeted. Medley is famous for “eyeballing” her measurements and has joked in the past about how she doesn’t measure. She’s also shared another mouth-watering recipe around the holidays that might fit the bill during quarantine too.
She made Christmas rib roast nice
Medley’s delicious Waldorf Salad Wraps might be nice for lunch but what about dinner? For those in the mood for something a little grande, why not recreate Christmas in the spring? Medley also shared her recipe for her irresistible Christmas rib roast during the holidays.
Waldorf Salad Wraps a’la Blue Stone Manor #makeitnice #nices-sity
Chicken Breast, Celery Heart, Onion, Raisins, Walnuts, Apple, Mayonnaise, Vinegar, Onion Powder, Salt, Pepper.
Mix and Wrap in. Boston Lettuce Leaves.#idontmeasure #sightunseen #pic.twitter.com/1nJovj3rd8
— Dorinda Medley (@DorindaMedley) March 25, 2020
Medley shared her full recipe and demonstration on YouTube, wearing her Christmas sweater. She first sauteed the 16 pounds of meat. During a time of “social distancing” 16 pounds could be a little too much but work with whatever you have. “Now we are going to make the rub or the crust,” she begins. Creating the recipe is very simple. “Bread crumbs, Grey Poupon, they said dry mustard but I’m using this up,” she shows the bottle of mustard. “Chopped parsley, chopped bay leaf, lots of garlic, black pepper, salt … and that’s it! Let’s get this started!”
This is when Medley shares that she doesn’t measure ingredients. “You know, we don’t measure in this house,” she says. “So we’re going to use about a cup of breadcrumbs, chopped up breadcrumbs.” She dumps the breadcrumbs into a bowl.
Medley then adds about three-quarters cup of chopped parsley. Medley adds what appears to be several cloves of chopped garlic. “Some salt,” she says. Then adds pepper, …
Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet