Cute, scrumptious desserts sized for two. Perfect for summer when there are fresh blueberries and peaches. You can also make this with thawed frozen fruit. So simple and so good! The original recipe is from Cooking for Two, which is published by Taste of Home.
Melissa Rubel from Food & Wine Magazine, uses a few shortcuts to make her creamy baked pasta. She starts by boiling the cauliflower and rigatoni together in one pot. Then, for a quick and supercrispy topping, she sprinkles the dish with Parmiagiano-panko crumbs, and broils it. The topping browns perfectly in only two minutes.
F&W Magazine, 02/2008 - From World's Best Pastas.
An easy and tasty recipe from Food Network. In order to make it more low calorie, I replaced butter/oil w. cooking spray, and heavy cream with fat free milk with a 1/2 tsp of flour. Grits I replaced with brown rice. It looks great on the plate, tastes fantastic, and is very low calorie and healthy. Instead of a regular grill, I broiled the fish and vegetables in oven spraying them first with cooking spray so that they would not get dry (used same timings as given in the recipe for grilling).
I had a similar recipe at a local winery, I loved it so much I came home and invented it. This is pretty close. Everyone I have made it for liked it, a good meal or side dish. I found no extra spices were needed and the juice from the veggies made a good sauce.
This originally came from a Weight Watchers cookbook and I adapted it slightly for a chili cookoff at work. It ended up as a finalist and was voted "Most Memorable". I really enjoyed the flavor and it is very quick to put together, which is even better! 4 WW points for 1 cup serving.
From Cooking Light, this is a wonderful side or light main dish. It is good even without the pine nuts if you don't have them on hand, also any herb will work for the basil, you just may need a little more or less depending on the herb.