A nice variation of stuffed zucchini drizzled with a sweet balsamic glaze. This recipe could work as a first course, main dish or side, whatever you're in the mood for! This recipe was created for the Ready, Set, Cook! contest.
This is for the contest and I am using ingredients that I would have never thought of using in a salsa. The salsa is not cooked and easy to prepare; therefore, the ingredients have a nice tasty crunch to them.
If you wish make these larger for your main dinner meat dish or make them even smaller as a one bite appetizer - lovely spicy flavor. Be sure that you cook your brown rice long enough - probably 30 minutes. If folding the strips of phyllo is confusing to you look in any Greek cook book for "Tiropetes" Cheese Triangles and follow the folding instructions.
This delicious soup combines chicken and sweet potatoes with the heat of red chilies and the tang of tomatoes. You can adjust the amount of red chili you use, either up or down depending on how much heat you want. I, myself, don't like things too spicy. Serve with hot buttered cornbread or crusty rolls.
This grilled dish, made with sweet potatoes and zucchini, gets its wonderful flavor from balsamic vinegar. It's easy to cook because you just pop it all into a foil packet. The amounts of vegetables can easily be increased for more people, since it has plenty of juice. I also enjoy making this with regular potatoes! This was created for RSC #6.
A fun change from ordinary egg rolls, this chicken version with sauce is easy to prepare. These freeze well too! Prep time can be easily reduced using a food processor to grate the veggies and mix the filling.