Fast and delish AND totally unlike any grilled corn you have ever had. Sweet corn on the cob, herbs and parmesan cheese- yes I said cheese!- take the ordinary to the extreme! You can use fresh corn but frozen is so much more convenient and can be better than fresh especially out of season.
I was looking through my cookbooks one night trying to find a new way to make a veggie side dish for dinner. I needed something quick and easy and I came across this. It sounded a little odd but I gave it a try anyway and I absolutely loved this combination of herbs with the broccoli and tomato. If you make it with oil instead of butter, it can also be fat free too. I've left out the tomato and made it with just the broccoli and it was also very good that way. I hope you enjoy it too. ***** If I'm really in a hurry, I've used the frozen broccoli that steams in the bag in the microwave and just mixed the rest of the ingredients in a bowl and combined with broccoli after I've steamed it. Works great and saves time! Recipe is from an old Betty Crocker cookbook.
this is kind of a reinterpretation of the classic aloo gobi, only not by the braise process. because the cauliflower emits so much water, it doesn't need to be braised but somewhat steamed for a lighter crisper texture.
If you adore artichokes, you should adore this CHEESY appetizer. This takes your next gathering to the sophisticated level. Great for special occasions, if you are having a large get together you will probably want to double this recipe, and keep it warm.
this is the first year i planted a garden here in pa. it was essentially herbs, but i threw in 2 tomato plants and one pepper plant, now this late in the season i am left with many green tomatoes. this recipe is courtesy of tyler florence, and worked perfectly.
If you're one who likes to pick off artichoke leaves and dip them into a sauce, you must try this recipe!! I'ts really easy and fun to do alongside whatever piece of meat you're grilling on a lazy afternoon.