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This soup is so creamy and silky - it tastes like it's full of cream. But it doesn't have a drop of dairy, except for a little butter, and olive oil can be substituted for the butter to make it vegan. It's also double-duty: it uses up any late-season zucchini or squash that may still be plaguing you.
When I recently visited the library and sat down to flip through the latest Real Simple , I didn’t expect to be copying a recipe down before returning it to the shelf. I couldn’t resist this recipe’s simplicity and one pot meal potential.
Since power has been returned to my humble abode, I’ve been digging into new recipes, mostly breakfast-related yummies… this is always my favorite go-to recipe site. It’s updated daily which I love because I’m always looking to try new things. It’s pretty classic for me to try anything, then tweak it to my liking. The more recipes I’ve made, the better I’m getting at coming up with my own. Soon enough I’ll be creating my own recipes and I’m happy to share my failures and successes! Sometimes the recipes look so simple that I don’t think they’ll come out good.
Jul 13, 2010 Posted by Mel on Jul 13, 2010 in Curries/Stews , Meats/Eggs , Recipes | 61 comments Whenever I mention the Indian dish rogan josh to my friend Stacey, I accidentally call it Josh Rogan, and she says, “Who? What?” because she knows it’s really called rogan josh . Yesterday, we realized I was reversing the names because of Seth Rogen – and then Stacey was confusing him with Josh Groban .
If your calendar looks anything like mine – you’re probably only a couple of days away from crazy. My December is brimming with holiday parties, potlucks, shopping dates, and family gatherings. And with all these festive commitments usually comes food and lots of it. Along with arming you with a bunch of cookie recipes, I also wanted to provide you with a couple of simple appetizers that are sure to make your party prep a little easier and of course – more delicious! Brian and I couldn’t get enough of this Feta Cheese Ball. We both kept sneaking into the fridge to steal a nibble throughout the day, even though we were supposed to be saving it for Brian’s co-workers.
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I’m not sure there’s anything more special and delicious at Christmastime than a beautiful, perfectly cooked piece of roast beef. This is my version of prime rib, which is as good the next day, sliced cold right out of the fridge, as it is served warm on a plate with potatoes, mushrooms, and brussels sprouts. That was the menu I fixed for the Christmas special on Food Network (it’ll be on again today at 6:00 eastern time if you’d like to see the grub in living color) and it’s the menu I’ll be fixing again toward the end of this week. It’s also the menu I want to eat in Heaven.
Recipe summary You'll love that this chicken dish is so quick and easy to prepare, plus it tastes great too! Preparation time: Cooking time: 8 minutes Yield: 4 Ingredients Stir Fry 1 red pepper, seeded and diced 1 green pepper, seeded and diced 1 celery stalk, diced 3 green onions, thinly sliced 1 cup bean sprouts
1 Preheat oven to 400°F. 2 Remove the papery outer layers of the garlic bulb, leaving intact the skins of the individual cloves. Cut 1/4 to a 1/2 inch off the tops of cloves, exposing the individual garlic cloves.
The first time I tasted lemon curd, I fell powerfully and intensely in love with its tart creaminess. I was 11 years old and my family had received a jar of homemade lemon curd from my cousins in Walnut Creek, CA. They kept chickens in their backyard, had lemon trees out front and so made jars of curd using these homegrown ingredients to send to friends and family for the holidays. For a few days, I kept up the charade of sharing this sunshiny jar with my parents and sister, dutifully dolloping scant spoonfuls onto toast. However, on the third day, I couldn’t continue to resist. I removed the half-full jar from the fridge, snuck to my room and ate the rest of that amazing curd with a spoon.
Preparation Pierce squash (about an inch deep) all over with a small sharp knife to prevent bursting. Cook in an 800-watt microwave oven on high power (100 percent) for 6 to 7 minutes.
Ingredients 2 pounds fresh spinach , washed and tough stems removed 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 1/2 cup finely chopped shallots 1 teaspoon minced garlic 3/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg 1/2 cup heavy cream Directions Bring a pot of salted water to a boil over high heat. Add the spinach and cook for 2 minutes.
Cauliflower lovers unite! I’m always looking for ways to dress up my favorite white vegetable. Here’s a quickie, inspired by Southern Italian flavors. A little bacon (or pancetta), some roasted pine nuts, some garlic (of course), oregano, and red pepper flakes, and your cauliflower is ready for a debutante ball.
We like cooking chicken skin-on and bone-in, but this recipe will easily work with boneless, skinless chicken pieces as well, if that's what you prefer. Paprika can go flat and tasteless if it is too old. So check your paprika first, before starting this dish.
You will get more flavor if you use less expensive lamb pieces that come bone-in, in which case you'll likely want to remove the bones before serving.