Sure, you can eat broccoli, tuna, cottage cheese and steamed salmon every day. But that would be
- incredibly boring,
- and in the end probably not as healthy as eating diverse meals.
I love making recipies I picked up from the blogosphere, but sometimes they suffer from not having a test-team like professional cookbook authors do. After a few disasters, I’ve gotten used to scouring the comments on a recipe to see if anyone has actually made it, with good results (and dutifully leave my own, if I did).
Here are some of the blogosophere’s recipes that I’ve tried out lately, and liked:
- Chicken Korma – Great recipe! Tasted like real korma, I could eat this every day!
- Stuffed mushrooms – Cheesy & tasty. A bit on the mushy side though, maybe add some bacon bits. Great party appetizer.
- Lamb Kofta Salad – The spice mix for the kofta balls was pretty good, but on the light side. We like our meat plenty spiced where I come from.
- Newcastle Brown Ale Chicken – Great comfort food, almost like thick chunky chicken soup
- Risotto – A great tasting risotto, next time I’ll leave out the cheese for a lighter taste and feel.
- Pineappple and shrimp teriyaki – yum! Really good!
- Celery Soup – Seriously good (even though it looks like snot soup)! And i’m normally not a fan of celery