Couscous is a quick and easy side dish. This version uses vegetable broth but I'm sure it would be lovely with chicken or beef broth as well. This particular combination of ingredients just happened to be what I had in the pantry--feel free to make substitutions to suit what's in YOUR cupboards!
My mom grew up in Vancouver, and had friends from all kinds of different backgrounds and cultures, which meant all kinds of different and yummy foods! When she wrote out this recipe for me she made a little note at the bottom that said "Mrs. Hawkins was the Portuguese mother of a boyfriend of a girlfriend of mine." so there you go! If you've never had a curried hard boiled egg before it may sound strange, but they are a treat!
Like most foods, I suspect this would probably taste better if it were deep fried, or slathered in oil or butter - but if that's not an option for you, here's a simple way to make individual serving bowls for your taco salad. You'll need a non-stick frying pan and two bowls that fit snugly together, the larger bowl will dictate the size of your tortilla bowl.
A very forgiving all-in-one-pan baked omelet recipe that makes a great weeknight meal. This is the deluxe version but it's just as tasty with only eggs, potatoes and cheese. Serve with toast or garlic bread and tossed salad for a full meal. (Sure it's called Eggs for Dinner but I bet you could have it for breakfast or brunch too!)
This makes a thick, crispy cookie, more about the oats than the butter and sugar (though there's lots of those too!)Make sure you flatten them before baking, they don't spread very much in the oven. I originally found this recipe on the Quaker Oats website.
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