I started with a recipe that I found on the McCormick spice website but I have changed it to incorporate vegetables and herbs that better suit my family’s taste preferences. This is a very versatile recipe that lends itself well to changes. Use whatever vegetables and herb combinations that work best for you. Some of the other vegetables that I have enjoyed in this dish include yellow squash, corn on the cob (cut into 1-inch chunks) and other bell peppers (green, yellow, orange).
A delicious meat-free take on a shepherd's pie from VegNews. We really enjoy this - nice and filling with plenty of flavor. I have successfully subbed in lentils for the veggie crumbles before - I just prepare 3/4 cup dried lentils according to package directions and proceed from there with the recipe.
From Patricia Green’s and Carolyn Hemming’s book, Quinoa 365. “The bold color and flavor of this recipe make it a great side for a pork, chicken or beef dish. If you can’t find cremini mushrooms, use an extra cup (250mL) of button mushrooms.”
This recipe is by Mary Lucile Jordan (deceased), County Extension Coordinator with the Etowah County office of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, and was published in an online edition of The Gadsden Times.
I first saw these at a bake sale and was so impressed. You bake a ball of dough in a mini-muffin tin, bake, and press a Reese's peanut butter cup into it after you take it out of oven. You are left with a picture-perfect tart, receiving "oohs and aahs" and "how did you do it?" You could even use the refrigerated sugar/peanut butter cookie dough too.
ZWT7, Italy. Roasting garlic turns its flavour soft and mellow and perfect for enjoying on its own. Any leftover oil can be filtered and reserved. An addictively delicious plate full of roasted garlic, speckled with olives and capers and herbs. From http://desertcandy.blogspot.com.
Long spears of broccoli are tossed with Chinese chile-garlic sauce, minced fresh garlic, sesame oil, a bit of raw sugar and this and that then roasted until crisp-tender. This will beat every white cardboard takeout container of Chinese you can get anywhere without exception.
From Cooking Light
This recipe came together from a few different recipes, and from having tried a number of varieties over the years. I generally use dry chickpeas that have been soaked and cooked - of course you could use tinned, which I think gives you about 1 1/2 cups when drained - so if you're using canned just adjust the water accordingly to get the consistency you want. For the garlic, if you don't have any roasted heads ready to go, you could also saute garlic to mellow it out (rather than use raw). I like to throw a few heads of garlic into the oven whenever it's in use for something else - saves using all that energy for just garlic when you need some. (Note...prep time doesn't include cooking the chickpeas or roasting the garlic..).
This is a great recipe for the holidays and to give as a gift because it is relatively easy to make. Use your favorite bittersweet chocolate for this one since the chocolate is what really makes this great. I don't remember where this recipe came from but you can mix it up by using a different type of nut or even using more or less chocolate.
This recipe came from the Holladay 7th Ward Cookbook, and was posted by Jeanne Forsberg. I found this when I had half a head of cauliflower and some carrots, and needed a vegetable side that I thought I could get kids to eat. As usual, cheese comes into play!
Well.... it is my humble opinion that the baked french toast recipes that sit overnight are soggy & mushy. So I tried this. Then added some stuff. And crossed my fingers. The topping idea I hijacked from another recipe online then adjusted to my personal taste. I do hope you enjoy; my family swooned so I came running here to post. ;)
I think you could add any dried fruit or even fresh fruit - apples, pears, bananas - cut up into bite sized pieces. I think adding orange zest to the topping might be yummy, too.
Go ahead...make it your own!
This yummy and healthy recipe comes from the wonderful book "Mon premier dîner végétarien" by Alice Hart. It is slightly sweet, nutty and just super yummy. It looks very pretty, too. I brought it to a party and it was gone in nearly no time.
I hope youll enjoy this as much as we do!
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