Easter will be upon us in just a few short weeks. Time to get ideas for Easter dinner. Maple Dijon Dill Roasted Carrots are a delicious, easy to prepare side dish that you will make again and again…..and not just for Easter.
Roasting any veggie brings out all of its natural flavors. Roasted carrots are no exception. Add two types of mustard…dijon for its smooth, sharp flavor and grainy for a touch of heat and depth of flavor. Maple syrup lends a natural sweetness to offset the mustard. Topped with fresh springtime dill makes a beautiful side to any meal. Continue reading “Maple Dijon Dill Roasted Carrots”
Not your usual St Patty’s Day fare, Rustic Rueben Slaw is a new twist on a Rueben Sandwich.
Using a prepackaged cabbage mix, cubed corned beef, cubed swiss cheese, and a tangy 1,000 Island dressing. Rustic Rueben Slaw is all you love about a Rueben in a salad form.
Over the years trying to make new things for special occasions and holidays can be a daunting task. Continue reading “Rustic Rueben Slaw”
Although I have never been to an Indian restaurant, I do know about Naan bread. Cast Iron Skillet Naan is my nod to Naan.
Naan has a light flavor and soft texture that makes this a popular choice as a vessel for scooping up the remains of our chosen dish. Not being familiar with Indian food I understand it is served with many an Indian meal.
Originating from India, the naan, a word that just means ‘bread’ in Persian. This flatbread is baked in a clay oven which gives it a crisp surface, a fluffy, and a unique charred taste. Continue reading “Cast Iron Skillet Naan”