When we got daikon in our CSA bag, I wanted to make something a little different with it. I made pesto from the leaves, carmelized thin daikon slices, and came up with something tastier than I'd anticipated!
These tasty fritters are both sweet and savory, and came from a combination of a few recipes I found online. The result was perfect, and I had to share!
This recipe is perfect as a side dish for a potluck, or an appetizer at a party. They're great hot, and still delicious at room temperature.
This is a fairly simple, absolutely delicious recipe that I adapted from a couple of Lemon Chicken recipes that I came across when I was feeling creative. The green beans were somewhat of an afterthought, but I felt that they worked very well in this mixture.
I usually eat vegetarian meals for lunch, and in an attempt to try something new I made this up last night. Even more delicious than I had expected! Measurements will be mostly estimated, as I just threw together the amount that looked right for me.
I learned to make pita bread using this recipe from my friend's copy of Nita Mehta's Lebanese cookbook. When I moved, I had to beg her for the recipe because other recipes that I found online were not so tasty or easy.
Not only is the stovetop/griddle method of cooking pitas easy, but it is so fun and satisfying to see them balloon up to make pita pockets!
Displaying up to 20 pages of results. To see all results, sign in or register.