It’s time to promote this brunch favorite to dinner.
Simply serve with sheets of nori, cocktail bread (fancy)!, and of course bagels.
Leftover odds and ends: toss in a food processor with cream cheese for some spread. WAY cheaper than buying at the bagel shop.
This recipe comes from Priya Krishna and it is absolutely delicious. It also provided a new-ish way to make chicken breast (really, it’s possible).
This recipe is everywhere; here’s the one that appears on BA.
Her cookbook,Indian-ish is excellent and worth a spot on your bookshelf.
Not ready to commit to a new purchase? Try your local library; I LOVE reserving cookbooks (many at a time); trying several recipes and then purchasing. That’s what happened with me and this one.
Dress to Impress
Steakhouse @ Home
Mark Bittman delivers on this simple, straightforward approach.
Of course, you’ll need a baked potato too. Sure you can just nuke it, but if you want to elevate it try this (at least once).
Now, pick your green:
Pots & Pans: 1
Prep Time: About 5
Total Time: Under 15 minutes
Shortcuts, cans, microwave! These are your staples for these meals
Pots & Pans: 2-3
Prep Time: Under 20
Total: About 30 minutes
Some of these freeze very well; allowing you to get 2-3 dinners with one effort.
Pots & Pans: 3+
Prep Time: About 45; but sometimes less
Total: An hour or more (many hands off)
Yes, these take time but are worth the effort.