I get no comfort from the ‘same old, same old‘ way-of-life…and that includes cooking. But, you know me, I don’t like complicated either. This is a simple and fun way to serve your veggies. Wrap them up! It’s a gift on your plate…for you and your loved ones!
The How and Why
Well, I already told you the “why”. It’s no secret that I take pleasure in adding a twist to either the preparation or the presentation of dishes coming out of the FOODalogue kitchen…and onto my plate.
We all love our veggies roasted these days, right? They taste a gazillion times better and I’d venture to say they better retain their nutrients and are healthier than any other form of cooking.
I used broccoli and cauliflower florets with a little piece of mozzarella at the bottom of each, but potential fillings are infinite. As I cut into first the broccoli and then the cauliflower, several ideas came to mind.
If you’re a saucy kind of person,
you’d probably like a little marinara over this.
Or you could make it Asian.
No cheese, but a drizzle of sesame oil inside or a little sweet + sour sauce on top.
How about Mexican with a bean filling and salsa topping?
French? Greek? You get the idea.
Note: FOODalogue suggests this recipe as a guide to food pairings and techniques to be experimented with…in your own kitchen…to your own spice and taste levels…and to your preferred portion sizes.