I came up with this recipe one day & I am sure happy I did!! I love crispy roast potatoes, soft & sweet onions & tahini sauce…so what would be better than combining all 3???Continue reading “Roasted Little Potatoes with Caramelized Onions & Tahini Sauce”
This recipe is one of our family favourites at any buffet meal! This is an old recipe probably from over 25 years ago that I got from a friend of mine. Always a hit with everyone!
Do you like grated potato latkes? Puréed potato latkas? Sweet potato latkas? Or grated vegetable latkas? I love them all!
This macaroni said is a bit different then some recipes I see. The recipe was given to me when I lived in Yellowknife over 30 years ago. I had actually forgotten about it, but when I was looking through my recipe book, there it was! I am happy I found it!Continue reading “Macaroni Salad”
I was just talking to my sister this morning about this delicious dish! Sometimes I forget about the old standbys because I am looking at new recipes to put on this blog
I love green beans but I don’t like them the way my mom served them!! We pretty much ate them from a can, warmed up & then they got cold on the plate…and they were a bit mushy….. but I do like them roasted! Sautéed is ok but I prefer them roasted. A bit charred and delicious! This recipe from bon appetit, is unique & very tasty,
When I was young, we never ate fresh broccoli. I remember eating canned corn & the frozen mixed vegetables! I started making broccoli for my own family, boiling was the way to go! Well, that’s ok if you like boiled or steamed broccoli. Then it seemed roasting vegetables became the craze & thankfully so! I like roast all kinds of vegetables. Olive oil & a shrinking of salt is how I do it.
I love curry vegetables. They are so versatile actually. You can eat them in a bowl over some rice or quinoa, rolled up in a wrap with some rice, on their own…with naan bread or pita….with added chickpeas or lentils or potatoes!
Here is a video of Mrs. Shapiro, she is in her 90’s, making blinttzes for Passover. Even if you never want to make Passover Blintzes the video is so sweet to watch! & you can always use the blintzes any time of year.
When I was a kid, I loved kishke. Then one day I made the mistake of asking my mom what it was. HA.. For those of you who don’t know, kishke is a stuffed section of cow intestines, I thought it was kind of chewy!Continue reading “Vegetarian Kishke”
I follow The Nosher from the website My Jewish Learning. I find that most of their recipes really work out and are very tasty.
Cauliflower recipes are everywhere and I actually try many of them. This one has a roasted garlic tahini sauce which is different then my usual tahini sauce. The addition of the roasted garlic to the tahini sauce adds a hint of sweetness. If you are not a fan of so much garlic, just use less. The pine nuts are toasted making them especially delicious. The cauliflower is cut into 1 inch thick steaks, brushed with oil on both sides then roasted until brown. Served up with the tahini sauce and the pine nuts…garnished with chopped parsley….this is a great side dish with just about anything. I like it as is alongside a deep dark green kale salad!
I will definitely make it again.
Here is the link to the recipe from The Nosher