Peel 2 ripe bananas and place in a bowl with 1 egg and a handful of crushed walnuts, if desired. Add vanilla extract to your discretion. I personally like a lot of vanilla! Whip contents until everything is evenly mixed. Heat and spray pan wit...
This marinara/gravy/sauce (whatever you call it) is amazingly simple and only calls for 6 ingredients! I saw it on my @nytfood app and I haven’t used another recipe since. I always double this recipe and freeze about half.
.- 4 cans whole peeled tomatoes .- 10-15 cloves slivered garlic
.- 1/2 cup olive oil
.- fresh basil
.- 1 tbsp salt
.- red pepper flakes (to taste) ...
I had the craving for a light and fresh lunch today, and was going back and forth between making tabbouleh (a Lebanese salad with fresh herbs, veggies, lemon juice and bulgar), and panzanella (a Tuscan-style tomato/bread salad). So, I decided to combine the two. This salad took about 20 minutes to put together and will yield about 4-6 servings.
- make peanut sauce with 4 tsp prosecco vinegar (or whatever preferred vinegar you have on hand), 2 tsp honey, 2 tbsp peanut butter (& sriracha to taste) - roast sprouts in preferred oil & salt at 400 for 20 minutes
This simple recipe uses common ingredients that i usually have laying around. I swapped out white flour for whole wheat flour, and I added lemon zest to the freshly chopped strawberries. This recipe is very versatile, and the fruit layer can be swapped for others depending on the time of the year. In the summer, I like to make these bars with fresh peaches and in the fall i like to use c...