This is from Great Recipes from Around the World by Sarah Gates. It seems a bit different from similar recipes here in that it is quite simple and utilizes ingredients most of us have on hand. I imagine you can successfully use just about any flavor of preserves here, according to your tastes. Gates says "Jalousie means 'shutter' in French, and the traditional slattered puff pastry topping of this fruit pie looks exactly like the shutters which adorn the windows of French houses."8 oz
There are 80-something versions of quiche lorraine on Zaar, but I want to post this one as it appears to be a lighter version of the original. I am posting it as I plan to make it, with a few tweaks based on what I have on hand. I will indicate what the original recipe calls for in parentheses.
I know there are 800 french onion soups on Zaar, but this one captured my fancy for the richness of its ingredients and the use of miso/nutritional yeast. Of course if you aren't vegan I'm sure it is heavenly with a crouton and LOTS of cheese :). Servings are a guesstimate, as I haven't made this yet. Please advise if the servings seem off!
I found this while idly perusing a cookbook at my sister's house--I'm not sure which book (doh!). This is fairly unique to me, and I think the flavors just work together beautifully. It was just okay as written, but for us mixing in the rice (instead of serving separately) and the addition of 1/2 t salt really made the meal.
I just got this on a recipe card from my local Earthfare store, and I can't wait to try it out! What a unique use of both portobello mushrooms and the grill! It looks like there is a lot of "play" room here, as far as using different cheeses (feta?), veggies (sun-dried tomatoes?), and even brushes of vinegar...
From the Fitness Kitchen by Shelly Sinton, the original recipe calls for white albacore tuna but I will use chunk light for less mercury. This sounds like a perfect light summer meal with a loaf of crusty bread and a glass of chilled wine. Ahhh...
Original recipe from the 9/17/08 News Sentinel; posted here for safekeeping with my "healthy" adjustments. Update: Just made these and my are they good! They puff up to become quite large, and they make for a hearty, filling breakfast with some fresh fruit or sliced tomatoes. I imagine you could use other cheeses, veggies, or meats (sausage, bacon?) to make your perfect muffin, too!