If you live anywhere even slightly cold, the one thing you love about winter is probably the delicious food that it brings. And when it comes to dinners, who doesn’t love hearty casseroles or steaming soups?
Last night, I treated my family to something hearty and healthy: zucchini lasagna. Many of you have probably already tried some type of zucchini-rendition of a pasta, as gluten-free meals have become increasingly more popular. If you still haven’t jumped on the zucchini bandwagon, I’d recommend starting now, with this recipe. With the right types and proportions of cheese, herbs, and tomatoes, you can hardly even tell that there isn’t any real pasta in this dish. This is a filling and healthy way to sneak veggies into your meal!
The idea for this recipe came from The Soup Club Cookbook. I know, my sister couldn’t believe it either, that I didn’t choose a soup recipe from this book. The truth is this book contains so much more than just soups, unlike the title suggests. The soup recipes in the book do seem amazing (I already bookmarked more than a dozen), but there’re also recipes for salads, snacks, vegetables, etc. (the only section it’s missing is one for desserts). (more…)
Looking for a quick and healthy dinner idea? Then this 20-Minute Spinach and Feta Pasta is just your recipe!
This is a super simple pasta recipe that only calls for a few steps: cook your pasta, sauté some vegetables, add the pasta, add a couple more ingredients. It’s so simple you could probably do it in less than 20 minutes.
Also, this pasta makes for great leftovers and can last about a week in the fridge in an air-tight container. (more…)
A while ago I posted this fettuccine alfredo recipe, but I made it again and felt that it needed something more; it just didn’t have the right texture for me. So I came up with this creamy fettuccine recipe, and I think the name pretty much speaks for itself.
Cream, parmesan, and just a little bit of ham, this is a perfectly balanced fettuccine recipe. It tastes light despite the ingredients and is quickly gobbled up as soon as anyone gets just a tiny taste of this deliciousness. (more…)
This light pasta tastes great as a first course or main meal. Serve fresh with a salad on the side and a slice or two of baguette. Not only does this taste great, but it is also a super simple dish to make that only requires 7 ingredients. Yeah, just seven.
Here’s a step-by-step tutorial: (more…)