This recipe is a super easy and quick way to incorporate whole grains packed with protein into your diet. You can throw in veggies that need to be used and spice to suit your mood :) It's a flexible dish that you can throw together in a jiffy. I usually substitute water for broth and add extra seasoning.
My daughter and I are both anemic and were looking for easy and yummy ways to incorporate more iron into our diet. I'll admit they don't look really appetizing, but these eggs are light and fluffy and are great accompanied by Dr. Seuss' "Green Eggs and Ham." My daughter is 2 and can be picky, so I was ecstatic that she loved these eggs and asks for them almost daily. Mustard greens are an amazing source of vitamins and nutrients!
This recipe is an adaptation of Recipe #43708. You can substitute any flour for some or all of the whole wheat. I have used half spelt or oatmeal; I even stirred in some nutritional seaweed flakes and flax seed. It takes a little practice to roll out even tortillas, but having funny hand-shaped ones are much more fun :) You may want to make a double or triple batch to save for later.
This is an old German recipe from my Christel/Herman family in Wisconsin. It's an excellent herby-sweet side that's somewhere in between stuffing and bread pudding. With allspice, apricots and raisins your kitchen will have that wonderful Holiday smell :) I usually use much less sugar as we're not big on sweets in our house.
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