Z is for Zucchini! The last of the vegetable alphabet, Zucchini is a veggie that's in the same family as pumpkins! Zucchinis are technically fruits because they grow from a small yellow flower. Zucchini's a great sources of vitamin C and can be used in just about any dish, such as Zucchini Sushi!Zucchini Sushi is a new take on an old favorite that's easy to make and even easier to eat! It's the perfect dish for a snack, a party, or for a fun and creative afternoon savory treat! Don't worry about the raw fish in this kind of sushi, we used canned tuna.
Is it a fruit? Is it a vegetable? The world may never know, but we sure know that they taste delicious. Tomatoes are an excellent source of nutrients, including vitamins A and C, calcium, and potassium. There are over 7,500 varieties and they come in colors from all across the rainbow. Tomatoes are seen in many different cuisines from all around the world, especially in Italian food like sauces for pasta and pizza. There are so many ways to them, but have you ever thought of making stuffed tomatoes?
It's almost Halloween! Get in the spooky spirit by making this Halloween recipe for kids: Mini Mummy Pizzas. Not only is it super delicious, it also has a secret hidden veggie. The dough is made out of cauliflower, and packs a whole serving of vegetables. Bonus points!
Pea soup isn't just for warming up after a snowball fight- it has a summer companion too! There is a minty pea Gazpacho that one of NYC's midtown lunch spots serves every summer- it's one of the things I start to crave every spring! I wanted to see if I could make it myself, and I could! It's super refreshing, colorful, and delish. And it uses frozen peas, so no need to wait for the verrry slim fresh English Pea season. Yay!
Stuffed mushrooms are excellent as finger food appetizers or complimenting any other dish. You can even make them ahead of time and refrigerate until you’re ready to pop them in the oven.