Healing Tomato Carrot Turmeric Soup: delicious, creamy and nutritious soup filled with the immune boosting and healing properties of turmeric. The soup is vegan and completely glutenfree. Serves great as an appetizer or any meal. This can be made in advance and kept in the fridge for 3 days.
Nothing tastes better than a recipe that you know the exact ingredients: try today this homemade tomato sauce!
It’s fun, it’s tasty, and it’s healthy! Let’s celebrate the festive season with these delicious Potted Plants Potato Salad! Add a dash of contemporary flair to your plain potato salad, and make your party an unforgettable one for your guests. And yes, of course these are edible potted plants! Aren’t they cute?
Creamy 30 minute Lasagna Soup. Everything you love about lasagna in a bowl. Topped with shredded mozzarella and fresh basil. Get the Recipe: Lasagna Soup
A simple One Pan Italian Chicken Skillet that can be made in less that 15 minutes! Get the Recipe: One Pan Italian Chicken Skillet
Crispy panko breaded green tomatoes layered with spring mix, bacon, corn and drizzled with blue cheese dressing. Get the Recipe: “Fried” Green Tomato Stack
Spicy Tomato and Pepper Chutney. Takes less than an hour to make. Can and freeze extra to have on hand. From the original site: Spicy Tomato and Pepper Chutney. Takes less than an hour to make. Can and freeze extra to have on hand. Get the Recipe: Spicy Tomato and Pepper Chutney
A classic, simple salad that shows off succulent summer tomatoes and herbaceous basil in cahoots with nutritious tuna and beans. Use a mixture of various colored heirloom tomatoes for the prettiest salad. From the original site: There are four good reasons to make this easy summer salad tonight: 1. It tastes FABULOUS! 2. It takes […]
Why pay top dollar at a restaurant when this deliciously easy dish can be made at home? From the original site: I’m a steadfast believer of making simple dishes found in restaurants at home for a fraction of the price. This definitely rings true for one of my favourite kinds of salads the Caprese salad. […]
Love the attitude at Yammie’s Noshery @yammiesnoshery Quote: Guys, you just have to trust your feelings sometimes. You know, like a jedi. So add as much celery as you want. Cook the chicken any way you desire. Forget the tomato cups and have it on a croissant. Or try using roma tomatoes and just halving […]
It’s the dead of winter, but I am craving tomatoes. I have a full-on tomato jones going. Best way to fix that is with this tomato soup, made more fanciful by calling it bisque. A bisque (say it bisk) is a rich, smooth, creamy soup often made with shellfish, and thickened with said shellfish including […]
this type of sambal is the most “helpful” dish for every housewife in Indonesia, because with only one sauce we can prepare a different kind of dish everyday! From the original site: Balado sambal have a rich taste of flavor. A slightly sour taste from the fresh tomato, a sweet one from sugar and a […]
As Fall approaches and temps get cooler, you may be thinking about serving warm and comforting soups to your family. I used to wait tables at an awesome place in Silver City, NM called Diane’s Restaurant. One of my favorite menu items was their creamy tomato soup with garlic croutons. This easy recipe is my attempt to recreate […]
Another yummy food find from Perry’s Plate… Fried green tomatoes presented in two different ways… both of which would make fabulous appetizers for your next dinner party! Fried Green Tomatoes on Polenta Rounds with Bacon, Peppers, and Onions & Fried Green Tomatoes with Caramelized Onion. If you’ve never had Fried Green Tomatoes, you really should […]
In the spotlight today we have this tasty idea from JustJenn for an easy dinner: Stewed chicken and tomatoes. Just toss it all in the crockpot in the morning, and feed the family in the evening… easy peasy! Says Jenn: This is a great quick dinner that you can throw together in the morning and […]
I had the urge the other night to make some sort of dish with shrimp, to use up some shrimp broth in my freezer. I had a pound of shrimp, and also some frozen okra on hand, so I figured that was just screaming to go Cajun or Creole (Let the good times roll with […]
Frittatas make a great light dinner, or a easy to serve brunch dish– If you’ve never made one, they are easier to get right than an omelet, and have a very pretty presentation! Here’s a tasty looking one from My Kitchen Addiction (previously featured in our Quiche Roundup)… I have to admit that I am […]
This totally caught my eye at The Creative Pot. Tamatiebredie is apparently a South African dish (I’m not sure I’ve ever cooked South African food!) and it looks really unique and tasty. So, maybe this would be an opportunity to expand those cultural horizons? Sometimes you need to be daring. That’s when you throw […]
Editor’s Note: Republished for our Summer recipe series! This salad is one of my favorites for the Summer, when the cucumbers and tomatoes are in abundance, but it’s great anytime you can get the ingredients and need a reminder of summer! This is a wonderful side salad, or modify it to be a great vegetarian […]
Red Cordial Revolution has a very tasty looking how-to for making your own homemade tomato paste.. I love this idea… I’ve never tried to make my own before, but this sounds easy. She also suggests adding additional flavorings like anchovies, eggplant, or olives! After making this oh-so-super-easy homemade tomato paste you are never going to […]
Everyone has their favorite lasagna recipe. This is mine. And while others are probably more authentic to Italy, this is pretty durn authentic to my Sicilian grandmother, my mother, and my New Jersey Italian relatives although I have made some changes over the years. I’ve tried many recipes, and many variations. I’ve added spinach, I’ve […]
Ceviche is a recent passion of mine– Every time I’ve bought either fish or shrimp lately, I’ve bought some extra so I can make up a batch! It makes a lovely appetizer for dinner guests, or I just like to eat it for lunch… This is my go-to super easy recipe… It’s incredibly flexible to […]
We are all about the Basics here at Foodwhirl… Part of becoming a great cook is mastering the go-to recipes that you can then change up and give your own spin. Janelle at Talk of Tomatoes has a recipe for basic tomato sauce that looks fresh and inviting! Janelle says: It’s official: I make my […]