Recipes from Today’s Show: Easy Exotic Entertaining
TODAY on MHTV: Living in NYC, I’m lucky enough to have my choice of international eats any night of the week. Today’s cocktail party menu is inspired by New York’s diversity. Malaysian mussels steamed in coconut milk, Vietnamese-style grilled shrimp with cilantro, lime, and peanuts; and sauteed bananas with coconut sorbet for dessert. To drink, “my” mai tai cocktails. More from the show.
Get the recipes from this episode:
Grilled Shrimp with Cilantro, Lime, and Peanuts
Bananas Flambe with Coconut Sorbet
Watch ”Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn” Mondays through Fridays at 12 p.m. ET/11 a.m. CT on Hallmark Channel.
Tags: bananas flambe, caramelized bananas, cilantro, coconut curry, coconut sorbet, grilled shrimp, lime, mai tai, malaysian mussels, peanuts, sauteed bananas
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I wish I could adopt your kids so they could cook for me LOL! I absolutely love your show LSQ and having the boys on is a super special bonus. Thanks for all of your down-to-earth techniques you have taught us the past year!
I love watching the show and was wondering where you get your cookware from?
I love your show. However this new season is different. Please return to the short video shows that go with most recipes. I usually miss your show during the day. The recipe videos were wonderful and just reading a recipe is not as informative as I would prefer. Thanks very much,
I agree. Please bring back the videos which accompany each recipe. I can not always see the show when it is on but could count on being able to see the video later when I had the time to sit down. I have even seen the show, copied the recipe, then went back and watched the video to see some technique which I could not remember.
I love your show. Cannot see week-days because I work. You are the most down to earth and fun cooking host I have ever seen. Love your cooking and wish you had your own channel and you were on 12 hrs or more a day. Cannot get enough of your cooking shows. Your the greatest. Nice family also.
Everyone in my family knows I cook by Lucinda’s demonstrations and all of us LOVE her recipes! I depend on the archives for recipes and remembering how things were done if I haven’t cooked a particular recipe in a while. Surely you knew how popular Lucinda was; why would you change? You might consider replacing the person making your programming suggestions!
Where are the show archives? I also like wathching Lucinda make the recipes; it gives me the confidence to try them myself.
Am new to your show but absolutely love it. Hope it continues for a long time. Any plans for DVD collection?
Is the unsweetened coconut milk called for the canned kind, or something like So Delicious brand offers?