Lately the favorite game at our house is:
“What can we make with what we have?”
It’s fun and challenging and the savings are substantial.
Here’s what I came up with today.
It’s much lighter and less oily than typical sesame noodles.
I think this combo would also work great with leftover pork or shrimp.
My hero Jacques Pepin does something like this.
The ingredients and amounts can be played around with very freely.
Use whatever kind of cheese you like. (I normally throw in whatever leftover odd bits are in the fridge,,, the more variety , the better.)
By The Canadian Living Test Kitchen.
Crisp, herb-scented vegetables herald spring.
You can replace the baby zucchini and squash with two each sweet yellow peppers and zucchini, thickly sliced, and still keep the colours of the dish.