Simply Recipes: 4 New Recipes - Moroccan-Spiced Sweet Potato and Chickpea Stew and more...
It doesn't get much healthier than this vegan vegetable and chickpea stew! Humble veggies like carrot, sweet potato, and parsnips shine when paired with the intoxicating Moroccan seasoning known as ras el hanout. Have you ever tried this spice ...
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It doesn't get much healthier than this vegan vegetable and chickpea stew!
Humble veggies like carrot, sweet potato, and parsnips shine when paired with the intoxicating Moroccan seasoning known as ras el hanout.
Have you ever tried this spice mix? The main components are cumin, coriander, ginger, and cinnamon — they make a warming blend that's perfect for perking up a hearty vegetable stew and serving on a cold day.
I am a freezer hoarder. I can admit that here, right?
My freezer is jammed to the gills — and not only with normal things like frozen fruit and chicken sausage, but also with the random bits of food that one tends to collect as a professional food writer and recipe tester. (Witness: several cups of unused rugelach filling, enough frozen whipped cream to last for months, and more Thanksgiving turkey than you need to know about.)
This is all to say that I have learned a trick or two regarding Freezer Tetris and how to maximize space.
Since I had a few batches of pressure cooker beans in urgent need of freezing, I thought I'd share my favorite way to freeze soup, beans in their cooking liquid, and broth to both save space and make my weeknight meal prep a little easier.
Time to curl up under a cozy blanket and enjoy a warm bowl of soup. This week's pick? A classic creamy celery soup.
Like cabbage, celery is an oft neglected vegetable, prized for its place in a mirepoix, but rarely the star of the show. Which is silly when you think about it, given how good celery is in soups. (Can you imagine chicken soup without it?)
You've got to admit it: they're cute. These individual bites of not-quite-muffins and not-quite-French-toast are almost too good to be true.
Not only are they scrumptious, but they work on your schedule. Throw them together tonight and bake them tomorrow morning for an easy warm breakfast. They also reheat well, so you can make a batch this weekend and have them for breakfast all week long.
Whatever your breakfast situation, these French toast muffins are up to the challenge.