One more egg recipe. I don’t remember where this recipe came from, but I’m guessing from the “40 turns from a black pepper mill” that the source could well have been Cook’s Illustrated with it’s oh-so-precise instructions.
This recipe is adapted from one at seriouseats.com. If you have some peppers around, they’re a great addition.
This is a recipe I adapted from one I saw in Better Homes and Gardens. If you’re not serving it with a grilled meal, then grill the vegs when it’s convenient and refrigerate, then assemble when you’re ready for this salad.
A tabloui-like salad. Sorry that I don’t remember where the original idea came from. But the addition of a little sugar is an interesting twist on the usual.
Grilled kale? Yes. Wish I remembered where this recipe came from, but grilled kale is lovely. And no fiddly chopping the kale. Just remove the stems and then grill. It’s a take on the classic spinach salad with bacon dressing.
One more broccoli idea, this one from years and years ago in Southern Living. It looks like a lot of ingredients but chances are good you have most of them in your pantry. You could throw in some of those green onions, or chop up some kale and add that.
Another fun recipe adapted from thekitchen.com. Looks more complicated than it is. No puff pastry around? Use a pie crust. It’s so pretty and fancy enough for entertaining.
This simple recipe can be enhanced by slicing up some of those green onions and sprinkling them between the layers.
Maybe you’re ricing cauliflower these days and have 101 ways to use it up. But maybe you’d like one more idea like this one adapted from “Canal House Cooking Volume No. 5” by Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton. It looks formidable because of its long ingredient list but like so much Indian cooking, half the list is just the seasonings. Are you saving the liquid from your chickpeas to use as a vegan egg substitute?
One more idea for slaw, this time with a spicy dressing. It’s from Mark Bittman’s “How to Cook Everything (Completely Revised 10th Anniversary Edition).”