Wild rice is a staple in Minnesota. Its hard to go into a grocery store or co-op without encountering the locally grown grain. This recipe is a staple from Lunds’ deli, one of the grocery stores in Minneapolis. Its insanely easy and just as yummy! Its a great dish to warm you up as the weather gets colder.
Did you know potatoes this beautiful existed? Well, they do and I have good news for you. These purple potatoes are healthier than white potatoes and taste just as good, if not better! You can pretty much substitute these potatoes for any recipe calling for a white potato. Roast them, mash them, bake them. Options are endless. These purple potatoes have around 4x the amount of antioxidants contained in normal Russet potatoes (remember, purple = good). That’s real life. Healthy food can taste good too! You can find these at farmer’s markets or certain grocery stores (best bet is those that specialize in organic foods like Whole Foods). Leave the skin on when you cook them. The skin is pretty thin, but it has a lot of nutritional content. So, let’s roast some potatoes, shall we?
Do you want to prove to your friends that you can do brunch better? Are you ready for them to bow down at your culinary feet? This strata is the breakfast dish to end all breakfast dishes. Lots of cheese, bacon and bread baked in creamy eggs. Yeah. Eat up suckers (your friends are the suckers here, not you. You made this masterpiece.). My mom introduced me to this delicious strata one fateful winter morning, and it has been a special family treat ever since. Now I’m sharing it with all of you because I’m just that generous.
This is the best chicken I’ve ever eaten. Some may say that’s a bold statement, but I love this chicken so much I want to be buried with it in my mouth.
Not only is this dish incredibly delicious, but it’s also incredibly easy to make and it only takes 5 ingredients!
I like to serve this with a side of veggies cooked in the same mustard sauce. I prefer green beans or broccoli, but it works great with root vegetables (potatoes, carrots etc.) as well.