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”
Roasted Cauliflower Croquettes takes roasted cauliflower to the next level. Cauliflower is still the veggie du jour and after I roasted it for the first time….my heart be still <3
There is a Japanese dish, called okonomiyaki that has shown up quite a bit lately on my Pinterest feed……..I was intrigued.
Okonomiyaki, are basically cabbage pancakes. They vary from region to region, but it’s basically a cabbage, flour, eggs, and green onion pancake.
Translation of the name means “how you like” or “what you like” and did we ever like! Except I liked cauliflower instead of cabbage.
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So, a few weeks ago I made Tim’s favorite pie Chocolate Meringue Pie . Well, turn about is fair play so, I made my favorite, Homemade Coconut Cream Pie.
I have mentioned before that my Mom was an excellent baker. She made the best pie crust I have ever eaten. After she passed away I looked through all of her recipes to try and find the pie crust recipe. You know I didn’t pay attention as a kid, and like so many of us thought we would have plenty of time to share that recipe. Plenty of time was not too be 🙁 Continue reading “Homemade Coconut Cream Pie”