Friday, December 17, 2010

Old Favorites

I have had a couple requests to pick some of my favorite recipes from the archives, so, here goes...

Vegetarian Dishes:
Rosemary Chickpea Couscous Salad: this is probably the dish I have gotten the most good feedback about, from a variety of sources, so it goes first!
Roasted Cauliflower, Bulgar, and Pumpkin Sauce: so good on a cold night. very hearty.
Potato Crusted Quiche: the main revelation here is the potato crust, which can be adapted to a lot of different recipes. You can then throw whatever is in the fridge in the body of the quiche
Balsamic Gorgonzola Wheatberries: This is the recipe that got me addicted to wheatberries
Spinach Sweet Potato Adzuki Bean Soup: This is delicious, and probably responsible for the most hits to my blog (other than an old post about the children of the corn, which is mysteriously popular).

Meaty Dishes:
French Lentil Salad: this is really delicious either as a warm dinner, or the next day as a cold salad.
Balsamic Lentils: Similar in core ingredients to the French Lentil Salad, the flavors are completely different and very delicious.
Korean Fusion Tacos: This has become a complete staple at all summer events around here.
Slow cooked chicken chili: This is an easy meal to toss in the slow cooker.
Asian style shredded beef: another slow cooker meal.
Rosemary Lemon chicken: good, and also a good way to marinate chicken in general.

Beyond Decadent Coconut Cupcakes: O.M.G.
Margarita Cupcakes: need I say more?
Coconut Sorbet: light and delicious.
Peppermint Krispies: a classic.

Most Fun:
pita bread: This may be my absolute most favorite thing I have ever made, ever.

Most commonly occurring in the Yellowfish Kitchen Daily Rotation:
Squash soup- an old favorite.
Roasted Brussel Sprouts- this made me into a person who likes brussel sprouts.
Huevos Rancheros- sometimes, I eat this every night for a week.
Beer Bread- fasted way to get to fresh baked bread with little chance of failure.
Green smoothie- a breakfast staple here, don't be scared of the spinach.
Granola- cheap and easy addition to breakfast.
Stealthy Joes- vegan sloppy joes made with lentils
Peanut noodles- this can go together pretty quickly and is very satisfying.


Stephanie said...

mmmm french lentil salad! Great choices

hyperhidrosis said...

It is a great lists of vegetarian foods. I like your choices. I am totally vegetarian. I like most of all vegetarian food.


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