A recipe from seriouseats.com.
Adapted from a recipe by local food writer Susan Puckett.
From Martha Rose Shulman of the New York Times.
Or try this recipe from Asha Gomez’ book, “My Two Souths: Blending the Flavors of India into a Southern Kitchen.” She makes it with other winter squash like pumpkin or kuri, but butternut works beautifully. No rice flour? Skip the dumplings. Although it’s becoming more easily available in stores that carry ingredients for gluten-free cooking.
This recipe is adapted from one in Saveur magazine.
This recipe is from seriouseats.com.
Use any seasoning mix you have in your pantry. This is just a reminder that poultry and melon are a really nice salad combination. If you still have some blueberries, throw them in. Store-bought or your favorite homemade dressing and you’re done. I wouldn’t add tomato, but a cucumber would be nice. And something for a little crunch.
Are you overwhelmed with onions? I can’t imagine such a state, but I hear it happens to some folks who wonder what in the world to do with all those onions. Here’s a recipe from Saveur magazine,
If you eat chicken, you’ve got at least a dozen chicken salad recipes. If you eat cabbage, you’ve got at least a dozen slaw recipes. But this is a nice change, combining some of my favorite flavors. Maybe you still have a green onion hiding in the vegetable bin?
A nice take on kale salad. Adapted from a recipe in Saveur magazine.