a perfect side dish for rice or noodles!
i got this recipe from my mother-in-law. i believe she may have gotten it out of southern living magazine. it's a quick weeknight main meal for those that need dinner in a hurry, but tastes like good old fashioned comfort food. enjoy!
i made this up from ideas from a couple of other recipes. i sometimes like to whisk a little skim milk into the soup before pouring on top so that it infiltrates down to the bottom of the pan better. you could sprinkle the top of the soup with bread crumb
this comes from the pioneer woman on the foodnetwork. it's her aunts recipe for salad dressing. she says aunt trish always used salad oil but you can use canola oil. and you can also use the parmesan cheese that comes in a can if you wish.
amounts are suggestions only. you can use lettuce or mixed greens instead of mache. use pink or ruby grapefruit. as amandainoz suggested, i am revising this recipe to include a dijon dressing. i like trader joe's dijon mustard with white wine.
from recipe+ - saving here as we did have a bumper crop of broad beans and were about ready to harvest when the fence blew down and flattened the lot. this recipe does call for frozen broad beans and i was planning in freezing them.
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