This only takes 15 minutes to put together and 15 minutes to cook. Nice served with rice.
There are two easy parts to this recipe: a cheese pie, and some caramelized onions that go on top as a garnish.
This is dead easy; the long paragraph in the directions is just explaining how to make a rim on the tart squares, which is actually the work of seconds. It took way longer to think of how to describe this than it would to just do it!
A hearty, tasty rendition of Brussels Sprouts.
This pie has a gorgeous filling, a gorgeous crust, and so few ingredients! Yet the flavours of the chicken, chestnut mushrooms and white wine come through in a memorable dish.
This is one of those free-flowing recipes; for your convenience, a few arbitrary measurements are attached, but really it’s up to how much you want to make and your tastes.
Making any veggie burger is a lot of futzing, but these ones are amongst the best tasting and best textured you’ll eat.
Talk about fusion food! Greek phyllo pastry, North American squash, in an Asian-style spring roll!
For the potatoes, red skinned ones look nice. If you can’t get salad or new potatoes, you can use regular sized potatoes instead.
Admittedly, the work Quick in the title refers more to them being ready right away to eat — there’s just no way to avoid the vegetable prep that has to be done. But this is a fabulous homemade pickle, and you just can’t buy tastes like this.
A lovely chutney that is very easy to make. There’s just a few minutes of chopping, then the rest is just a slow simmer on the stove.
A gorgeous looking, zingy relish that is very festive at Christmas, but also great any time of year with cold meats, lamb, sausage, cheeses, etc.
Red Spring Onions are Green Onions (aka Spring Onions) that are reddish-coloured (actually more purple.) The stalk is white at the tip of its base, turning red past that, and then green at the top. The red colour stays when cooked, and becomes somewhat brighter. They have a sweet and mild-flavored taste like green onions,…
As stuffed, roasted peppers go, this is one of the easier recipes, and the ricotta cheese stuffing makes for a nice change from the usual stuffing of rice. Plus this is a rare, healthy stuffed pepper recipe: it’s low-fat, low-sodium, low-carb.
This recipe takes over 2 hours — but only 20 minutes of that time has anything to do with you! This is a great fall or winter dish.
A really easy but great baked sausage dish. Frees you up from having to futz over them in a frying pan.
A good way to jazz up everyday runner beans.
A simple, inexpensive take on Beef Wellington
Makes a good lunch with a leafy salad.
Very tasty, great for brunches.
If you do your risottos in the oven you can do other things while they are cooking, instead of standing at the stove stirring for about 20 minutes — sometimes those 20 minutes are all the time you will have that day to do other things!
This is a great vegetable side dish that dirties very few dishes during the prep!
A quick, homemade relish that is great on burgers or hot-dogs.
Baked red onions, tomatoes and puff pastry: yum. Dead easy to make, and looks great.