Heat a nonstick skillet or griddle to medium heat. Brush the skillet with a little olive oil and use a ⅓-cup measuring cup to pour the batter onto the pan. Use the back of the cup to gently spread the batter a little more. Cook the pancakes until bubbles appear, about 1½ minutes per side, turning the heat to low as needed so that the middles cook without burning the outsides. I usually start with medium heat and move to low heat as my pan starts to hold residual heat after each batch.
And there you have it! A delicious gourmet lunch for twenty, put together by seven people. After we added everything up, it cost about $35 each for the ingredients, but only about $13 per plate, which really isn’t bad at all! We all split the bill, so that no one person was stuck with an enormous cost… except my boss, who graciously offered to cover the cost of the drinks. But thanks to him, we all had just a little happier of an afternoon. 😉 .
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Serve garnished with thyme leaves and perhaps a couple of grinds of black pepper.
There are so many reasons to pack your own lunch: It’s an affordable alternative to $10 wraps, a great way to use up leftovers, and a healthier option for kids' meals.Heck, sometimes we just can’t get enough of our delicious homemade cooking! But if you’re going to the extra effort of bringing lunch to work or school, you want to ensure it’ll get from Point A to Point B in one piece.
This is poke meets kinilaw, a Filipino-style ceviche. The acidity of coconut vinegar and yuzu juice plays against creamy coconut milk, and with the addition of vanilla bean, black pepper,…
Spray counter top with non-stick cooking spray and roll dough out into a large rectangle about 1/4? thick. Brush dough with melted butter, then spread with scrambled eggs. Sprinkle the shredded cheese on top (reserving about 1/2 cup for later), then spread bacon and sausage.
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Made a few small changes by omitting the bell pepper and using only one onion. I also used 2 cups of pasta instead of 1 1/2 to balance out the omissions. I found that the can of petite diced tomatoes I had worked perfectly in this recipe. For the cheese, I didn’t even bother measuring I just covered the top with cheese. And then added more cheese on top of my portion after I scooped it out of the skillet. You can’t go wrong with more cheese, I always say.
To assemble, add half of the chia pudding to a bowl. Top with about 2 tablespoons of blueberry puree and 2 tablespoons of almond butter. Then garnish with fresh berries and pistachios.
You can also enjoy this delicious treat as a snack, appetizer, or even a side dish.
A regional dish you might not have heard of, goetta is a very popular breakfast sausage in Cincinnati, Ohio. Similar to scrapple and made out of either pork or a mix of pork and beef, goetta also contains oats, bay leaves, thyme, rosemary and onion. Goetta typically comes in a round loaf and can be served like any other breakfast meat, although most like to eat it plain —and it's super easy to make.
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Entertaining guests for breakfast is always a source of panic for me. Not only am I NOT a morning person, who has the time in the morning to cook a full meal for guests? That’s where make-ahead recipes or easy assembly jobs come in handy. And this easy breakfast board has become my go-to for fuss-free breakfast entertaining or fun family brunches.
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If you’ve never had a real ragu before (no, we’re not talking Chef Boyardee), you’re missing out. A rich, slow-simmered, meat-based sauce is served with pasta for a decadent-feeling meal. In our simple take on the classic, the finishing touch of salty Pecorino Romano cheese balances the sweetness of the carrots, onions, and tomatoes in the sauce.