A treat for your kids after school or a nice weekend snack.
The perfect addition to a Cinco de Mayo dinner celebration.
Beef Stroganoff is a recipe handed down to me from my mom and I still love her to make it for me if we are visiting for dinner. It is best served on egg noodles, brown rice with a side of green.
BBQ up some extra chicken on the weekend and maybe your kids can prepare this Creamy Spring Pasta recipe during the week. Let them pick the green vegetables, peas, asparagus, steamed broccoli or spinach all work well.
I never really liked cornbread; I found it either too grainy or too sweet, that is until I was introduced to this recipe by my sister-in-law. This version has been adapted from “Holly Hock Cooks” a book created by the cooks of this west coast retreat located on Cortes Island in BC’s Georgia Strait. Unlike some restaurant versions that would pass more as a dessert, this corn bread contains 5 cups of vegetables. Cornbread has many times travelled along side chili, soups and stews for the perfect mountain ski weekend. The recipe makes enough to share with another family or for leftovers which can be wrapped and frozen. I use jalapeño cheddar or havarti to give it a bit of heat and it saves a step but you could also use a seeded and minced jalapeño along with regular monterey jack cheese. Or leave out the heat for a kid pleasing version.
This meal is great served with green beans or asparagus and sour cream is optional. You will need to purchase a cheesecloth to strain your grated potatoes this is the key for the latkes to stay together.
Let your family get creative by providing a variety of toppings. We like fresh cilantro, shredded monterey jack cheese, diced jalapeños and diced tomatoes.