Sounds strange, I know, but they are pretty tasty. I would recommend using fresh green beans so that they have a better texture, but frozen is fine, too.
YOU WILL NEED:
3/4 cup green beans per serving
freshly cracked black pepper
fresh or dried sage
Lemon juice or zest or both
Spread Parchment Paper on a baking sheet. Spread green beans on baking sheet. Drizzle with some olive oil and sprinkle with salt, pepper, lemon zest (or juice) and a few pinches of sage. Bake at 350 for 5 -10 minutes (or until slightly browned in spots).
mmm, mmm! You can grate some fresh parmesan or pecorino cheese on top for a little kick.
Fast and easy is my favorite way to cook on a weeknight and this recipe is just that. Add it together with Black Pepper Sage Roasted Green Beans and a salad and you have a crowd-pleasing dinner with minimal effort!
TOTAL TIME: about 35 minutes from starting to eating.
MAKES: about 1 dozen.
You will need:
1 lb. ground beef
1/4 cup crushed crackers, panko, or oatmeal (anything that soaks up moisture will do)
1 cup spaghetti sauce of any kind
1/4 cup cheese (shredded or cubed is fine)
Salt and Pepper to taste
mushrooms, onions, green peppers, garlic - optional
Parchment Paper cupcake liners (to learn how to make your own, go here)
or regular muffin liners
Love of butter, meet love of simple kitchen decor. Kitchen, eat your heart out.
Julia Child - you taught me to make omelets (well, my sister did because she is far more adventurous in the culinary arts than I), and I can appreciate your approval of using copious amounts of butter in your cooking.
I wanted to spruce up the kitchen just above the sink, so I made this graphic and slapped it into a cheap Kmart frame and, voila!, something nice to look at while I'm doing the dishes. You can download it and print it, too. Just right-click on the image and "save image as", then print away. It will print best as 8 1/2x 11". Happy decorating!