I’m in love with turnips and I didn’t know that until this week! I’ve never cooked with them before, because for some reason, I assumed that they were bitter like radishes. Au contraire! It’s mellow in flavor and actually quite delicious raw. For this recipe, I cook it like I would a potato in a [...]
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Using some leftover precooked lentil mixture from our lentil meatballs a few days ago, I put together a casserole. When you make this casserole without using the leftovers from the meatballs, you can simplify the lentil mixture, as the main kick is the interaction between the goat cheese and lentils. It’s a comforting and aromatic [...]
Having fun in the kitchen is not so much about coming up with new flavors or dishes but rather repackaging favorites – style-wise. The ingredients in this egg casserole could very well be found in an omelet or scrambled eggs, but something about it cooked in a casserole dish and served in a clean cut [...]
I doubt you have leftover mashed potatoes left from Thanksgiving, but isn’t it sad that most of us don’t really have mashed potatoes regularly? In my experience, it’s a comfort dish that I’d see at family gatherings or holiday dinners, not an everyday side dish unless, that is, it’s the packaged grocery store variety that [...]
Vegetable casseroles are where it’s at. Because the dish is a casserole, you feel a bit indulgent, which takes care of all those cravings for comfort, while not sidetracking your healthy lifestyle. This recipe calls for cauliflower and red pepper, but I’ve used many different vegetables – mostly root vegetables – in their place, such [...]
I love casseroles, but they usual imply a certain amount of decadence that I can’t stomach alone, not trust myself to not go picking at it when cravings hit late at night. So, a single serving size casserole is always a good idea. And to keep your single lady’s waistline in check but keep an [...]
I love casseroles because they’re simply a matter of throwing ingredients into a dish and baking. The presentation speaks for itself and the tastes marry together quite nicely on their own. This recipe is for a baked sea bass swimming in a tomato and artichoke sauce.