If you’re looking for a fun and tasty snack that can be served during almost any meal and for any occasion, check out this Crispy Fried Cauliflower Bites recipe. It’s super simple and truly tasty. All you need is a large cauliflower, garlic, eggs, panko breadcrumbs, salt for seasoning, and oil that can withstand high heat.
That short list of groceries can be transformed into a wonderfully crispy treat that will have your family and friends coming back for more and more.
Cashew Butternut Squash Soup, is a medley of flavors. Mostly mild tasting ingredients, with the usual mirepoix base of onions, carrots and celery in butter. Chunks of potatoes and butternut squash are added, and followed with cashew milk and chicken stock. Finally, the flavor is amped up with some garam masala. It’s marvelous!
Black Rice Noodle Roasted Maitake Soup is so delightful. Nicely filling with oodles of flavor and variety in texture. This soup is gluten free, and no meat is added. If you nix the egg, it’s vegan too.
Risotto requires patience and what I call food affection – spending time stood over your pan, coaxing a dish into submission, bringing out the flavors. I applied some food affection to my asparagus risotto, and I’m so happy with the final result.
Who doesn’t love brunch on a Saturday or Sunday? I usually opt for eggs for brunch with some sort of breakfast meat or fish. There are times though, when I avoid eating meat. Not often, but there are times. On those days potato zucchini frittata works a treat.
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?
Finding meat free dishes that I enjoy is not always easy. I am a true meat lover, but I do like to take a day off from eating meat once in a while. So I worked on a pasta dish so that I would have something hearty to eat on those days I wanted to avoid meat. It’s mushroom ricotta pappardelle, a fantastic meat free meal. It’s hearty, extremely flavorful, and full of texture. I love it, and you’re going to love it too.