Tagged With: hazelnuts
Frequently when I make ravioli or another stuffed pasta, I have leftover filling. This is a great way to use it up, but it’s also an incredibly easy appetizer for parties or when you need a snack in a hurry. I have made this before with mushrooms and there are endless variations. It’s also another … Continue reading
I love making homemade ravioli because the process is so relaxing. It’s also fun to do with other people, and if you’re just getting into cooking, it’s very gratifying to see the final product that YOU made. It’s a time commitment, but you can make any kind of ravioli you feel like. I once made … Continue reading
With the start of spring, I thought I would re-post my favorite Shaved Asparagus Salad. It’s a fantastic, fresh salad with an elegance that makes it perfect for even fancy dinners. And of course, it won Best Spring Vegetable on Food52 last spring! Shaved Asparagus Salad Half bunch of asparagus Handful of toasted hazelnuts (toast … Continue reading
Usually when we have people over, I try to make things that don’t require silverware because that means a lot less cleanup for me. I wanted to have this salad at the party, but what to do so I don’t need to put out silverware? This is the appetizer version of my shaved asparagus salad, just … Continue reading
Thanks to Food 52 for naming my Shaved Asparagus and Mint Salad the winner of this week’s contest!! I’ll post about my winnings when I receive them in the mail!
My recipe for the shaved asparagus salad with mint and hazelnuts is a finalist on this week’s Food 52 contest! Please vote for it here! This was my original picture of the recipe, but theirs are so much prettier! Gotta work on that! http://www.food52.com/recipes/11674_shaved_asparagus_and_mint_salad
It seems like I see variations of this recipe everywhere right now. I thought it might not be worth the work that goes into it, but actually, it’s pretty delicious. And so easy to do, I think this may become a favorite. It gets even better the longer it sits in the vinaigrette, so I … Continue reading