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Cheesey Mushroom Pull Apart Bread

Cheesey Mushroom Pull Apart Bread
Cheesy Mushroom Pull Apart Bread I’m just going to come out and say this bread is AMAZING. Seriously. If you are looking for ideas for the Superbowl, MAKE THIS BREAD. Actually, you should make it this weekend to test it out and play with what flavors you want to use as a practice run. But be warned, it’s quite addictive. When I saw this recipe, I was instantly thinking of other flavors you could stuff into the bread. Two Years Ago: Chocolate Covered Strawberries One Year Ago: Vegan Sugar Free Chocolate Rum Cookies Mushrooms and cheese make this pull apart bread so delicious you won't be able to stop picking at it! Ingredients: For the Mushrooms 12 oz sliced mushrooms 1 Tbsp butter 1 Tbsp chopped fresh thyme For the Bread 1 unsliced loaf sourdough bread 12 ounces Provolone cheese, thinly sliced 1/2 cup butter, melted 1/2 cup finely diced green onion 2 teaspoons poppy seeds Directions: For the Mushrooms Heat a medium skillet on medium. Set mushrooms aside and allow to cool. Leave a Comment

8 Minute Mini Cinnamon Rolls 8 Minute Mini Cinnamon Rolls are ready in under 10 minutes. Sweet and poppable, they disappear in minutes! This post may contain affiliate links. We’ve got tons of Thanksgiving traditions in my family that I look forward to every year: Sipping mimosas while watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Someone throwing a fit about losing at Scrabble, fueled by the aforementioned mimosas. The food. Pumpkin pie eaten while watching movies by the fire at night. Cinnamon rolls to start the day off right. Yes, before the mimosas, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, turkey and pie – there’s always a warm batch of cinnamon rolls waiting for my brothers and me as we trickle into my parent’s house from our respective neighborhoods. They’re warm. They also kind of sit like a rock in your stomach for a couple hours afterwards. Well this year I thought I’d try something new when it came to those special Thanksgiving morning cinnamon rolls. Lay half the dough next to each other, and pinch the seams together.

Tarta z serem feta, szpinakiem i pieczarkami | Lazy in the Kitchen Wszystko zaczęło się od tego żółto – czerwonego pomidora, a raczej od jego niesamowitego, prawdziwego zapachu. Aby nie był taki sam, dokupiłam mu kilku kolegów, różnej postury oraz maści, nie przejmując się zbytnio ich urodą, bo przecież liczy się to, co jest w środku. Kto jak kto, ale TE POMIDORY MAJĄ BARDZO BOGATE WNĘTRZE. Tarta z serem feta, szpinakiem i pieczarkami porcja dla 4 – 6 osób porcja gotowego ciasta francuskiego ( najlepiej w formie okrągłego placka )500 g pieczarek200 g świeżego szpinaku200 g sera feta30 g masła3 ząbki czosnku1 średnia cebula2 łyżki oliwy150 ml śmietany 20 %20 “przekrętów” młynka pieprzu1/2 łyżeczki soliFormę na tartę wyłóż ciastem francuskim. Sałatka z pomidorów i rukoli 2 – 3 pomidoryduża garść młodej rukoli ( w zamian może być jakakolwiek inna sałata )płaska łyżka octu z czerwonego winapieprz i sól Pomidory sparz wrzątkiem, obierz ze skórki i pokrój na kawałki. Przepis na tartę z książeczki ” Quiches & Pizzas” Editions Soumillion Dodaj do ulubionych:

santa hat brownies « daisy's world Aren’t these Santa Hat Brownies just so cute? Thanks to Erica’s Sweet Tooth for the inspiration. I was looking for a fun and simple holiday treat and I ran across a recipe on her website. They’re so good and easy to make, especially since I bought Trader Joe’s Ready to Bake brownie mix (just pour the ready-made brownie batter in an 8-X 8-inch pan and bake for 22-25 minutes). You can use ready-made brownie bites or bake a pan of your favorite brownies. Update: November 17, 2013 This year, I plan to bake these Santa Hat Brownies and other holiday treats to give as gifts to friends and co-workers. Note: I have been paying for Picmonkey’s monthly Royale Plan for the past year. Santa Hat Brownies Yields 12-16 brownies Ingredients: 1 pan of your favorite brownies, cooled and cut into desired size and shape (I used a round cutter) 12-16 small strawberries, cleaned and hulled vanilla-mascarpone buttercream (recipe below) To assemble, pipe a ring of vanilla buttercream on top of each brownie.

Grilled Cheese Rolls ~ A Fun Spin on an American Classic! A fun spin on an American Classic... ...Dip these simple Grilled Cheese Rolls in a bowl of piping hot tomato soup or ramekin of your favorite marinara ~ and I dare you ~ I dare you to eat just one! All you'll have to do is... cut the crusts off your bread, here I used a soft wheat. Flatten your crustless bread squares with a rolling pin and then top with one piece of American Cheese (do not be tempted to use more cheese, in this case one is enough) Here I used fresh, deli sliced, Land O'Lakes yellow American Cheese - YUM! Roll your cheese squares up and then cook them in a pan with melted butter over medium heat (SEAM SIDE DOWN FIRST TO SECURE THEM) (rolling occasionally in the buttered pan to crisp all sides) until cheese is melted, about 5 minutes. Remove from the pan and your Grilled Cheese Rolls are ready to enjoy! Pin It

Sweet Potato Ravioli with Pecans and Herb Brown Butter Sauce It’s fall! Summer was great, but it’s time for something new. I’m not sure what it is about the fall air, but it makes me feel adventurous. So guess what we’re going to make today? Homemade ravioli! Brownie eggshell Brownie en cáscara de huevo No hace falta que os diga que me gusta bromear. Ya os conté las bromas que les gastábamos a los porteros en la residencia universitaria. Allí también hacíamos otra travesura con los servilleteros, esos que son de plástico rojo y vas sacando unas servilletas de papel transparente que ni limpian ni nada… Pues los desmontábamos y escribíamos mensajes en las servilletas: “Te estamos vigilando”, “Sabemos lo que hiciste”, y cosas así… Luego volvíamos a montar los servilleteros, y nos sentábamos a jugar al mus y a esperar a las “víctimas”… Era un poema ver las caras de la gente cuando sacaba las servilletas con mensaje! Como muchas de las ideas que se me ocurren, resulta que ya se le había ocurrido a alguien antes, y al hacer una búsqueda en google encontré muchos ejemplos de bizcochos horneados en cáscara de huevo. Ya está a la venta mi libro “Las recetas de la felicidad” con un montón de recetas inéditas! Puedes ver en vídeo cómo preparo esta receta aquí {Brownie}

Shrimp and tofu mini-burgers (tsukune) with red pepper sauce There are already several mini-burger or tsukune dumpling type of recipes here, but here’s another one. What can I say - mini-burgers are just perfect for bentos: they taste good when they are cold, can be made in quantity, and usually freeze very well. This time it’s a shrimp and tofu version, adapted quite a bit from a recipe in a recent issue of Kyou no ryouri: Beginners (Today’s Cooking: Beginners) magazine. It’s best when made with fresh shrimp, but uncooked frozen shrimp is fine. You probably don’t want to be messing around with shrimp paste in the morning, so it can made it the night before (have some for dinner too - it’s great hot) or freeze a batch. Recipe: Shrimp and tofu mini-burgers or pan-fried tsukune To make about 20-24 mini-burgers, depending on how big you make them The sauce: Red pepper jam or bottled chili sauce Note: This is much easier to make if you have a food processor, though you can do it by hand. Sprinkle the shrimp with sake and set aside. More mini-burgers?

Lo que hay que comer en primavera >> El Comidista Lujuria fresona. / AINHOA GOMÀ Hay un montón de cosas en el mundo que me suben la tensión, el azúcar, la urea y en general las ansias de impartir justicia por mi cuenta: la gente que da de comer a las palomas, el debate político de La Noria, los falsos heterosexuales del anuncio de Loewe... Ahora bien, en mi furia siempre habrá un gran espacio para el olvido generalizado a las temporadas de los alimentos. Es decir, esa especie de estupidez colectiva que nos invade cuando compramos melones en enero, naranjas en julio y cerezas en noviembre aunque sean más caras, no sepan a nada y resulten insostenibles para el medio ambiente. ¿Cuál es la causa de este disparate? Las fresas -o mejor dicho, los fresones, porque las fresas se extinguieron en casi toda España hace años- cada vez llegan antes a las tiendas, y a este paso las vamos a acabar comiendo en Navidad. Sí, yo también detestaba las habas, con su tamaño descomunal y su horrenda piel grisácea dura como un cartílago.

Buffalo Chicken Bites Buffalo Chicken Bites We continue onto Week 4 of College Football, which means another delicious Football bite! These bite-sized Buffalo Chicken Bites are oven baked, not fried, so not only do they taste great, but are so much healthier for you. These crispy bites are crusted in corn flakes and baked to crispy perfection. They are perfect for snacking, appetizers, parties and tailgating. One of Andrew’s favorite tailgating staples are hot wings dipped in blue cheese dressing. These buffalo bites are super easy to make and can even be prepared beforehand if you are hosting a big tailgating party. These bite-sized Buffalo Chicken Bites are oven baked, not fried, so not only do they taste great, but are so much healthier for you. Ingredients: Directions: Preheat oven to 350˚F. Recipe Note: If freezing place the dipped and uncooked chicken balls onto a parchment lined baking sheet and freeze for 15 to 20 minutes. Week One: Pizza Pretzel Bites Week Two: Slow Roasted Pulled Pork Leave a Comment

Cabbagetown Hummus Recipe I began my cooking career at a vegetarian restaurant in Ithaca, New York. Although you’ve probably heard of the other vegetarian restaurant in town, I worked up the hill at the Cabbagetown Café. While we weren’t as famous, the food was quite good. (I say we were better, but I’m somewhat biased). I guess the public agreed since by the time we opened the door each day for lunch and dinner, there was already a line down the sidewalk of hungry locals and regulars waiting to get in. We cooked everything from scratch from produce brought to us by farmers in the area, directly, before it was trendy or cool to pat ourselves on that back and write an article about it. We just did it. Farmers would come in lugging crates of dirty root vegetables, crispy radishes, and slender green pea pods, and we’d make what we could with them. We didn’t have any machines, except for a blender, and used our hands to stir and chop. Hummus Makes 6 to 8 servings 1. 2. 3.

77 Healthy Crock-Pot Recipes Crazy schedules, long work hours, and tempting takeout menus make it tough to even think about cooking most nights during the week. Despite the inconvenience, firing up the stove or oven is almost always cheaper and healthier than ordering in or eating out. How about a compromise? Breakfast 1. Tart apples, cinnamon, brown sugar, and walnuts — what’s not to love? 2. Why not begin the day with a protein-rich superfood like quinoa? 3. This vegetarian burrito filling includes loads of vegetables, beans, and eggs. 4. Making yogurt from scratch is takes some time, but it’s hands-off with a slow cooker and it’s much cheaper than buying it at the supermarket. 5. This healthy treat is usually served after dinner, but it works just as well in the morning. 6. For the meat eaters out there, here’s an easy pork-based burrito filling that can be made overnight. 7. Forget the constant stirring and standing at the stove. 8. 9. 10. 11. Hosting a brunch party? 12. 13. 14. 15. Soups and Stews 16. 18. 19.