Served at the 5 Star PIERO'S Italian Restaurant in Las Vegas!
This is the original recipe for the most delicious creamed corn (not sweet) you'll ever taste. Given to me by the kind executive chef of Piero's, Las Vegas.
The recipe is so incredibly simple but the taste is out of this world. Not at all sticky sweet or mushy like canned cream corn, rather barely sweet, but just enough to make you know you are eating something very special. You can't go wrong with this dish.
Super simple, elegant and impressive.
These make a great side dish for a meal or an appetizer for a party. The hard part about this recipe is not eating them while you're cooking. This is my spin on another recipe. The yield really does depend on how big you make the balls.
I made this tonight based on the ingredients of recipe #120838 because it sounded good and the directions of recipe #29184 because it doesn't take long and the asparagus stays crisp. I'm sure I'll do lots of tweaking, but my family liked it as is. The asparagus turned out to be a nice side dish for leftover turkey and mashed potatoes.
WE grew a small white Mohican eggplant this year. They are about 6 inches long. This is an easy, healthy, and very tasty way to prepare them. Panko is a form of breadcrumb. The bottom of the eggplant comes out crispy and dark brown the top is lightly toasted. Try it with standard eggplant let me know how it was.
i haven't tried this yet. saving for safekeeping. i don't usually like cauliflower but this seems different enough to be tasty. i'm told this works fine with gluten-free flour and/or soy milk if desired. a cup of hot sauce seems like an awful lot to me. i'll probably start with less. i'd also like to incorporate jack cheese into this somehow but haven't figured it out yet. i'll adjust after i've tried it. i see no reason you couldn't do this with bbq sauce or whatever instead
This easy and delicious recipe is from EatingWell Magazine. The florets are cut into thick slices and tossed with extra-virgin olive oil and herbs. Wherever the flat surfaces come into contact with the hot roasting pan, a deep browning occurs that results in a sweet, nutty flavor. You can easily halve the recipe or change up the herbs to suit your taste and mood.
TIP: To prepare florets from a whole head of cauliflower, remove outer leaves. Slice off the thick stem. With the head upside down and holding a knife at a 45° angle, slice into the smaller stems with a circular motion—removing a “plug” from the center of the head. Break or cut florets into the desired size.