This looks like it could be good and fun to make
The original recipe specified soy sauce and goat-cheese, so I modified it. This does sound like it would be great comfort soup. All that stuff to clear out the sinuses and fill and warm the belly.
A simple vinaigrette salad dressing, can also be used for a marinade.
From Martha Stewart, this looks super tasty.
This is a quick and easy main dish, something I sort of whipped up on the spur of the moment.
Ma Lipo’s Apricot-Glazed Turkey with Roasted Onion and Shallot Gravy. I made this for both our thanksgiving and christmas dinners in 2011. It’s my new favourite way to roast turkey.
It’s nearing the end of summer, and you’ve probably had your share of hot dogs, but these Argentine dogs are as far from yellow mustard and ketchup as you can get.
This is a recipe from the Palermo Brothers, a comedy duo, who had the famous tag line “‘Atsa Louie, I’ma Phil”. This appeared in their autobiography of that name. I am pretty sure it’s out of print now, but you can pick up facsimiles still. This recipe appeared in the paper, which is how I got it. It’s a winner!
The times I’ve visited Australia have been magical, in no small part because of the way they make some food their own. The hamburger, a traditional American fry-out food, is transformed into something glorious here. What really makes it aussie is “put an egg onnit”.
I’m not sure where this recipe came from, but it’s a grand soup, a beet-based borscht.
I don’t know where I found this recipe, but it makes a great dip. Someone tried on their burger at a BBQ and declared it wonderful.
This breakfast casserole topped with runny eggs by F&W’s Grace Parisi develops a terrific texture as it cooks slowly in a glass dish (which makes it easy to see when the bottom is perfectly browned). As one F&W editor remarked on tasting it, “I worship the crisp bottom and the chewy, moist bread.”
“Bacon is the beginning of a sweet, savory, and smoky spread that’s just irresistible on a biscuit, with crusty bread, or added to scrambled eggs. The flavors of onion, maple syrup, and bourbon whiskey add complexity.”
I pulled this from a great article in the guardian’s Word of Mouth blog, both as a great recipe, but also as some of the best food writing around. I’ve included the whole article below the recipe for archival reasons.
This sounds like it would make a rather awesome weekend finger-food breakfast for a group event of some sort.
A friend introduced me to these, and they are spectacular as you might imagine.
A super moist, delicious cake recipe using Bailey’s Irish Cream.
This makes a very tasty, fall-off-the-bone, barbequed chicken done in the oven.
This is surprisingly simple and so delicious! I first had baked nachos from a little hole-in-the-wall burrito place in Santa Clara, whose name escapes me now. They had great burritos though, and this was what they made of nachos!
Frittatas are like fancy omelettes with potatoes. This one is very tasty. This recipe came out of a Williams-Sonoma catalog, which coincidently is where we purchased the frittata pan…
Made this today for Memrorial Weekend celebration BBQ at my brother’s. I needed something to bring that I know I’d be able to eat and enjoy. Learning to find things I can eat while being out with normal folks is hard. This one, though, is AMAZING. This is pretty similar to Sweet and White Potato Salad except the taters are baked intead of boiled. Plus BACON.
Oh my, this was so good. This is now a go-to recipe for us. Consider adding loose sausage instead of the eggs, or even chicken. Yum! This is definitely one for the houseboat!
This delicious stuffed zucchini recipe can be served as either a sidedish or a maindish.
Pesto has many uses, such as with pasta, topping for chicken or fish, or as a spread on crusty Italian bread. This is a pretty basic recipe, found all over.
Pesto has many uses, such as with pasta, topping for chicken or fish, or as a spread on crusty Italian bread. This is a pretty basic recipe, found all over.
I wanted something that was gluten-free and dairy-free to snack on one evening, and didn’t really want popcorn, my typical go-to these days, and thought “Hey, I have some tortilla chips, I have a couple cans of beans, why not make some bean dip?”. So I did.
Beef Bourguignon (or “Beef Burgundy”) is my favorite thing to cook in my Instant Pot. It’s aromatic and filling and is a great meal to make for company or to serve on a cold autumn or winter night.
Corn is a pretty good add to most meals. This corn pudding has been a perrenial hit at potlucks and gatherings, earning rave reviews and an empty pan to take home.
These are the most flavorful crispy roast potatoes you’ll ever make. And they just happen to be gluten-free and vegan (if you use oil) to boot.
I’m not sure where this recipe came from, but it’s a real winner using left over turkey (or even browned ground turkey). I do it without the jalapenos, because I don’t like their taste. Using a habanero would be awesome.
This is the best chewy blondie recipe! These cookie bars include the option of adding white chocolate chips and nuts, but they taste just as good without any add-ins
I’ve been making pancakes for years and years, since I was a pre-teen.
A great wild rice soup recipe. I made this today, 29 January 2012, for lunch with one of our good friends. It was declared a real winner.
This one goes in the Holy Cow! file – a lot of vinegary stuff in this recipe!
Leek soup adds brightness and warmth to winter. Prepare them carefully and leeks will shine as a main mealtime ingredient.
Buckwheat pancakes made with real buckwheat flour are gluten free.
This savory bread pudding from Bon Apetite can be the centerpiece of a vegetarian feast or an ideal brunch dish. To simplify the prepraration, roast the squash, chop the shallots and grate the cheese a day in advance.
This soup is perfect for a fall day. From Food Network Magazine, October 2012, p 102.
A classic squash soup with the addition of apple cider.
This recipe was printed in the Minneapolis Star/Tribune Taste section the week of December 14th, 2012. It is the recipe used by the famous Lincoln Del restaurant/deli, a family favourite.
Simple cabbage curry recipe - Simple home style Indian cabbage recipe made with peas, spices & herbs.
This is another family and potluck favourite. Double for potluck.
This chili won my brother first prize for veggie chili in a department chili cookoff. (He was the only entrant, but they could have withheld the award if the chili was no good.)
Carmelized onions are a real treat in many dishes and accompanying meats of all kinds. There are some tricks to doing it right, but it’s not too hard.
This is amazing Mac-n-Cheese. It’s a bit heavy on the bacon for how much other stuff is in there, but if you love bacon, this is your dish!
This is a fantastic appetizer recipe gleaned from an advertising circular. The ad called for using Karo syrup, which I omitted quite readily.
A healthy and delicious looking salad. I love fennel root.
A really tasty and hearty soup; perfect for the cold months!
All you need is two ingredients, an oven, and 15 minutes in the food processor to make the easiest, creamy Homemade Cashew Butter
Another alternative crust pizza, this time with cauliflower!
A pretty simple beef hot dish. This is a recipe my Mom found ages and ages ago and inflicted on us. We actually liked it.
Not a whole lot different that the colorado red chili, but this is just focused on the meat part, not making a chili.
From Martha Stewart’s site. This pie dough is used in the Apple Crostata recipe
You can use just about any round winter squash for this recipe. But steer clear of the field pumpkins meant for jack-o’-lanterns: Their flesh is stringy and less tasty than other varieties.
A fair rendition of that wonderful windy city dish
I threw this together rather spontaneously tonight with things at hand. It’s a pretty simple thing, probably can be the basis for something even better-er.
From the webiste: “Instant Pot
Shredded Chicken Burrito Bowl is the most delicious Burrito you will ever eat. One pot cooking in your instant pot and it takes less than 20 minutes to prepare.”
This sounds so delicious – I might try to create a non-crockpot version as well.
A great dish, easily prepared, and can be combined with so many things.
There’s very little about this recipe that is Chinese. The ramen is japanese, for example. It calls for red wine vinegar instead of rice vinegar as well. Broccoli slaw instead of shredded chinese cabbage.
Traditional Dim Sum treat from the StarTrib Taste section.
These look delectable, but I have yet to try the recipe. I’m not at all sure about using butter substitute here, why not just use the real thing? Also: too many brand names here.
Second recipe on an old mimeographed sheet out Mom’s cooking journal.
A sumptuous way to finish off a Italian dinner.
This cake suprises people because the frosting ends up on the bottom!
These chocolate treats are crowd-pleasers, and they’re gluten-free.
This is a traditional Alsacian recipe, rather simplified here, but oh so delicious
ChowChow is a cabbage pickle that has roots in Southern US cooking, Nova Scotia, and Chinese cuisine.
A faithful rendition of the famous Skyline Chili from Cincinatti, Ohio.
Pork chops with applesauce has been a staple in many cultures; cooking pork with apples and onions/shallots is a divine way to prepare this meat. This recipe makes things go even better with the addition of cinnamon and sage.
This is the classic roast turkey recipe I’ve been following for some time, when I don’t make the apricot glazed turkey. This is pretty universal.
This is the classic family dressing recipe, with raisins.
Another recipe from Betty Rossbottom’s “Sunday Soup” cookbook, page 59
Like it’s cousin, Colorado Red Chili, this recipe came from a friend of mine out in Colorado who goes by the handle Fielding Melish. This is a green variety of chili, a chili verde. Note that the “Colorado” in the title doesn’t mean the Spanish word for “red” – it’s where the recipe originated.
I originally picked up this recipe from a friend who goes by the alter ego of Fielding Melish (cf. Woody Allen movies). This is one of the recipes that I lost and am trying to recreate from memory. I haven’t tried out this version, but it’s the best I can remember it.
Chorizo is a spicy Spanish sausage. Combine it with corn, potatoes, and a fried egg to create a savory dish versatile enough to enjoy anytime.
This makes an awesome side dish. Careful you don’t eat too much!
I’ve not made this, but the recipe sounds wonderful.
The combination of the tart cranberries and sweet pears makes this a fabulous dessert
This is modified from the recipe you usually find on the bag of cranberries.
Pretty good looking and easy recipe from Panera
A very different accompaniment for roasted meats, especially turkey.
This sounds really basic and easy, when I have time to wait while it bakes. TOO THIN!
I don’t have any experience with cooking gnocchi, but this recipe sounds so absolutely wonderful. Another great one from the Half-baked Harvest.
This recipe purported to be both dairy free and vegan, yet it listed “unsalted butter”; I replaced it with vegan butter (e.g. Earth Balance Red). It sounds like a really great curry.
This is a classic from my mom’s collection of recipes. I’m not sure where it came from originally, but it sure is a winner!
Found in the Taste section of the Minneapolis Star/Tribune, October 2011, originally from the “Apple Lover’s Cookbook”. My friend, Marina, makes a version of this without apples, and tops with powdered sugar and lemon juice as well. This is their traditional holiday breakfast dish.
This looks like such a simple recipe, sure to be a favourite!
A rather easy version of that famouse New Orleans dish.
This recipe provides opportunities for a lot of variation. The spice measures are really inexact (instead of “tablespoons”, I tend to use “mound on palm”, for example. :) ). The ingredients can be played with endlessly, even to the point of making minestrone instead of chili. :) (Just add some macaroni and you’re there, practically.)
Eggs Benedict is one of the fancy looking and sounding dishes that turn out to be a breeze to make. If you’re not up for making the hollandaise yourself, you can get it in dry packets and make it up.
Traditional chicken enchiladas in rolled corn tortillas and baked.
For those of us meat-a-tarians at a loss for what to feed our vegan and vegetarian friends, this recipe works really well. Serve the falafel cakes in pocket pita with fresh sliced vegetables and cucumber sauce or tahini. Even the meat eaters love this recipe!
This looks like a super delightful recipe, and easy, too.
My mom got this recipe out of a newspaper ages and ages ago and it’s been a perennial favourite of our family for a long time, and on to other families as well. My friend, Marina, made some glorious modifications to it by adding chopped candied ginger pieces to the batter. Truly a work of art!
I am so so so excited to share this recipe with you today. Yes, it’s only 2 ingredients. And I mean really two ingredients. Not one of those recipes that say two or three ingredients and then one of the ingredients is something like “pre-made dough”” or “cake mix”. (Not that there is anything wrong with those recipes.)
Uses low-fat ricotta cheese as the basis for the crust. Low carb, gluten-free, celiac-compatible.
I have yet to try this, but it looks just too easy.
This is a quick and easy recipe to make biscuits like you’d find at some nation-wide chain seafood and american food restaurants.
The original article was entitled ‘“Mock” Garlic Mashed Potatoes’. I’m wondering why the word mock was in quotes? Does that mean it’s not really mock? Or mock mock? Anyway, this looks super delicious and I’m not afraid of calling it what it is. It might be possible to make this gluten-free and dairy-free, but it will take some experimenting.
A great recipe for an artisan style bread with rosemary.
Try this garlic scape pancakes recipe from Kitchen Vignettes. These flaky pancakes are a great appetizer or side dish from PBS Food.
This is a recipe from my Great Aunt Lillian’s store of recipes, has been in my family for a long time. These are the best ginger snaps evar.
I might have died and gone to dessert heaven.
Gluten-free ramen swimming in THE most flavorful bacon broth. (Yes, I said bacon broth.) Loaded with veggies, & super easy (even using frozen chicken!) this instant pot bacon ramen noodle comes together in 30 minutes.
Join the holiday lefse hype with this gluten free lefse recipe! A few simple swaps make this recipe gluten free and dairy free.
- ¼ cup flax meal
- ¾ cup hot water
- 3 cups sorghum flour
- 1½ cups potato starch (not potato flour)
- 1 cup sweet rice flour
- ½ cup tapioca starch/flour
- 4 teaspoons xanthan gum
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 3½ teaspoons active yeast
- 2 cups + 1 tablespoon warm water, divided
- ¼ cup honey
- Olive oil, to brush top, optional
A very differently flavoured meatloaf than the usual American style. This is a bit like a loaf of gyros.
The standard GBC is pretty basic: couple of cans of green beans, can of mushroom soup, top with french fried onion strings. This retains only some of that, but makes it into something more than a quick toss together, with some substance.
a mexican-inspired casserole with chicken and tomatillo sauce
Green Enchiladas Chicken Soup (Keto Slow Cooker Mexican Soup), with a creamy broth of green enchiladas sauce, salsa verde, cheeses, and tender shredded chicken, you can’t go wrong with this recipe. Perfect for those busy nights! This Mexican soup recipe is keto and low carb friendly which will make everyone happy! This recipe can be made on a stovetop or in an Instant Pot.
Grilled cheese sammiches are the traditional midwestern comfort food. Paired with tomato soup, they are wonderful for when things are cold and blowy, or when you don’t want to think about what to make.
This sounds quite easy to make one of my favourite things to eat. Can also use with ground pork or chicken.
A traditional moroccan dish served each night of Ramadan to break the fast
These Instant Pot Hawaiian Chicken Tacos are out of this WORLD. Juicy pineapple and spiced chicken crisped under the broiler, tucked into tortillas, and rolled up with creamy jalapeño ranch slaw.
There are easy dry mixes for hollandaise that are every bit as good as this recipe, without the need for double boiling, and being attentive to it. I usually just use one of the mix packets and follow the directions on it.
A nice recipe for a sugar-free pizza sauce you make yourself! Low-cal, low-carb.
This is just a basic potato salad, easy to make. Who needs store-bought stuff when it’s this easy to make!
The thing about potato salad is that everyone has their own recipe. Here is another one that uses red potatoes and adds bacon!
Making your own stock is a great way to use leftover things like poultry carcases, meat bones, etc.
Skip the store and make sweet treats at home with Alton Brown’s Homemade Marshmallows recipe from Good Eats on Food Network.
Honey Garlic Chicken - moist, tender, fall-off-the-bone chicken thighs in savory and sweet honey garlic sauce and made in an Instant Pot, so delicious
This is a great dish to serve at a party, or take along on a picnic.
This is a pretty awesome and simple dip. The recipe was found in a magazine ad.
Sure, you could labor over beef burgundy stew for hours like most recipes call for. Or you could make this hands-off Instant Pot™ version that’s ready with less time and less effort. Both techniques result in dinner that’s beyond delicious. We’ll leave it up to you on how to get there.
Now you don’t have to wait for the fair, the food truck or leave your house when you’re craving Greek food. This Instant Pot™ version of classic gyros is made quick and cheap using chuck roast that comes out just as tender as the traditional lamb meat. Top with sliced red onion, diced tomato and a dollop of homemade tzatziki sauce.
Instant Pot Beef and Broccoli - This comforting and hearty dish brings bold asian flavors that are Whole30, Paleo, Keto, Gluten Free and Soy Free. It’s the perfect healthy 30 minute meal
Make this Easy Instant Pot Chili Recipe under an hour! Simple umami & spicy Pressure Cooker Beef & Beans Chili to satisfy your hearty comfort food cravings.
This recipe looks so simple, and looks so NOMMY! It originally came from “Cooking with Julia” and was posted at foodbuzz. This will be my first foray into baking something more complex than drop biscuits, cake or cookies. This looks easy enough that I’m sure it will turn out!
Ground turkey, italian herbs, garlic, and marinara.
A must-try authentic Kofta kebab recipe: ground beef and lamb mixed with fresh parsley, onions, garlic and Middle Eastern spices. Add some Mediterranean sides and salads for your next picnic! (Ideas and video in post above)
This Korean Beef is the perfect hearty meat dish with lots of fresh ginger and garlic for a healthy and comforting slightly sweet dish without any added sugar! I can’t get enough!
This is on the “to try” list - I absolutely love bulgogi and Korean BBQ. I think I can do this at home to ensure no contamination.
A Minneapolis Star/Trib Taste section Sunday Supper selection from “The Brokeass Gourmet Cookbook,” by Gabi Moskowitz.
“Lamingtons are little sponge cakes coated in chocolate and grated coconut. A traditional Australian treat that appeals to most. Any firm type of plain cake can be used: butter-cake, pound-cake, Madeira cake or genoise sponge.”
This is already dairy-free, it needs something besides a pita to make it gluten-free. too
No food is more beloved by Norwegians than potato lefse, thin pancakes made of potato and flour. This recipe uses gluten-free flour instead.
Make a big batch of this vegan Instant Pot Lentil Dal and enjoy it for meatless lunches and dinners the rest of the week.
I made this one afternoon, and the dish lasted two of us for several meals, and kept getting better and better. Definitely recommended with more bacon.
When you need crumbled bacon or bacon bits, here is a good way I’ve found to handle them.
It isn’t hard to make good pasta, but it does take more than just throwing noodles in a pot and running them over heat.
Normally, zucchini would be far too wet to make a good lasagne, so this technique can be used to make the zucchini more suitable as a stand-in for the pasta noodles.
Nothing beats the taste of real maple syrup. However, we can’t always afford it or find it. But there’s usually mapleline available, and it makes a serviceable syrup for pancakes if you do it right.
Ganked from the savorystyle blog, these bombs look amazing!
This pizza’s crust is made entirely of meat, therefor it is lower carb, gluten-free and celiac friendly.
Instant Pot Mississippi Pot Roast with butter, ranch, au jus, pepperoncinis, and a nice chuck roast, this is an absolute classic pot roast. You can make it so much faster in your pressure cooker!
This is another one of those one-pan meals my seester calls “Stuff With Stuff In It” and makes a couple of meals worth of stuff. Mostly this is easy for me to make, doesn’t hurt my hands with much prep or handlind cold items, and is fast enough it doesn’t take all my spoons to make it.
These creamy Middle Eastern-style potatoes are flavored with turmeric and use olive oil rather than butter. They are great alone, and for fillings in puff pastries. Amounts of salt, pepper, and other spices may be adjusted to taste.
Mung beans turn up in various guises in Asian cooking, with fresh sprouts being the most common form. This favorite dish of southern Vietnam uses yellow mung beans—split dried green mung beans with their husks removed. Nuoc cham is a condiment offered as an accompaniment to myriad Vietnamese dishes, such as these crepes.
A very tasty sounding Italian dish fit for a dinner party.
This is a recipe from my mom’s cookbook, called “My Mom’s Easy Cake”. This really is an easy cake to make, and pretty delicious, too.
This recipe came from Nelly Starr, a former patient of my uncle John’s. She used to make him these cakes all the time. My aunt Marcie finally convinced him to ask her for the recipe. My cousin Kate responded with “You know, Mom, if you ask her for the recipe, she’ll never make another cake for Dad.” And it was true! Nevertheless, we have the recipe secured.
I was in the mood for an old family favourite, tater-tot casserole. This was my family’s standard Tuesday night fare, when my Mom came home from teaching at the Weavers’ Guild and needed something quick to feed to hungry children.
Looking for something I can bring to parties that also won’t kill me. I found this recipe at brand new vegan who seems to have similar ideas. As you’ll see, though, this turned non-vegan in a twist at the end.
Craving the classic flavors of an egg roll but without the wrapper? This one-pan version is an incredibly simple meal that’s made with a variety of vegetables and tastes just like a traditional egg roll.
A good orange chicken should have just that little bit of sweetness and tanginess to it without being completely overpowering. It should also have that beautiful, slightly sticky gloss and marinade that perfectly coats the chicken. Most orange chicken recipes will have you fry the chicken first to get it nice and crispy, but if you want to make this dish healthier, skip the breading and the frying. Cook the chicken pieces in a skillet, then pour the sauce over and let the chicken and sauce boil until you get that perfect gloss.
This is a very different way to prepare french toast. It comes out very much like sticky buns, and is delicious.
This is my (and most of my family’s) favourite salad at the Outback.
I love oven-roasted vegetables. They bring a distinctive flavour to salads and other dishes, as well as being great as an accompaniment to a main dish.
OP: “This recipe takes me right back to my childhood when my mom would freeze black bananas, which would have ended up in the trash otherwise, and once she had enough bananas stored up, she would whip up a batch of homemade banana bread. The taste, texture and smell of this Paleo Banana Bread is exactly what I remember, minus the gluten, grains and even eggs!”
Potatoes are a common appetizer in Spain, in small plates known as tapas, often served with garlic aioli sauce or spicy bravas sauce. Potatoes can also be found in a tortilla, a Spanish version of an omelet, with sweet onions. I love the flavors of garlic and paprika from the aioli and bravas sauces. Potatoes with onions are another winning combination. Combining all of these elements makes for a delicious dish. Paprika potatoes with onions are perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Baked pork chops coated in parmesan, flour, and breadcrumbs.
Fragrant cinnamon, oregano and thyme lend an exotic touch to this baked pasta dish. I often make it with ground lamb, although beef is a satisfying substitute. It can be made almost entirely ahead and serves a crowd — two things that make entertaining family and friends easy and enjoyable. From Meredith Deeds.
“Makes a lot and is just incredible. Everyone loves this dish and it is worth the effort.”
A nice summery salad with pasta, peas and chicken.
This is an old recipe from one of my mom’s old cookbooks, Great State Fair Recipes, p 72 (Copyright 1976, Minnesota State Agriculture Society)
Cobblers are dead-easy, better than pies. Here’s one coming from Panera bread.
Boiling an egg isn’t terribly difficult, but it is the reason the egg timer was invented. You’ll need a timer at least until you’ve done it so often that you can just tell when the eggs are ready.
I don’t remember where I found this, but using a huge portabella mushroom cap as the pie crust is awesome!
Not quite converted to DF / GF, but close. A pretty easy casserole. It will need something for the noodle crunch that is GF.
The classic Betty Crocker cake, using a spring-form pan instead of the cast-iron skillet, because I have one and not the other.
Pizza in a cone! Portable, personalized, plentiful pizza cones, make your own pizza cones at home with this fun and simple food hack.
This recipe from my friends Cymru and Alaric is just like the recipe I used to have for pizza crust before I lost my recipe notebook. It’s good to see it again!
A yummy fruit cobbler type of dessert. This recipe is adapted from King Arthur Flour’s “The Baking Companion.”
This sounds like a real winner if done in the slow cooker.
Shallots, garlic, wine, tomatoes, and cream make a fabulous fresh sauce for prawns (or shrimp) and pasta. It is paired with angel hair pasta here, but feel free to use your favorite pasta or even cheese tortellini. Have all your ingredients chopped and ready to go because this dish only takes about 15 minutes to cook from start to finish.
Eggplant, especially the large European variety, contain a lot of moisture; unless you’re frying the eggplant slices before using them, they need some prep work to be good in casseroles and bakes.
One of my all-time favorite German dishes is sauerbraten, but I don’t love that it normally takes five to 10 days to make. Using an electric pressure cooker, I think I’ve captured that same distinctive flavor in less than two hours. —James Schend, Deputy Editor, Taste of Home
When you just want to throw some chili together and don’t want the canned stuff.
South American high-protein quinoa, cooked with onions, garlic, bell peppers, pilaf style, with chopped fresh herbs added for the finish.
This is a pretty simple way to make quinoa interesting.
This recipe is a nice substitute for the usual beef meat loaf. It’s plenty moist and so flavorful with the sweet red pepper. Leftovers are great for sandwiches the next day.
Another bog-standard potato salad recipe using skin-on red potatoes for a large group.
I haven’t actually tried this recipe yet, but I love me some pickles, so someday I will do this.
My cousin found this in the StarTrib and rushed off to the library to copy it down since they don’t subscribe. It was a really beautiful accompaniment to the salmon he grilled up for lunch.
This recipe originally was clipped out of an ad, but I’ve since done away with that recipe in favour of my own.
This dish takes the sprout beyond the basic boiling or steaming and into new territory.
Another recipe my mom found for us to try. It sounds good, except the olives. :P If I’m making this, I’m leaving out the olives.
Roasted Peppers and Onions are a great standby to add to your favorite meals. It can be used with breakfast, lunch, and dinner! This vegan side dish is easy to make and flavorful.
Carb Pie starts with potatoes! Potatoes are peeled and sliced in thin, but not totally paper thin rounds. Olive oil and Old Bay Seasoning are applied liberally.
A nice fall/winter soup that can serve as a vegetarian meal
roasting squash and tomatoes together makes a really wonderful flavour
Tomatoes from the grocery and out of season are generally not very interesting. Roasting them gives them a great kick and brings out some lucious flavours that just using them fresh or stewed won’t provide. Roasted tomatoes are a great addition to soups and stews, and marinara or bolognese sauces.
“A casserole dish of seasonal vegetables that is so easy to prepare. It can be made a day ahead - just reheat before serving. Lemon juice can be substituted for balsamic vinegar, and you can use baking potatoes if you don’t have any Yukon Golds on hand.”
This was a quick toss-together recipe and so very tasty. Freezes well.
- 1 cup water
- 1 cup baby carrots
- 1 cup small yukon gold potatoes; large dice
- 1 large onion; large dice
- 1 pound frozen broccoli florets
- 2 Tbsp olive oil
- 1 Tbsp sesame oil
- 2 Tbsp balsamic vinegar
- salt and pepper
- 1 ring keilbasa; sliced into 1/4 inch slices about 1/8 inch thick
- turn on the oven to 450°F to let it preheat
- prep a baking sheet by lining it with foil
- place water in bottom of instant pot liner
- place wire trivet into liner
- place steaming basket on trivet
- dump carrots and potatoes into steaming basket
- set for pressure cook, 10 minutes, high.
- after pressure time is done, use quick release (vent the steam)
- cool the veggies under cold water until you can handle them
- place all else except keilbasa in a large ziplock, and shake it up to mix it
- pour out the veggies onto the foiled baking sheet
- arrange the slices of keilbasa evenly over the top
- roast at 450°F for approximately 25 minutes
- eat them veggies, freezes really well
I haven’t made this recipe yet, but I love roti so I’m cataloging it here.
A tasty Scottish side dish. This came from a friend, Kalihva, who introduced a few different UK traditional recipes.
This is a soup we made that turned out so delicious. The recipe made 6 servings, and we had it over 2 days. The second day was even better than the first. I really recommend making this soup a day ahead of time and letting the flavours mingle for a day.
Beer and rye complement each other well in this robust light bread, each bringing out the unique flavors of the other. Be sure to use a quality beer to ensure a good result.
a tasty sounding treat reminiscent of s’mores
The name on this one is rather bland, but it sounds like a good recipe.
Savory Cabbage Pancakes are a fun and filling way to use up pantry leftovers. Fill them and top them with whatever your heart desires!
This makes a great apetizer for parties. This amount will make 3 pie plates worth.
Easiest shrimp boil ever! And it’s mess-free using a single sheet pan. That’s right. ONE PAN. No newspapers. No bags. No clean-up!
Made this a couple of night ago, yet another of what my sister calls “Stuff with Stuff In It” :D
In contrast to BakedNachos, this is a much simpler recipe, good for those munchie emergencies. Seriously, the longest bit of time for this recipe is probably shredding the cheese if you don’t buy it pre-shredded. These make for a serious quick snack fix good for watching TV.
When I have a hungry family to feed, these tasty beans with spinach, tomatoes and carrots are a go-to dish. This veggie delight is frequently on the menu. —Jennifer Reid, Farmington, Maine
Hum… maybe? Another from the same issue as others.
An easy crockpot recipe for BBQ pulled pork sammiches! Barbecued pork sandwiches are so easily made in the slow cooker.
A pretty simple, classic slow-cooker version, modified to be gluten-free and dairy-free, and to fit my needs for preparation.
This was a winner of a recipe. I substituted 1/2 cup of red wine for some of the beef broth. (Who wouldn’t??) We had this two nights running and the “ummmmmms” and “oooooos” around the table were pretty awesome.
Bulgogi is a traditional Korean dish, usually with beef. This is a version done in a crockpot, aka slow-cooker.
Carbonara is typically done with bits of proscuitto and bacon and parmesean. This recipe serves 2 admirably.
This sounds yummy, and bonus gluten-free and dairy-free.
I made this on Nov 11, 2013, and everyone enjoyed it a lot. A very nicely spiced pumpkin soup, with curry and cumin. This could make an awesome base for a curry, perhaps with the addition of a can of stewed tomatoes.
Succulent, spicy, and fork-tender Korean beef short ribs pressure cooked in the Instant Pot! Fast and delicious!
This is a pretty standard recipe, nothing really special going on here, but split pea soup is one of those wonderful wintery soups. Thick, delicious, and heartwarming.
One day, my dad brought home a bundle of bok choy, and didn’t know what to do with it, so I found this and whipped it together with some other dish, and voila, a hit was born!
Shortcakes used here are really just slightly modified drop biscuits. Nothing special here, really.
Although this is a real cholesterol bomb, it is celiac-friendly – no gluten products used at all!
The family classic, using the meatball mix from Ingabretsen’s.
From the half-baked harvest blog, these “burgers” and onion rings look like they’d be super delicious, and probably a lot healthier than the standard fast-food sort.
Yet another nacho recipe, this time with sweet potatoes!!
Using sweet and white potatoes, this salad is a bit of a surprise, but very enjoyable.
Here’s an Instant Pot Tamales recipe that you can make on a weeknight without too much fuss. It has all of the taste of tamales, but done in under an hour. These tamales healthier and lower fat, since they don’t use pork lard.
This is the quick and easy method for throwing together a typical bolognese sauce for spaghetti or vermicelli. Ingredients are easy to come by, and this requires no particular skill
I get asked to make this a lot. Before I knew what it was called, I called it “Wild Turkey Surprise.” Now I know better and it’s actually got some legitimacy to it. The basic recipe here started with a recipe from a Sunset magazine cookbook, Favorite Recipes. I’ve modified since then.
A welcome alternative to the traditional green bean casserole.
Really cheesy, really potatoy, really nommy. This is one of those US midwest belly pleasers. Nothing good for you here, just great noms.
Stir-fries are easy and wonderful and you can experiment with all kinds of things. At one point, I just picked up a bunch of fresh veggies and went at it. This is the result. This recipe requires two separate pans, one to cook the vegetables and other to cook the chicken.
This sounds like a pretty awesome dish.
To toast pecans, preheat oven to 325 degrees. Spread pecans in a single layer on an ungreased baking sheet and bake, stirring occasionally, until they are fragrant and toasted, about 10 minutes. Remove from oven, let cool, coarsely chop, and reserve.
This is a recreation of a recipe I had made up in my old recipe book. This is basically what I remember, but it could probably use some tweaking.
This is one of those decadent, ultra-chocolaty cakes that is a piece of cake :-) to make!
This easy roasted cauliflower is a fantastic side to pasta, meat, or seafood. It also makes a great healthy snack.
This actually won a $20,000 prize in a chili cookoff. Must be in the wrist.
Both sweet potato and yudon gold potato fries, superbly spiced. Could also be baked instead of fried for lucsious tastiness.
This looked like a good recipe to try with my still-new allergies to dairy and sensitivity to gluten. I modified it a bit to suit myself, but it’s a pretty straight-forward recipe.
It’s a snap to put together this hearty soup before you leave for work. Just add cooked pasta when you get home.
When this floated across my consciousness, I went “OMG I HAVE TO MAKE THIS”.
“What happens when you have a Japanese friend that likes chili? You make him wasabi chili.”
I just made some lunch for myself and it was stream-of-concsiousness cooking.
Finding wheat, dairy and sugar free recipes for my daughter is hard, but I adapted a white sauce recipe and made it slightly sweet for some flavour. She loves this sauce with anything, including salad!
Wild rice is a nutty, dense version of rice, delicious addition to casseroles and soups.
Yet another variation on Wild Turkey Surprise, aka Stuff with Stuff In It, aka Mess
Yabbies are a crayfish-like freshwater crustacean from Australia
We call this “Red Kettle” pot roast because we cook it in a red dutch oven :-)
A wonderful mix of flavors and textures, this impressive salad can be made in minutes for lunch or as a dinnertime side dish.
Preparation couldn’t be simpler for this hearty no-fuss stew.
This is a very moist and chocolatey cake. It is best served warm with whipped cream on top, and it reheats well.
This pizza has a crust made with zucchini! This should be celiac-friendly (gluten-free).
The source for this at allrecipes.com is not dairy-free or gluten-free. This version is modified from that source.
I whipped this up pretty fast without looking anything up. It came out great with tons of leftovers.