I don’t know about you guys, but my scrambled eggs recipe is straightforward with just eggs, fat, salt, and pepper. You might be thinking a recipe like that will make bland and boring scrambled eggs, but I beg to differ, my friends. I’ll tell you why.
Everyone has their own favorite lazy recipe, and mine happens to be this pot roast recipe that I’m about to show you today. And by ‘lazy’, I mean recipes that take hours to make, but little effort to cook
If you have a soft spot for soup, I’m sure you’ll love this split pea soup recipe as much as we do. My family adores the mild and savory flavors of the soup, as well as its soft texture. It’s easy to make and has all the soothing and comforting qualities you are looking for in a soup.
Today’s recipe will guide you through how to make ice cream in an easy yet interesting way that ensures a fail-proof result. It’ll be short and sweet, but make exceptionally delicious and delectable spoonfuls of ice cream.
Summer is coming and watermelon is going to be everywhere! This watermelon smoothie recipe is just what you need for a quick, nutritious and wonderfully refreshing drink that will cool down the thirst on hot summer days.
Prep, brown, sauté – that’s all you’ll need to do. After that, let’s sit back, maybe snuggle up on your couch and wait for the rich aroma to fill up every inch of your home space.
Here are the best recipes to make tasty and freshening fruit and vegetable juices. Unique and exotic, but you’ll be surprised how simple and quick it is to make them!
Case in point: For those who are not so proficient within the kitchen space, a random quinoa spin-off can always bridge the gaps for you. Casseroles, desserts, or even quinoa smoothies are in for amazement. Give yourself some space and conquer your stretch of imagination folks!
You can get a bowl of rice to go along side to your egg rolls. You might get wild in late shifts and decide to unfreeze some of them on a heated pan. You might also stuff in some standbys you got from grocery store and just, you know, dine. Be unpredictable, it’s legal.
You can eat them with your toasts on a busy morning. Add them into a quinoa salad. Put them into the hollow of an avocado and bake them together. Eat them with baked asparagus in olive oil. Or with french fries if you’re in need of some carbs.