Super easy cajun fries
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Sautéed mushrooms with garlic
This quick and easy, yet flavourful, mushroom dish makes a delicious starter, tapas or side dish for any meal.
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the best chinese broccoli aka gai lan two ways · i am a food blog
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Instant Pot Kale
Quick & easy way to make tasty Kale Sausage as a deliciously healthy vegetable side dish.
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Ashlander ochre mash
If you're feeling bored of mashed potatoes with your dinner, why not try this delicious vegetable mash that looks great and tastes even better! This versatile side dish, which is a traditional staple for Morrowind's Ashlanders, goes great with gravy, meats, and vegetable curries. This is also a great way to get rid of those wonky vegetables you've been hoarding- just be sure to chop them into generous chunks so they boil evenly!
You will need:
3 large carrots, peeled and chopped
4 large potatoes, peeled and chopped into 1/6ths
2 rutabagas (swedes), peeled and chopped
250g kohlrabi (about one medium-sized), peeled and chopped
1/2 tsp nutmeg
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp turmeric
1/4 tsp cumin
1 tsp paprika powder
Salt and pepper, to taste
Put the vegetables into a large pot and add enough well-salted water to submerge them, at least 3cm/ 1/2 an inch.
Bring to a boil on medium heat. Once it's been bubbling for a couple of minutes, turn the stove down to low heat and pop a lid on the pot. Continue boiling for at least 25 minutes, until all the vegetables are tender.
When your veggies are ready, drain them and either use a manual masher or food processor to mash them to a smooth, even consistency. Add the spices, salt and pepper, milk, and butter, and mix until totally incorporated.
Serve hot- the perfect side for cured meats and salty foods!
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Breakfast potatoes (easy sheet pan version)
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Our traditional Dominican Mangù recipe of mashed plantains served with garlic and onion really hits the spot for traditional Dominican comfort food, a classic breakfast food.
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spicy garlic green beans (source)
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Bibimbap + Okara Soup
Veggie & Protein packed!
First, the bibimbap. On the top right are soy curls marinated in fermented bean paste sauce. All around are stir fried veggies, covering multigrain rice and surrounding spicy gochujang paste. Everything is swirled in sesame oil.
Next, the okara soup, called biji chigae. Dump in the okara (soy bean pulp left after making soymilk), kimchi, kimchi liquid, and some veggies of your choice. Savory and spicy and full of fiber :)
My okara soup is an attempt at using failed soy milk - I was boiling it too hard and the soy milk congealed, turning into tiny little bits of tofu floating around with okara. Hence the transformation :D
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Sugar Lump Buns
TIL you can take leftover bread dough, roll it into a bun sized ball and stick a sugar cube in the center, pinch it shut and then bake it.
And . . . it is wonderful. Especially with butter.
I had leftover challah dough this time around, which is already slightly sweet. 10/10 would recommend.
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Recipe blog of @princesssarisa
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Cheesy gratin potatoes
I made these as a side on Christmas Eve without consulting any recipe at all and they came out amazing - cheesy, gooey, crispy and soft - so I thought I'd write out the recipe here. Measurements are fairly approximate (and the cheese sauce especially will depend on how thick or runny you like your cheese sauce - my gf isn't a fan of it in general so I make it quite thick) but it should give you an idea. This serves 4 as a side and 2 as a main.
2-3 medium potatoes
Salt and pepper
Half to 1 onion
2+ garlic cloves
Large knob of butter (20-30g)
Several tablespoons of flour
Several glugs of milk (probably approx 300ml?)
2+ large handfuls of grated cheese (more is always encouraged!)
1. Cut thin-ish slices of potatoes (no need to peel) until you have enough to fill two layers of whatever baking dish you're using
2. Put the first layer of sliced potatoes in the baking dish, overlapping slightly. Season with salt and pepper and drizzle with oil.
3. Bake in oven at 200 degrees Celsius for 10-15 minutes, until just starting to criso
4. Make cheese sauce as you would for mac n cheese - dice half to one onion, cook until softened, add 2+ garlic cloves and cook for a minute. Add a good amount of butter, melt, then add flour until a roux forms around the onions. Add milk, a glug at a time, until the mixture is the right thickness (quite thick but pourable). Add the cheese (save some for top). Add more milk if necessary, and season with salt and pepper.
5. Pour half of the cheese and onion sauce onto the baked layer of potatoes.
6. Layer the rest of the potatoes on top of the cheese sauce and then pour the rest of the sauce on top. Sprinkle the remaining cheese.
7. Bake in oven for 20-30 minutes, until gooey and crispy and the potatoes are cooked.
Enjoy! Let me know if you have any questions/suggestions - bearing in mind this is something I've only made once.
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Mini Potatoes With Herb Sauce Recipe | Side Dish Recipes
1.5 Pounds Small Potatoes (680g)
3 Tablespoons Butter (42g)
2 Teaspoons Minced Garlic (10g)
1 Tablespoon White Wine (15ml)
1 Teaspoon Basil (0.7g)
1 Teaspoon Thyme (0.9g)
1 Teaspoon Oregano (1g)
2 Teaspoons Dijon Mustard (10g)
Rinse and scrub potatoes. Place potatoes in a small pot an fill with enough water to cover them. Bring to a boil and cook until tender. Remove potatoes from water, set aside.
In a small saucepan, add the butter and garlic and saute until garlic is soft. Add the wine, basil, thyme, oregano, and mustard. Stir until well combined and cook for another minute. Remove from heat. Add the potatoes to the mixture and toss to coat.
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Air fryer garlic parmesan french fries
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