Great accompaniment to any dish!
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This won’t taste as gooey and rich as the restaurant creamed spinach that is full of cream cheese and parmesan but it’s really so close that you won’t feel like you are suffering.
This dish pairs perfectly with a simply grilled steak. You can serve it with any meat but the tomato/onion combo works very well. Any novice cook can handle this one and feel like an accomplished chef.
This recipe uses a little bit of Walden Farms 0 calorie salad dressing. I do not recommend you use them every day on your salads but once in a while would be okay. Because of the dressing, this recipe makes a reasonable facsimile for real coleslaw and it goes great with hotdogs or burgers. Enjoy!
Broiling the eggplant before roasting seals in the moisture and flavor. My staff loves this dish in the summer, they use it cold as a garnish with burgers and hot dogs!
When leeks and tomatoes are roasted together, the leeks begin to caramelize and the tomatoes soften and melt. The texture is like a casserole, packed with flavor!
The time it takes to roast the peppers will bring out the heat in the cracked pepper so be prepared for a spicy hot dish! Enjoy!
Impress your guests with something they’ve probably never had before and it’s done in 5 short minutes on your grill.
This is a juicy, fun dessert. I highly recommend serving these after a Mexican-themed meal. The cinnamon goes great after hot food. But you can eat them anytime! I bet these would be great slightly frozen on a hot day too!
This eggplant tomato combo can be eaten as a side dish or as a spread. When I make an antipasti tray for an appetizer course, I’ll sometimes include this as a dip or spread for crackers.
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