What I love about this recipe, is that it's possible to have lasagna within 30 minutes and only have one pan to wash! It's an easy weeknight recipe to prepare. Comfort food with ease. :) This is an adaption from Cook's Illustrated.
If you wash your dog(s) half as often as we do, then you still spend a fortune on dog shampoo. I found this recipe on a couple of different websites... I just tried it out on our dogs and it worked great (of course that's just my opinion, you'd have to ask the dogs for the definitive answer).
Sweet caramelized onions and roasted butternut squash (called butternut pumpkin in Aussieland), teamed with feta cheese and partially encased in pastry. The roasting intensifies the sweet flavor of the squash and gives it a creamy texture, nicely balanced by the feta. Reduce the amount of fresh herb if you prefer. Preparation time does not include cooling.
I was thinking this was from Veganomicon, but it's actually from The Real Food Daily Cookbook. It is so good my anti-vegan son said he LOVED it before he realized that it was vegan! It goes well over anything, but one of our favorites for it is Chickpea Cutlets, Recipe #283551. Enjoy!
This is fantastic and easy. It is an elegant veggie, but if you are doing WW, this is 1-point for 1-cup according to the Weight Watchers Cookbook. Yum! You may also toss the broccoli with a tad of Parmesan cheese or a little minced garlic. If you want a quick alternative, use frozen broccoli spears (see note below).
Tender chunks of beef simmered in a fragrant & fruity broth enriched with honey - a traditional Moroccan tagine at it's best! I cook mine in a traditional tagine & an electric tagine; but I realise that not everyone has one, so I have also tested this out in my crock pot; it works REALLY well and is better when cooking larger quantities. The meat becomes meltingly tender and the fruity & spicy smell transports you immediately to Morocco........on a magic carpet maybe?? Yes, I am waxing lyrical I know - but this tagine is a real winner. It's not particularly seasonal, but I do think that the colder autumn & winter months are a good time to indulge in this North African comfort dish!
Refreshing salad served during a visit to Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Ingredients are sold in the Central Market in Merida in little bags that you take home and toss together. "Xek" in Maya means something like "hodge-podge".
It was a garage sale bargain I couldn't resist. So after all these years, I am first using a crockpot--and one of the first things I made was this--and these chickpeas are outrageously good. No more canned chickpeas for me.
Another ZWT III submission. This is a great recipe from The Essential Vegetarian Cookbook. These little guys are great, I serve them with crusty bread so you can spread the fried cheese all over the bread.