Recipe yields enough dough for two flaky buttery pie crusts. I usually double recipe, which yields enough dough for one pie and a 9″ x 13″ pan. This crust is great for pies, cobblers, dumplings, etc. Although I’m posting photos … Continue reading
Ebullient Enterprises Catering Menu
Enjoy our delicious soups, main dishes, sides, desserts, and beverages for your next meeting, party or special occasion. Our menu reflects our most common requests. If there’s an item that you’re interested in but it doesn’t appear on the menu, please inquire with one of our ebullient consultants. We offer delivery for a fee, and will return to retrieve the dishes.
All soups require a 2 quart minimum purchase.
2 quarts (serves 4-6) $35
4 quarts (serves 7-8) $60
Country Turkey Noodle
Oaxaca White Chicken Chili
Loaded Baked Potato
Cream of Broccoli
Butternut Squash Bisque
Mom’s Beef Stew
Abuela’s Chicken and Dumplings
Okra Gumbo (Chicken and Sausage)
Seafood Gumbo +$15
Meats and Main Dishes
Choice of 2 meats and 2 sides base price $20 per person. 2 person minimum. Pricing a la cart available upon request.
Additional meat + $3 / Additional side + $2
Pork Chops (fried, smothered, or w chutney)
Meatloaf (turkey or beef)
Chicken (Herb roasted, Mojo, Smothered, Curried, Jerk, or BBQ)
Beef Short Ribs (Braised or BBQ)
BBQ Pork Ribs (Regular or Peach Tamarind BBQ sauce)
Pork Shoulder (Traditional Mojo or BBQ)
Salmon (Ginger Glazed or Jerked) + $3 per person
Shrimp (Etouffe, Curried or Grilled) + $3 per person
Jambalaya (Chicken, Andouille or Turkey Sausage, and Shrimp) + $3 per person
Stuffed Bell Peppers (Ham, Sausage, and Shrimp OR Crab and Shrimp) + $3 per person
Lasagna (Beef, Turkey, Eggplant, Cheese, or Seafood)
Bourbon Baked Spiral Ham Market Price
2 quarts (serves 4-6) $20
4 quarts (serves 7-8) $40
Greens (mustard, kale, collard, or mixed)
Braised Kale and Cabbage
Cabbage (smothered and fried)
Roasted butter or sweet potatoes
Broccoli (steamed or roasted w or w/o parmesan)
Vegetarian Red beans and Rice (white or brown)
Vegetarian Black beans and Rice (white or brown)
Arroz con Gandules (contains pork)
Vegetarian Curry Chana and Aloo
Jasmine, Basmati or Vegetable Fried Rice (white or brown)
Dressing (Sausage +$5)
Homestyle or Baked Macaroni and Cheese
BBQ Baked Beans (Sausage + $5)
Corn Bread or Muffins (Regular or Jalapeño Cheese)
Quiche (various combinations available) $23- $43
Breakfast Hash (Ham, Pork Sausage, or Turkey Sausage) $15 per quart
Cheese Grits $15 per quart
Salmon Croquetts w Remoulade $2 per piece
Chicken or Tuna Salad (Fruit, Curried, or Plain) w/ an array of crackers and breads $25 per quart
Kale Salad with Homemade Vinaigrette or Salad Dressing $15
Sauces and Accompaniments
Peach Tamarind BBQ Sauce All $10 per pint
Habanero Hot Pepper Sauce
Seasonal Fruit Salsa
Grilled Cheese Croutons
Croissant Bread Pudding w Rum Sauce $30
Banana Pudding $25
Praline Cake $25
Flavored Lemonade (Mango, Passion Fruit, Watermelon, or Peach) $20 per gallon
Sangria (White or Red) $50 per gallon
Sorrel with Rum $40 per gallon
Carnival Season is officially upon us! Happy Carnival 2014! If you’re here in New Orleans, these are great for your next Mardi Gras/Carnival Party and great to take with you on the parade route (see you on the corner of … Continue reading
This is the easiest banana “bread” (it tastes like cake to me) recipe that you’ll find! I created this out of ingredients that I always have at home. Essentially, I could make this “bread” every single day of the week. LOL The additions frequently change; sometimes I add chocolate chips, sometimes walnuts or pecans, and sometimes nothing at all. This recipe is fairly healthy and a great addition when unexpected guests stop by for breakfast and stay for dinner. Best of all, it can be made without bringing out all of your heavy baking equipment.
1/2 cup (one stick) unsalted butter melted
1 cup white or brown sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 1/2 cups all purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup apple sauce (plain, sugar free, cinnamon, etc.)
3 ripe or overripe bananas (this is a great way to use overripe bananas instead of throwing them out)
1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
Optional- 1/2 cup walnuts, pecans, chocolate chips, etc. dusted in all purpose flour (this ensures that they don’t sink to the bottom of batter)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
In large bowl mix melted butter and sugar using a spoon. Add two eggs and vanilla, Mix until well incorporated.
Pour in flour, baking soda, and salt. Fold* flour mixture into wet egg mixture. Once well incorporated, fold in apple sauce.
In separate bowl peel bananas and mash with potato masher or the back of a spoon. Fold mashed bananas into flour-egg mixture. Lastly, stir in cinnamon and any additional ingredients that you may have on hand.
Pour into and bake in well oiled (Cooking spray works great) loaf pan or metal 8×8 dish . If you use glass, the cake will brown much faster, which may result in a brown cake that is under-cooked inside.
Bake for 60 minutes or until a inserted knife is clean when removed. Allow to cool. Serve.
* Ingredients are folded in, instead of stirred in, so that batter is not over mixed. An over-mixed batter results in a dense cake.
Often we cut up fresh fruit and call it a fruit salad. Although it is indeed fresh and delicious, wouldn’t it be nice to add more flavor to it? I found the perfect way to “freshen up” my fruit … Continue reading
Throughout the year, I enjoy incorporating fresh seasonal ingredients into all of my meal preparation. This recipe utilizes fresh peaches and herbs to create a delicious chutney to be used as a glaze or sauce (although it can stand alone … Continue reading