Simple Goat Cheese Quiche is a nice and easy brunch or lunch dish. It’s super tasty and versatile, use whatever tasty fresh greens you have in the fridge.
There are so many people searching the web for easy to make dishes while they’re at home, sheltering in place. Quiche is one of the top ten lists of searches on my blog, so here’s another recipe to whet your appetite.
Today’s recipe is a fabulous Roasted Red Pepper Dip. It is a combination of roasted red peppers, cream cheese, Mexican blend cheese, mayonnaise and celery seeds. It’s pretty simple to prepare and undeniably delicious.
Cheese and Artichoke Dip is a yummy dish and is very simple to create and a touch addictive, so beware! Thankfully, it’s great for sharing with a crowd, hence the responsibility of eating it doesn’t rest on your shoulders alone.
Cranberry pecan baked brie is a really easy dish to create. Perfect for the holidays. It’s great as a party snack or an after dinner sweet treat. I like to serve mine after dinner with port. Once the dinner things have been washed and put away, so that I can relax and take in a movie.
It’s Monday folks, and I have a wonderful meatless recipe for you today, asparagus Gruyere tart. This cheese and vegetable tart is super easy to create and it takes no time at all to cook. Once ready, all you will have to do is add a side salad and some wine or iced beverage, and you will have yourself a superb lunch.
Stuffed squash blossom kale salad is today’s recipe. Two varieties of red kale crowned with stuffed squash blossoms.
It’s so easy to get in a rut with your offerings of salad, so I decided to create something a little different, a salad that can stand on its own, a salad that will wow your guests, get them excited about what they’re about to eat.
Have you tried squash blossoms? They have a very mild squash taste. They’re delicate and when stuffed with goats cheese they’re delicious. Such a pretty salad – don’t you think?
How about this wonderful asparagus quinoa salad? It has everything you need – nutritious green vegetables, to help protect the body; quinoa, a gluten-free protein that will keep you adequately satisfied until your next meal; halloumi for, gosh darn it, great taste; garlic, for intense flavor; and finally, pomegranate, for antioxidants, and a sweet lift to your salad. Yum – right?
I love this salad. It’s a great meal anytime and absolutely scrumptious. The flavors of each ingredient are so distinctive, but play together so well.
Today’s recipe is a quick and easy, a have anytime dish – tuna and kale quiche. I’ve made this quiche so many times; I think I’ve made it close to ten times in the last three months. My friends love it, they start to hover over it as soon as I remove it from the oven. It’s great anytime, so it doesn’t really last very long.
Time to prepare for your Super Bowl party. I’m sure you plan to have an awesome selection of eats, but have you considered serving a plate of dirty chips? Your favorite potato chips smothered in barbecue chicken, cheese and jalapeño peppers.