Posts Tagged “Recipe Ratios”
Pesto is a crowd pleaser. It’s truly greater than the sum of it’s parts. The combination of flavors and its divine texture make it one of my favorite sauces. It’s commonly available in the refrigerator section of grocery store, but those pestos are never very good. It’s a very rewarding experience to make it yourself.
Tough it appears to be a healthy addition to ones diet, it’s generally loaded with various fatty ingredients to give it a creamy texture. My avocado pesto is a whole foods plant-based answer to the classic recipe.
Last weekend’s snow prompted me to make this warming stew. With a freshly made batch of harissa in my fridge, this nutritious and flavorful dish took only 20 minutes of active cooking time.
This dish is a classic Tunisian breakfast favorite. It’s interesting how many traditional cuisines have such savory and robust foods for breakfast. Although we celebrate the start of the day with some fairly hearty breakfasts in Santa Fe, like with chile smothered breakfast burritos, I think most people like to ease their appetite awake with more simple fare. Either way, this stew is delish, no matter what meal you decide to enjoy it.