Archive for February, 2017

Persian Salad

Persian Salad

Serves: 4

Kid Friendly Tasks: Dressing Shaker

Technically this is a version of Fatoush which is a salad I totally adore. However, my recipe lacks the awesome croutons of the original generally because I don’t have Middle Eastern bread frequently on hand. That said, you could serve this with any stale (or toasted) strong tasting bread and it would be excellent. I could eat this every day and twice on Sundays.

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Baba Ganoush

Baba Ganoush

Serves: 2-3

Time: 1 hr

Kid Friendly Tasks: Mixer

Anyway, today’s recipe is for a dip that is awesome with carrot sticks or my quick flat bread recipe (that I’ll post soon). I love how you can tweak it to your tastes. Add a dash of red wine vinegar. Make it creamier with Greek yogurt which also makes a great sub for the tahini (although seeds are generally good fat). This keeps several days in the fridge and gets better the next day. Definitely check it out.

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Chicken with Olives

Chicken with Olives

Serves: 3-4

Time: 1.5 hrs

Reheats: Yes

Kid Friendly Tasks: Olive Taster

I like to make this dish with homemade chicken broth on the weekends when I have time to let it slow simmer. It would be great in a Crockpot though if you own one (I don’t amazingly enough.) This was my daughter’s favorite dish when she was little because she really loves olives. Actually, all three kids love olives even though my husband isn’t a fan. My daughter loved them so much she tried to give daddy “mama’s special (oil cured) olies” as a Father’s Day gift when she was two. I tried to explain that perhaps something else would be better, but she loved those olives so much she couldn’t understand why they wouldn’t be a hit.

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