Sometimes “naptime for mom” means taste testing tonight’s dinner dessert while the kiddos sleep. mostly because as a loving mother, it’s important never to put food in front of your children that you haven’t properly assessed on every level. but also, because it just came out of the oven. and it’s hot. and delicious. and i’m pretty sure i heard it whispering my name. but mostly the mom thing. obviously. #itsatoughjob#someonesgottadoit#mominthekitchen#applecrisp
smażone na masełku z cebula,cytrynka i chili?
bardzooo proste i bardzo smaczne
avokado,chili,cebulka,oliwa,sól i petruszszka👍🏻😋 #food#instafood#scallops#dinner#beautifulplate#tasty#colorful#healthy#healthyfood#bonappetit#avocado#picoftheday#f4f#mominthekitchen#easycooking 👌🏻🥑
Baby’s favorite meatballs: i’ve been making this recipe since our daughter was just grasping finger foods. next to beef stew and ratatouille, it was on her top foods list. and now in her wake, her brother loves them just as much. my husband and i love them, too. in all honesty, it’s a grown-up recipe with lots of flavors that appeal to kids. win-win all around. it’s in our menu rotation every other week paired with our favorite @raoshomemade sauce and @eatbanza cavatappi (my daughter loves the spirals). 🍝 a bit of extra effort goes a long way. don’t do beef? try turkey, pork or chicken. #youdoyou ————————
baby’s favorite meatballs (yield: 12 meatballs)
• 2 tbsp olive oil, divided
• 1/2 large onions, finely chopped
• 1 clove garlic, minced
• 1 lb ground beef, pork, veal, turkey or chicken
• 1 large egg
•1 /4 cup grated parmigiano
• 2 tbsp milk (or unsweetened dairy alternative)
• 2 tbsp whole wheat breadcrumbs
• 1 tbsp tomato paste
• 1 tsp dried basil
• 1 tbsp fresh parsley, minced
• 1/4 tsp black pepper
• 1/4 cup warm water
• 1 jar favorite pasta sauce
1. sauté the onions in 1 tsp olive oil over medium heat until softened. add the garlic and cook 1 minute longer. remove from heat to cool.
2. combine cooled onion-garlic mixture with remaining ingredients, careful not to over mix. form into twelve 2-inch balls and set aside.
3. divide remaining olive oil in half, use to cook meatballs in two batches over medium heat. make sure oil is hot before adding meatballs. cook 2-3 minutes, rotate twice more cooking an additional 2-3 minutes per side.
4. while meatballs are searing, add pasta sauce to medium pot. heat over medium heat. when meatballs have been seared sufficiently, add to warm sauce making sure to cover completely. cover with a lid, reduce heat to low and simmer for 20 minutes. serve over favorite pasta.
Left over chicken marsala...no problem!how does chicken marsala stroganoff sound to you?. savor this dish made with chicken, mushrooms and marsala wine while keeping the classic creamy sauce that a stroganoff typically has. it is creamy, delicious and has all the fixings for the perfect comfort food meal and has my 11 year old put it... "it is delicious!" ½ lb. pasta of chose , coooked
6 tablespoons butter, divided
2 tablespoons flour
1 cup finely grated parmesan cheese
14.5 ounce carton savory portobello
1/2 cup carrots optional
1/2 spinach optoonal
1 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup sherry wine