Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Favorite Recipes Newly Updated!

Ok! I have finally gone through and updates my "Favorite Recipes" tab, which was woefully outdated. This isn't comprehensive, but at least it's also not 3 years old. To save you the clicking, here it is in all its glory.

Weeknight Dinners:
Balsamic Lentils
Peanut Noodles
Squash Soup
Chana Masala
Butternut Squash Pasta
French Lentil Salad
Eggs in Purgatory (cheater version)
Trader Joes Korean Fusion Tacos

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).
Save Yourself From Yourself Kale Salad: this is my go-to recipe when I've been on vacation, going to too many happy hours, or otherwise eating things I wish I hadn't.
Cauliflower Fried Rice: this make it into the vegetarian category because the add-ins are so flexible. A perfect way to use up leftovers!
Avocado Summer Rolls: the most perfect thing for hot weather ever.
Eggs in Purgatory (real version)
Roasted cauliflower and smoked Gouda soup

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.
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.
The amazing dairy free, soy free, shockingly delicious chocolate cake.
Kransekake- not for the faint of heart
Not Your Grandma's Brittle- fancy peanut brittle for presents

Most Fun:
pita bread: This may be my absolute most favorite thing I have ever made, ever.
Homemade magic shell: yes.
Pretzels: so much work, but definitely fun!

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.
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.

Favorite Disasters: don't try these at home. or, anywhere, really.
Turkish Delight- man alive, I still have nightmares about cleaning that pan.
Braised cucumbers- WTF. seriously.
Dulce de Leche- fortunately for me, they now just sell this already cooked in cans.
Puffed brown rice- I may have moved just so that I didn't have to locate the rest of the rice.
Scones- one good way not to celebrate the Royal Wedding.

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