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Roasted Broccoli Chicken Alfredo » Call Me PMc. Crock Pot Mac & Cheese. Crock Pot Mac & Cheese ~ Easy, Creamy, Deliciousness! *This post may include links to my affiliate account and Julie's Eats & Treats earns a few cents on the dollar if you purchase the items I share with you. Thank you for supporting my blog when you shop at Amazon! Enter your email to get news, updates, and great recipes in your inbox! Make sure you don’t miss any of the fun stuff Julie’s Eats & Treats is up to! Pasta Recipe: Tortelloni with Cream Sauce butter and cheese. Tortelloni with Cream Sauce - heavy cream, butter, and grated cheese As our fans know and understand we’re big believers in from scratch cooking but we’re also food pragmatist; that is to say, we understand that homemade food can, at times, be semi-homemade. Case in point, is a wonderful semi fresh pasta from the Italian company Giovanni Rana. Giovanni Rana, a 50-year old Italian pasta company with an excellent reputation in Europe, specializes in filled pastas (about 15 are available in the US) made with extra thin wrappers and, with some shapes, D.O.P. ingredients.

Do we think we, and in turn you, can make better filled pasta at home? Absolutely, but we also realize you have a life and want to fill it with family, a profession, and the other nice things in life beyond food (yes, there are a few non food related activities we enjoy). So, buying pre-made fresh pasta isn’t a bad thing as the goal is to make great pasta at home. Tortelloni with Cream Sauce Cook: Vincent Scordo – Basic Homemade Pasta Recipe. 1.1K Flares1.1K Flares × Flour well with eggs Homemade pasta recipes are fairly straightforward, though there is some variation on exact ingredients. Our basic handmade pasta recipe includes six ingredients. Mario Batali’s recipe includes flour and eggs while Lidia Bastianich uses flour, eggs, extra virgin olive oil, and ice water.

Homemade pasta, when made exceptionally well, can be a transcendent experience, including a lovely, and light, mouth feel. Homemade pasta used to be a strictly northern Italian endeavor though as economic conditions have improved slightly in post War Italy you can find southern Italian home cooks preparing handmade pasta as opposed to purchasing the dry variety. Ingredients: 1 pound of flour (all purpose) or do a mix of 1/2 all purpose flour and 1/2 semolina2 teaspoons of salt2 eggs1 heaping tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil1/2 cup of warm, filtered, water1/2 pinch of baking powder (optional) Process: Next, your ready to cut the pasta! One Pot Zucchini Mushroom Pasta. An incredibly creamy, hearty pasta dish that you can make in just 20 minutes.

Even the pasta gets cooked right in the pot! Ever since I made that one pot pasta several weeks back, I’ve been on the hunt for more recipes like this – easy, effortless and sure to be a hit with the entire family. And this zucchini mushroom pasta is exactly that. Flash plugin failed to load Share Video There is absolute no pre-cooking or sauteeing of any kind here. The water will be completely soaked by the pasta and once the noodles are cooked through, you can toss in a little bit of heavy cream (or milk, if you’re watching your calories) for a thin, creamy pasta sauce.

And don’t be too shocked when everyone just raves about how amazing this pasta is. A creamy, hearty pasta dish that you can make in just 20 min. Ingredients: Directions: Nutrition Facts Serving Size Servings Per Container 6 Amount Per Serving Calories 378.7 Calories from Fat 58.5 % Daily Value* Homemade Spinach Pasta. Pasta sheets via spinach dough (made with semolina flour, white flour, and eggs) just prior to cutting into fettuccine.

Here’s our homemade spinach pasta recipe made with semolina and white flour. The end product is a terrific fresh spinach fettuccine pasta ideally served with good butter and lots of grated Parmigiano-Reggiano. Ingredients: 2 cups of semolina flour (we used a very good Pastificio Vicidomini semolina flour from the excellent online shop Olio2go)1 cup of all purpose flour1 cup of cooked and chopped spinach (if you can find fresh then use it, but frozen is fine as well)1 egg (if you like to use more eggs when making pasta then you can use 2 eggs, but omit the spinach water below)1 teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil1 pinch of Kosher salt4 ounces of water (if you’ve saved the water from cooking down the spinach then use it instead of plain water)NOTE: if you’re looking to make plain homemade pasta with flour and semolina then simply omit the spinach.

Process: Plain pasta dough. Fettucine with Scallops, Red Pepper and Lime - The Official Cat Cora Website and Blog. 1. Fill a large pot with water and bring to a rolling boil. 2. Meanwhile, toss the scallops with the spices, 2 teaspoons salt, and black pepper and let sit for about 10 minutes. 3. Add 2 teaspoons of salt and the fettuccine to the boiling water, stirring. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Slow-Cooker Vegetarian Lasagna Recipe. Pad Thai | Nutty Kitchen. We love Thai food, it’s fresh and so delicious as it satisfying.

We wanted to share a healthy version of Pad Thai with you and is quick and tastes authentic. We are going to show you our with shrimp, but you can use your favorite protein. This serves 4 – 6 people 2 – 3 lbs of shrimp1 – 1/2 packages of rice noodles, chose your preferred thickness (one of our packages contain 14 oz of dry noodles)2 whole eggs2 tbsp fish sauce1/2 cup of Tamarind sauce, make it fresh it will be better6 cloves of garlic, minced1 tsp ground dried chili pepper (we use the seeds from the dried red Thai chilis)1 pinch of fresh ground pepper, to taste (black pepper is fine)1 lime4 large shallots, minced1 tbsp palm sugar8 tablespoons tamarind pulp (or 2 – 3 tbsp paste) we prefer the fresh version – well worth it! Easy Preparation: This will be best in a large Wok. In the meantime boil noodles in salted water for about 3 minutes and drain.

Guaranteed you will love this! Like this: Like Loading... One Pot Spicy Thai Noodles. Brie, Bacon and Basil Pasta. Is there really anything more comforting than pasta? What about pasta and bacon? Okay, what about pasta, bacon and brie cheese? Right? It’s basically a match made in heaven and we all need to grab a bowl of this immediately. I made this 2 weeks ago on a whim because I had some leftover brie from a dinner party and decided throwing it into some freshly cooked spaghetti was the sensible thing to do. Fast forward a few days later and I decided to do it again. So the second time I decided to get extra snazzy.

So I’m for sure adding this quick and easy dish into the regular rounds of dinner. Brie, Bacon and Basil Pasta Ingredients 10 oz pasta1/2 cup pasta water - reserved4 pieces think sliced bacon1/2 yellow onion, thinly sliced2 cloves garlic, minced1/2 lb brie, cut into cubes10 basil leaves, cut into a chiffonadeKosher salt and freshly cracked black pepper to taste Instructions Bring a large pot of water to a boil and the cook the pasta according to the package directions. Kale and Feta One-Pot Pasta Recipe. The Vegan Stoner: Veggie Ramen. Creamy Caprese Quinoa Bake. You need this today. It’s got tons and tons of basil. It’s my very favorite summer herb. As if you did not notice. It’s also loaded with tons and tons of sweet grape tomatoes. Another summer favorite of mine. In fact, they are my favorite variety of tomatoes. But of course, I can never, ever find them and when I do?

I totally can not afford them. So I pretty much always go for the cute little grape tomatoes. They never fail me. So I am on a bit of a quinoa kick. I think most of the world is. I went and made it so much better today. I combined it with fresh tomatoes, basil, a little cream and a lot of cheese. Then I melted that cheese in the oven. Yes, the oven. Just a few minutes under the broiler and you have ooey gooey cheesy quinoa. Like a melty caprese pasta, but with quinoa. It’s so good. Plus simple and easy and so quick. Just what every Monday needs. Oh and apparently I feel Monday needs lots of photos too. Photos are easier on the brain anyway. It’s a good way to ease into the week. Ingredients. Roasted Garlic Macaroni and Cheese Recipe. It’s taken me 4 years, 4 months and 18 days to publish a recipe for macaroni and cheese. That’s 1,602 days or 38,448 hours.

And that, my fellow noodle gurus, is outrageous. I can assure you it’s not for a lack of pasta passion. I’ve dabbled in the Cacio e Pepe, gotten my layer on with Lasagna Bolognese, whisked (and drank) my way to Penne Vodka, but nowhere in that flurry of culinary chaos did I even contemplate the comfort food to end all comfort foods: macaroni and cheese. The debut of this iconic dish merited more than a classic preparation. Outrageous ideas often have rewarding outcomes. Mac + "Cheese" - Skinny Fat Girl Diary. Dear Diary, After a very glutenous vacation in Peru (Check out our Instagram #SFGinPeru for some pretty snaps!) I’ve been trying to be better in the health food department. If you have any question that I’m exaggerating let me just say that for Tommy’s birthday I treated us to a 29 course meal.

Yes, you heard me correctly… 29! And I may or may not have mistaken tomato infused butter for tuna. And ate it. Needless to say, we’ve been doing our best to eat clean since we’ve been home. Squash Mac ‘n “Cheese” Ingredients: 1 Butternut squash (Or substitute for canned pumpkin)EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil)1 tbsp Coconut oil3/4 cup unsweetened & unflavored Almond milk1 tbsp Cornstarch6 tbsp Nutritional yeast2 tsp Dijon mustard1/4-3/4 tsp Garlic powder1/2 tsp Onion powder1 tbsp Fresh lemon juice1/2-1 tsp Salt + Pepper (to taste)4 servings Brown Rice Macaroni(Optional: Veggies. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. I used the extra “cheese” sauce as a dip for veggies too! Roasted Garlic Pasta Salad | Foodboum. The Vegan Stoner: Pesto Pasta. ~Nym said... This is a neat recipe. I've seen others that you have posted sound more appetizing, however, why are you soaking the cashews for 10 minutes? August 19, 2011 Anna A. said...

I love this recipe! August 19, 2011 The Vegan Stoner said... Hi Nym,You can soak the cashews for less than 10 min, they just need to be softened. August 19, 2011 Anonymous said... Can I just say that I think it's hilarious that the picture on the extra virgin olive oil is a frowning nun? August 19, 2011 pushups with polish said... Hello!! August 19, 2011 Is it possible to substitute the cashews for any other nuts? August 19, 2011 Yes, pine nuts are used traditionally in pesto (but can be expensive).

August 19, 2011 Ellie Renee said... Would you suggest raw or roasted cashews? August 21, 2011 Both work, use whichever one your partial to! August 21, 2011 Teeny said... Just made this. August 22, 2011 Nicole said... I totally made this tonight but I subbed the fresh basil for fresh broccoli. August 26, 2011 Hannah said... Easy Pad Thai with Chicken Recipe. For the sauce: 1 1/2 Tablespoons tamarind concentrate/paste 1/4 cup fish sauce 1/2 teaspoon Sambal Oelek (chili sauce) 1/3 cup packed light brown sugar 1/8 teaspoon fresh black pepper For the noodles: 8 ounces Thai rice noodles 2 large boneless skinless chicken breasts 1 teaspoon cornstarch 3 Tablespoons low sodium soy sauce Vegetable oil, for stir-frying 4 cloves garlic, minced 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes 2 cups fresh bean sprouts 1/4 cup chicken stock 1/2 cup sliced carrots, for garnish 1/2 cup shredded red cabbage, for garnish 1/4 cup cilantro leaves, for garnish 1/4 cup sliced scallions, for garnish 1/3 cup roughly chopped peanuts, for garnish Lime wedges, for garnish Make the sauce: In a medium bowl, whisk together the tamarind concentrate with 1/2 cup warm water.

Whisk in the remaining sauce ingredients. Set aside. Make the noodles: Fill a large pot with hot water. Drain the noodles and rinse them with cold water to prevent them from sticking together. Kelly's Notes: Foraging for and cooking wild fennel » Cooking with Rosetta. This is the time of the year for wild fennel fronds. Thank goodness that my parents moved to Northern California.

I don’t know what we would have done without our wild fennel! The wild fennel that grows here in Northern California is the same variety, finocchietto selvatico, as the one that grows on the coastal areas of Southern Italy. I foraged for some yesterday while hiking on a trail with my husband. Wild fennel grows in empty lots, meadows, roadsides–just about everywhere.

During the spring the green fronds sprout from the old roots of the previous year. They then grow throughout the spring and summer into tall cane-like stems. Wild fennel is not the same as the fennel that you buy at the farmers’ market or at the produce store. When foraging for wild fennel don’t collect from the roadside or other locations where the plants are exposed to car exhaust or dogs. Many of you have eaten pasta con sarde, a dish from my husband’s hometown of Palermo that requires wild fennel fronds. One Pot Gluten-Free Mac and Cheese - Iowa Girl Eats. Picture the creamiest, cheesiest mac and cheese – made gluten-free and without butter or cream! One Pot Gluten-Free Mac and Cheese is it! Ahoy, there (yep I just said ahoy which I had to Google to make sure Urban Dictionary hasn’t destroyed the original meaning leaving me wrong and red faced. Right.)

Anyway, greetings! I hope you had a super Memorial Day weekend! It rained pretty much nonstop from Friday to Sunday, but we got out a few times in between rain drops. Monday was gorgeous so the whole family planted themselves on my parent’s back deck to enjoy a tasty cookout under the sun before the rain rolled right back in later that night. What’s up with the weather, May? In the meantime, I’ve got mac and cheese on the brain – One Pot Gluten-Free Mac and Cheese to be exact! The other day I was talking with a friend who is getting tested for Celiac Disease about what her last glutenous indulgence would be if diagnosed, and what mine was too. Umm…it was ALL THE CHOCOLATE MUNCHKINS. Notes. How to Make Noodles Out of Vegetables - Real Food RN.

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