A zucchini crust is too good to pass up, especially as used in this breakfast pizza. Unlike a cauliflower crust, zucchini crust is firmer and doesn’t break up as easily, so you get a more dough-like consistency.
My quiches are totally pastry-less; I use thinly sliced sweet potatoes that bake until tender but crispy, adding a slightly sweet flavor, striking orange color, and whole host of nutrients.
The best Indian food involves hours of work and a million ingredients, almost always worth the time and effort. But two years ago we stumbled on a simpler version of Tandoori Chicken, and loved the result. (The tandoor is the wood-fired clay oven used by Indian cooks to make moist meat and beautiful breads.) The […]
What a fabulous idea, to soak boneless trout fillets in a little sugar, salt and water before grilling to produce fish that is moist and very delicious, thanks to the combination of fresh dill and lime that cooks with the Rainbow trout fillets. Don’t worry about bones. Simply tell your local fish market you’d like […]
Great for Thanksgiving and eight other months of the year—cornbread stuffing muffins baked in a muffin tin. How about passing that around at your holiday table? I found this recipe in an issue of Cooking Light magazine and had to give it a whirl.