Putting any sauce on the noodles diminishes their noodliciousness, in the kids’ humble opinions. So the absolutely AWESOME thing about quinoa noodles is that the noodles themselves are a complete protein! How cool is that?
Day 232. In another somewhat brilliant choice on my part, I planned a long-made freezer meal for today. I knew I’d be exhausted from BlogHer. So, I dug out this Chicken Chow Mein for dinner. It was a very simple recipe and is sure to be kid-friendly. Chicken Chow Mein Adapted from Chicken Chow Mein. […]
Day 99. I love lasagna and I wasn’t even really thinking of that when I chose this recipe. But, as I compiled the ingredients, I saw how similar it was to lasagna. Our toddler loves noodles of all varieties, but macaroni is definitely among the favorites, so we swapped those in for the egg noodles […]
Day 98. It’s Gluten Free Friday (for Lent) and I’m trying Gluten Free noodles for the first time in this recipe. More of our CSA box veggies went into this dish: sugar snap peas and red onions among them. If you’re not gluten-free you could use prepacked “beef” strip substitute in this recipe also. But […]
Day 7. Today, we’re going to highlight the follies of transforming steak into “steak.” So far, I haven’t found a “steak” product that I like. So, I just don’t do it. I substitute ground “beef” instead. Or even baked tofu or tempeh. Here, I’m using ground “beef” because it just goes well with creamy noodles. […]
Day 3. Ah Meatless (Vegan) Monday again. Here’s a great old standby for our family. My mom actually cut the original recipe out of a magazine sometime in the 1970s. She used to make it for my dad when they were first married before mom became the fabulous cook she is today. She claims she […]