an easy, flexible weeknight recipe. increase/decrease chili powder and chilies to suit your taste. great with grated cheese or diced avocado.
this sounds weird, it tastes great. my mom made this every thanksgiving and christmas. i lost the recipe, then found something similar and added the ingredients that mom had in her salad. to me its comfort food and a walk down memory lane.
sounds yummy! i haven't made this yet but when i do, i'll certainly be using home made chicken stock rather than water in the zucchini sauce. it makes sense that it's going to be more flavoursome; and i'll probably using slightly less than the 300ml spec
this is a good way to cut back on some fat and calories and still have nice omelet. add some cut fruit for a nice lunch or brunch. 121 calories a serving. from better homes and gardens's recipe editor's top ten pick for a heart healthy meatless main dish.
this is a recipe i found online about 6 years ago. whenever we are invited anywhere this is always requested. the best part of this recipe is when the dip is gone and the bread has soaked up all the yummy dip. it's heavenly!!! you can use the bread cubes
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