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This recipe relies on ready-to-use ingredients such as fresh egg roll wrappers (which don’t require precooking). In keeping with the traditional recipe for lasagna, though, it still calls for the creamy, homemade bechamel sauce.
This Indian dish combines fresh spinach and ricotta in a creamy curry. Use paneer if you can find it! It is absolutely wonderful with basmati rice or naan (Indian flat bread). The key is in the spices, which you can find at an Indian grocery.
This marvelous sauce is the reason you grow your own tomatoes. Dice a few and add minced garlic, fresh basil and the best quality olive oil you can buy. Let the heady mixture rest at room temperature for a few hours, then toss with hot pasta.
Green beans and tomatoes are seasoned with Italian seasonings, and tossed with sliced almonds.
More than just a substitute for egg salad! The only egg is in the mayonnaise; use soy mayonnaise for a vegan variation. Serve on wheat toast with crisp lettuce and fresh tomato slices.
Potatoes and peas are cooked in a tomato sauce with Indian seasonings.
Chopped cabbage, tomato, cucumber and onion all mingle with a seasoned mayonnaise dressing in this crunchy salad.
The flavors of paprika, apple, and a little barbeque sauce may seem an unlikely combination, but they work together well in this beloved lentil stew!
Easy and elegant quesadillas made with fresh asparagus and soft goat cheese. A royal combination of flavors for that Southwestern fix. Perfect for family meals and fancy enough for guests. Delicious!
Tender asparagus is adorned with melted Parmesan cheese and served with balsamic vinegar!