Broccoli, ham and cheese-- sounds like a delicious, melty sandwich or quiche, but it's actually a rich and creamy soup. The from-scratch ham stock can be scratched if you don't have the time or the hock; just substitute a flavorful chicken or vegetable stock instead.
This is the perfect recipe to pick if you only have 30 minutes to make dinner and you have a craving for a big, slurpy bowl of noodles. Turnips make a perfect veggie noodle: they don't fall apart when cooked and their flavor is super mild. Add some flavorful spices and aromatics to our ground pork, shred up some cabbage and carrots and you're good to go!
The slow-cooker does all the work for you! Add your stew beef and shredded cabbage, and a few hours later dinner is on the table. Serves well with some mashed potatoes (toss in some cauliflower, turnips or rutabaga for a funkier mash.)
A creamy and savory vegetarian soup that's super simple to prepare. Great first course, or make a big batch to have for lunch this week!
This tart couldn't get any more decadent-- even with a whole bunch of kale! Creamy bacon, onions and softened kale piled high in a flaky pastry crust, held together with a cheesy-roux.
A mostly-veggie frittata-- a great gluten-free alternative to quiche that (once you've cooked your spaghetti squash) cooks up super quick!
*This recipe is vegetarian, and can easily be made vegan by skipping the cream at the end. For a powerful flavor boost and a little meat, you can make the stock with a ham hock (soaked first and water discarded to remove some of the salt.) You can then add pieces of the ham to the soup at the end. If you try this version, omit the extra salt. Let us know how it goes!