Every culture has a version of meat or some form of filling inside of a deliciously doughy crust. Bukharians have Gozhgidjeh, Indians have Samosa’s, etc. The Brit’s have the Beef Wellington. Trust it. Live it. Love it.
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Comfort food at its purest. A sweet change from the basic white potato pie. You could even make this on Thanksgiving with some marshmallows on top for a great variation of the basic mashed sweet potatoes with marshmallow fluff.
Hey, so remember the post I JUST added to the site, with my Hummus & Caramelized Onions & Mushrooms? If not, click the link. Here’s how to turn it into a crunchy scrumptious crostini. Enjoy!
I know most people use Tahini paste when they make their hummus. I think those people suck. My hummus is made au naturale, just like my chest hair. Taking this hummus and adding deliciously sweet caramelized onions and baby bella or shitake mushrooms just makes this so much tastier; its creamy, its buttery, its delectable. And you can turn the left overs into a healthy sandwich with avocado the next day, or a crunchy bruschetta… if you have any left over, that is.
A new spin on a Caprese. I was watching Ina Garten the other day, and she made these roasted tomatoes and they looked really good. So I made them too. They taste even better than they look. You can make this pareve if you withhold the cheese. I made this to break my Tisha B’Av fast, so I kept it dairy with some fresh shredded mozzarella cheese. If basil is in season then then you can definitely julienne some basil or even mint and mix that in with the arugula.