Thursday, June 14, 2012

Tell Me What To Make!

Is there a vegetable your scared of but would like to give a try? A grain that you don't know how to cook? Or a seed that you don't know what to do with? Post your requests below, and I'll make up a recipe specially for you! If your lazy and don't have an account to post comments, you can just email me at sarahfarsh@hotmail.com ;)

I'm looking forward to your requests! (Minou asked for a tuna recipe.)




4 comments:

  1. Hi Sarah!
    How about a falafel recipe.
    I love falafel but am not too crazy about frying them. Can you bake falafel?

    ... also I have a ton of millet and a ton of hemp seeds, what should I do with those?

    Miss you!
    Sarah

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    1. Sarah! I actually have a baked falafel recipe that I call "baked falafel cookies".. It's Zach's favorite thing I make but I try not to make them all the time so he doesn't get sick of it =) I will post it just for you.

      There's a whole lot you can do with millet and hemp - hemp particularly is super versatile and a great texture to work with - not to mention a super food. I was secretly hoping someone would request it =)

      THANK YOU for your entrees, the recipes will be coming up soon. MIss you more Sarah! XO!

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  2. This is a wonderful blog. I tried many of your recipes
    and they are tasty and healthfully prepared. Can you give me some tips about using teff in some recipes?
    thanks

    Pat Flamberg

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    1. Hi Pat!
      Thank you so much for your kind words - I'm so happy you enjoy my blog, that means so much to me.

      Believe it or not, I have never actually heard of or cooked with teff. I just did some research and it sounds like it's a highly nutritious grain. Seems like its most commonly used for making Ethiopian crepe bread, and can be used as a substitute for flour (in some recipes). I found this great website with lots of info and recipes: http://whatscookingamerica.net/CharlotteBradley/Teff-Flour.htm

      I will pick some teff up, experiment, and then come up with a recipe for you! Thank you for post and enlightening me with this new ingredient!
      -Sarah

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