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The Dutch baby pancake is one of those foods that no one really makes anymore but should. Despite its name, the dish has its origins at a restaurant in Seattle. Basically a large popover, the Yorkshire pudding-like pancake is baked in a cast-iron pan in the oven. Other fruits and flavorings can be added for different variations, and Dutch baby pancakes are traditionally served with powdered sugar, lemon, fruit toppings, butter or syrup. Be the star of your next brunch with this triple berry recipe. .
This is definitely not your average salad. Pecans, cranberries and apple? Yes, please! 57 Add a comment ...
To make the dip, add 2 cups of yogurt to a blender along with ½ tsp vanilla cream, 1 tbsp maple syrup, cinnamon, and a pinch of salt. Blend until creamy, and split into two portions.
Preheat the oven at 375°F. Cut zucchini in half lengthwise. Using a spoon and knife (if needed) remove all the white flesh (do not discard the skin or flesh). If the green skin breaks don’t worry. Preheat a large non-stick frying pan on medium heat. Lightly coat with spray and add the white zucchini flesh, onion, garlic and mushrooms. Sauté until onions are lightly browned and liquids have evaporated. Then remove from heat. Add tomato, feta cheese and pecans to the pan. Stuff the zucchini peel with the heated mixture. Reform the peel around the stuffing. Add to a baking sheet and cook in the oven for 30 minutes. Remove from oven and serve with warm tomato sauce. Serves 1 large or 2 small. (per serving) large small Calories (k/cal) 469.2 234.6 Fat (g) 27.1 13.5 Saturated (g) 6.2 3.1 Monounsaturated (g) 12.7 6.4 Polyunsaturated (g) 6.5 3.3 Omega-3 (g) 0.4 0.2 Omega-6(g) 5.7 2.9 Carbohydrates (g) 37.5 18.7 Fiber (g) 10.6 5.3 Sugars (g) 17.9 9.0 Protein (g) 19.0 9.5
Some people might say keep it all instrumental but I think that starts sounding like elevator music. There may be a lull in the conversation and you just want to listen to the lyrics.
This sprouted kitchen breakfast is a beautifully healthy take on whole foods. (via Cannelle Vanille)
Here’s a recipe from Tyler Florence’s cookbook, Tyler’s Ultimate: Brilliant Simple Food to Make Any Time, that not too hard although I might skip brandy and the flambe step where you ignite the brandy on fire. Could be dangerous if you’re not use to it.
Poppy seeds aren’t just for muffins! Try these lemon poppy seed pancakes. (via Joy The Baker)
The goal of this lens is to start with a little history of Valentine’s Day, describe the advantages of eating at home, talk about creating a romantic setting and then getting to the food. This will come by offering a set of alternatives that give you the option to make everything from scratch or take some shortcuts to simplify the entire meal. And lastly, I’ll try to add a little humor in the process.
Beautiful roundup! Thanks so much for including my pumpkin and wild mushroom pasta! Will share. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.
Add all the ingredients to a pot and bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce heat to low and cover with a tight-fitting lid. Simmer for 15 minutes and then remove from heat. Purée in a blender or food processor until smooth. Add 1 tablespoon of water at a time if necessary to get the mixture moving. Serves 1 large or 2 small.
Cranberry orange pancakes are both sweet and tart to help you start your day with a zing! (via Flickr)
Spanish Walnut Cookies with Chocolate Orange Ganche (Gluten, Grain and Dairy Free)
Place seam-side down on baking sheet. Decorate top with pastry scraps if desired. Brush with egg mixture.
And so, thanks to some beautiful organic carrots that showed up in our Imperfect Produce box last week, this minimal-cleanup vegetarian taco recipe (which I fully admit is not remotely authentic) has become a regular rotation in the 8-ish days since I first made it. After cooking it, you'll only have a baking sheet, a cutting board, a knife and a little bowl to wash, plus it's a great example of how to do right by vegetables by making them the star of a dish rather than forcing them to play backup singer to of a hunk of meat.
Only three words are needed to describe the pure bliss that accompanies each bite of these cookies: Chocolate. Caramel. Pecans. In addition, these cookies are infused with some Mexican flavors that really takes them over the edge! Yes, these Mexican Turtle Cookies are … Continue reading →