This has been a favorite of ours for a long time...one of those soups you just dump everything into and walk away.... and turns out delicious every time. I leave it as is for Hannah (the 3 year old) and add some sriracha to ours for a little heat.
I am a firm believer that quiche is appropriate for every meal. As long as it has some good cheese and some half and half or cream...it is going to turn out delicious no matter what you put in it. I used this basic recipe and added some onions, fontina cheese and mushrooms (I sauteed the mushrooms and onions before adding them). This recipe made enough to fill two (kroger) store bought pie crusts...which worked out fine since they come in a two pack.
They also seemed really shallow to me so I started off baking them for 20 minutes, checking it and then adding an extra 5...so mine cooked for about 25 minutes total. Make sure you bake them on a baking sheet to making getting them out easier.
Let me start by saying I'm not much of a regular at PF Chang's. In fact I have probably only ever eaten there 2-3 times in my life....so if you are a regular lettuce wrap eater there you can tell me how much these taste like the 'real thing' but regardless I think they are delicious!
I ground my own chicken thighs right in my food processor which I love and we serve ours over butter lettuce topped with hoisin sauce, sriracha and green onions. yum!
One of the things I'm loving the most about trying all these new recipes is experimenting with flavors, oils, spices, etc that I don't usually use. I have discovered that I am quasi-obsessed with sesame oil recently... I'm not sure how "authentic" this recipe is, but it was fun and different to try something new. The Kroger online ordering didn't have the Gochujang sauce which is apparently a big part of this dish...so we added a little sriracha instead and it tasted great. Next time I will seek out the magical sauce though. Enjoy!
It turned out pretty and really delicious. My favorite part was that it wasn't super sweet. We used a springform pan to really highlight the brown edges all around and Hannah had a great time adding the fruit to the top. We used a peach and strawberries but anything would be good on this versatile cake! Enjoy!
I've been on a real skinnytaste kick lately I think.... hers is one of my go-to blogs when I'm tryin to fill my meal plan with things I haven't made before....I always know whatever she makes is going to be delicious.
Hannah and Rob have been going to swim lessons twice a week at night, so on those nights I try to have dinner on the table a little earlier....and preferably something with very little cleanup so I don't get stuck cleaning the kitchen for an hour after they leave...This crock pot meal was just that....
Easy and delicious with enough leftovers for the next days lunch. Pretty much perfect :)