- The Daily Meal | In The Pantry | Mon, Oct 21, 2013 2:46 PM EDT | CommentsVegetarian Chili Recipe (pictured)
Beans are an ideal source of Clean-Eating protein and even those who aren't vegetarian love this "meaty" meatless chili recipe. It is still a satisfying version of chili without losing out on hearty flavor. Use leftovers in a wrap for lunch the next day.
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Here's a really delicious take on ramen of the vegetarian variety! This is served as part of a special menu late nights Thursday through Saturday at Uni Restaurant in Boston, and is part of a "Japanese izakaya" menu that also features pork buns and fried chicken.
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Let's face it, you can put literally anything in enchiladas and they'll still be delicious. Meat, vegetables, beans, who cares? As long as it's smothered in tasty enchilada sauce and melty cheese, it'll taste good. This enchilada recipe is vegetarian-friendly, but good enough to please anyone. Well, except vegans. (If yo...Read More »
- Fri, Oct 18, 2013 4:17 PM EDT | CommentsDanielle Walsh
Everyone knows that garlic wards off vampires and that spilling salt is terrible luck. But did you know that you should never cut a banana with a knife? And speaking of knives, did you know that you should never give a knife to a friend? If you're constantly in the kitchen, you should probably consider these 21 superstitions so you don't end up unmarried, childless, friendless, or worse.
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- In The Pantry | In The Pantry | Thu, Oct 17, 2013 1:50 PM EDT | Comments
Looking to add sugar and spice to a basic party dish? This week on "In the Pantry," Aida Mollenkamp shows you how to make Texas Caviar, a versatile dip that tastes as glam as its name.
"What's awesome about Texas Caviar is that this is a dish that can be used for so many different things," says Mollenkamp. "Serve it with chips and you have a dip. Add it to your favorite grilled meat and you have a really easy sauce. Or you can even take it to a picnic and use it as a side."
Mollenkamp says the dish can be made a few days ahead of time and refrigerated: "All the flavors will actually come together and taste even better."
More on Shine: Slow-Cooker Macaroni and Cheese
3-4 tablespoons red wine vinegar
1/3 cup canola or vegetable oil
Sugar, to taste
Salt, to taste
4-5 pickled jalapeños
1 Roma tomato, seeds removed and roughly chopped
2 15-ounce cans of black-eyed peas
1 finely chopped white or yellow onion
2 15-ounce cans of corn kernels
1 clove of garlic, roughly chopped
2...Read More »
- Cheapism.com | In The Pantry | Thu, Oct 17, 2013 2:19 PM EDT | Comments
By Tahirah Blanding, Cheapism.com
College, unemployment, or an unexpected change in your life situation can mean learning to live off the dollar store. These are times when a major cut in spending is required as you plan how to survive from week to week. We found that it's possible to take care of the essentials, with a dollop of comfort thrown in, for less than $50 a week by shopping at the local dollar store.
Sure, the dollar store is a pit stop for cheap snacks, cooking supplies, toys, and other small items, but it's also a source for food at one very low price. And yes, there may be a stigma attached to dollar store shopping for all your needs, but it's time to get over it.
A dollar can go a long way.
These super-discount chains can sell items cheaply because they follow a strategy that involves buying non-brand items that aren't backed by enormous advertising budgets, stocking items in smaller sizes, and buying products in bulk from companies that ar...Read More »
- Everyday Food | In The Pantry | Tue, Oct 15, 2013 3:04 PM EDT | Comments"I'm a big kale fan, and today I'm using this wonder vegetable to create super-simple homemade ravioli. My secret is to use premade wonton wrappers as the "dough" for this pasta -- so you don't need measure, mix, roll, or cut! I'm also adding fresh ricotta cheese along with my greens, which gives each bite a creamy finish. Stuffing and sealing the ravioli is a great kid-friendly step, so invite your little one into the kitchen to help. Who knows? You might discover a new chef in your family!"
- Everyday Food's Sarah Carey
Kale and Ricotta Ravioli
Coarse salt and ground pepper
1 bunch kale (3/4 pound), tough stems and ribs removed
1 3/4 cups ricotta
1/3 cup grated Parmesan
1 garlic clove, minced
48 square wonton wrappers (from a 12-ounce package)
4 cups marinara sauce, warmed
1. In a large pot of boiling salted water, cook kale...Read More »
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