This homey #casserole was developed by #PierreFraney . Its preparation is simple, but its flavors veer elegant. Find the #NYTCooking recipe and 26 more casseroles for cold nights through our profile link. (Photo: @jimwilson125)
Sunday meal prep 🥒🥦🍠🥕is here and if you haven’t yet tried out my famous Pumpkin Lasagna recipe you need to make it! I’ve seriously made it already 5 times since posting the recipe as it’s been requested to a few of our holiday parties this year 🥂
What I don’t tell my guests is that the pumpkin ricotta filling isn’t actually cheese it’s tofu 😉you seriously would never know and no one ever does because it has the same texture and with all the flavours/spices added in it’s delicious! 🧀🍅🌶
Bake up a batch or two tonight for Sunday meal prep and dinner then you’ll have leftovers till hopefully Tuesday if you can resist eating it for breakfast too haha (Matt totally didn’t do that the other day)😆 and thank you to everyone who’s already made this recipe and shared your photos on social media... keep them coming! #healthnutfam 🥑🥑🥑
Get the recipe on the blog or click the #linkinprofile 👆🏼👆🏼
My covered casserole dishes are my favorite for keeping cold winter night meals nice and hot!!!! 😊👌🙌❤️🎉😍
My sister @ramkells and I decided to get a little creative and make our own Potato Eggplant Casserole. If you wanna try it out here's what you need: -2tbsp oil
-1 chopped medium sized onion
-15 diced tiny potatoes or 5 large potatoes
-1 chopped garlic clove
-1 diced sweet pepper -1 diced jalapeño (optional)
-1 diced tomato
-15oz canned black beans
-1 diced medium sized eggplant
-4 corn tortillas
-3/4 cup of cheese
1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Make sure the rack is in the middle.
2. Put a tablespoon of oil in a pan on medium heat and add half of the diced onion and cumin.
3. When the onion gets browned add in the diced potatoes and 1/3 cup of water and cover it. Let it cook until you can put a knife through smoothly. Add the diced eggplant and cover it.
4. In another pan, add a tablespoon of oil and cook the onion, garlic, and sweet pepper until browned.
5. Then add in the beans as they are from the can along with the diced tomato and jalapeño. Once the beans are cooked, add the chopped cilantro and turn off the heat.
6. Cut the tortillas in half. And in a 9x9 pyrex add a bit of the bean broth to the bottom of it, just enough to cover it, and then add a layer of tortillas on top to cover the bottom.
7. Then add a layer of of the potato and eggplant, beans, and cheese. Do this until you fill the pyrex.
8. Make sure your last layer finishes with cheese at the top and not tortillas.
9. Cook in the oven for about 18-20 minutes. Or until the cheese is melted.
10. Enjoy ❤️ Hopefully you guys try it out and like it! 😋
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Did you know sauerkraut is a super-food? Like all fermented things it has this good bacteria (Lactic acid bacterium) that is really good for your intestines ..and what’s good for your belly is good for you! 🙌 Besides that it contains high levels of vitamin C and even some B vitamins, which makes it a smart choice for your immune system! YEAH!💪 ..and it’s cheap 🤑
However not everyone likes these sour coles. I see my cooking as a great device to help people overcome there fears. For example with endives or blue cheese ..if you just work with the thing that you don’t like by complementing it by other flavors so it balances (bitter, sweet, savory, creamy etc). With this -for me- nostalgic dish that my mom called “Hungarian zuurkool” I helped my friend @astaspijker overcome her fears for this fermented vegetable and badly cooked Dutch food. Also my friend @jodyvanmerode was euphoric about it and wanted me to post the recipe. So here it is! 👩🏻🍳📒
Btw my friend Jody is vegetarian, if you are just skip the meat! Then it’s still a good meal, don’t worry #veggies !
And if you don’t have the time for slow-cooking you can also trow in some beef sausages or a layer of minced meat.
#sauerkraut#zuurkool#fermentation#superfood#mash#mashallah#ovendish#ovenschotel#warming#winterfood#oven#hungarian#kummel#cumin#meltedcheese#cheese#goldenbrown#crust#dutch#nostalgicfood#mamamade#foodporn#instafood#foodie#foodstagram#comfortfood#homecooked#veggie#casserole credits to @louiselangelaan
Just in time for your holiday table. Churchill Blue Willow Casserole with Lid, 9" wide, 6" tall, perfect condition. This one is not as old as my usual items, it says dishwasher safe on the mark, $55 plus shipping. To purchase comment MINE and Direct Message your Paypal email address and zip code. #bluewillow#churchill#england#blueandwhite#casserole#holidaytable
Winter, I think, gives a great excuse to just throw whatever into a pan and come up with something warming.
This one pan dish just couldn't go wrong. It's bloody delicious and is going to warm me up in time for the -12C temperatures tonight.
2 x thick sausages (Italian, but Cumberland would be ideal, but most will do)
A finger sized bit of chorizo that was left over in my fridge, diced up into small pieces.
3 rashers of bacon sliced into small strips
4 large button mushrooms sliced
2 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp mixed garlic
1/2 onion cut into small pieces but not diced
1 large potato cut into small pieces for quick cooking
1 can of plum tomatoes
4 tsp tomato purée
400ml beef stock
1 x 400g can cannellini beans, drained
1 small head broccoli, cut into florets
4 large Brussel sprouts
2 slices of bread
6 slices of mature strength cheddar
Worcestershire sauce, or if you really want to be a connoisseur, Henderson's Relish from Sheffield
A handful of chopped parsley, to garnish
Cook the sausages in the olive oil and once cooked, take out and put to one side, so you can add it to the dish later. Slice it into pieces too.
Using the same oil, fry up the bacon until it starts to brown, add in the onions and fry together for another 2-3 minutes. Then add the garlic, chorizo and mushrooms, and fry for around 2-3 minutes.
Then add the plum tomatoes with the tomato puree, and simmer for 5 minutes.
Add the beef stock, add back the sausage slices, the beans, and simmer for around 7-10 minute to let the flavours infuse.
Then, at the end, add the broccoli, Brussels and potatoes, mix it in, and is ready to serve.
The broccoli, Brussels and potatoes will need cooking separately. I had a pan of boiling water ready. I boiled the Brussels for 3 minutes, before adding the broccoli and potatoes, and boiling for another 6 minutes. It's important to cut the potatoes into small pieces for speed cooking.
Once cooked, put to one side to add to the rest of the dish, as mentioned above ☝
Finally, you're wondering why I've included bread and cheese. Just make cheese on toast and let it soak up that beefy and tomatoey gravy. Gorgeous!