Cheese filled Hamburger with Carmalized Onions :)
It tasted really great! When you bit in, the patty was juicy and the cheese was perfectly melted. You then got the aroma of the onions and the crispy bread kept it all together. It was really messy, but very worth it :D
So, Nikki made a great point that I should start posting recipes of the dishes that I make because it isn’t fair that other people can’t eat them either. So, from now on, I will try to make more thorough entries :D
So, I may have posted something similar to this a year or two ago, but either way, it is still delicious :D
Sunday Mornings are Incomplete without Pancakes :)
After not cooking at all for a week, I decided to make brunch for my roommates :D Pictured, a beautiful stack of 2 kinds of pancakes :D
The first kind is a cinnamon banana chocolate chip pancake. I mashed bananas and mixed it into the batter with a LOT of cinnamon. Then as I cooked one side of the pancakes, I sprinkled on a a generous amount of chocolate chips and then flipped.
The second kind was an impromptu recipe. I remember that I had bought a package of cream cheese so I mixed in sugar and a bit of oil to make a cheese cake filling. I put in a spoonful of it on each side of the pancake and it tasted just like a cheesecake!
The stack above is covered in syrup and 4 slices of banana, finished off with some chocolate chips. I <3 pancakes!
What do you do with 3 tortillas?
So I had 3 huge tortillas left, and I couldn’t eat them. So I made cinnamon sugar tortilla chips with them!
Eggplant Parmesan Sandwich
My first of a week long series of recipes :D I have been craving that eggplant parmesan panini from the Booth cafeteria so I decided to make my own.
So the hardest part of this recipe is getting the eggplant prepared. Set up a 3 bowl station, with flour in one bowl, a beaten egg in another, and then the bread crumbs. I used a mixture of toasted crackers for one mix and then panko bread crumbs for another to see which one I liked better. Cut the eggplant into thin slices and cover in flour. Then dip it in the egg wash and generously coat the eggplant slice in bread crumbs.
Put the egg plant slices in the pan and fry both sides. While you are doing this, saute some spinach with half a cup of your chosen sauce. Then finish off the eggplant by placing a slice of mozzarella cheese on each slice and once the cheese is melted, put it on top of the cooked spinach.
Toast the bread on both sides and place the spinach and eggplant in the middle. Serve with a lot of napkins because it gets messy! The only part of my sandwich I would change, would be to have french bread because my focaccio absorbed some of the alfredo sauce and it was really hard to eat.
Hope you all enjoy and we will see what I make tomorrow :D
Just a simple brunch! When I used to be a productive member of society and was actually taking classes, I used to make brunch for myself everyday and for a while, I got into the habit of making mozzarella sandwiches. I would take french bread, put on a layer of pesto hummus and add on melted mozzarella cheese. Then a couple slices of avocados and some fresh field greens made for a very delicious start to my day!
For our transitional meeting, I thought I would put in some extra effort and end on a high note for EC! On the menu:
A well fed organization is a successful organization :)
Thanksgiving in July Eats
Turkey and Jalapeno Sausage Fried Rice
Turkey, Hummus, Avocado and Pepper Jack Cheese Sandwich
Turkey Porridge with Chinese Sausage and Winter Melon
Turkey Tacos with Guacamole and Salsa