Zuppa Toscana is a soup available at The Olive Garden restaurant. Zuppa Toscana is a traditional Italian recipe. It originated in Tuscany and is a soup made from sausage, bacon and greens in a chicken broth with potatoes and cream. The name Zuppa Toscana literally means Tuscan Soup in Italian. Pretty much anyone who has been to Olive Garden has tasted their amazing Zuppa Toscana and loved it. This simple sausage and potato concoction apparently has the power to warm people’s souls and make them happier. The best part about this soup is that it is 100% a meal on its own. With lots of meat, potatoes, and a serving a greens, this is a perfectly hearty meal when served with a good loaf of crusty bread.
Here are the best 72 zuppa toscana copycat recipes, listed in no particular order. Please scroll down to vote for your favorite. Warning: this is a very image-heavy post!
Phanaeng curry, panang curry, or penang curry is a type of Thai curry that is generally milder than other Thai curries. It traditionally includes dried chili peppers, galangal, lemongrass, coriander root, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, garlic, shrimp paste and salt, and sometimes also shallots and peanuts. A popular phanaeng curry dish is beef phanaeng, which is a dish based on beef in a curry sauce. The traditional dish contains beef cut in thin strips, kaffir lime leaves, coconut milk, phanaeng curry paste, palm sugar and fish sauce. The dish typically contains thick coconut milk and will have very little other liquids added. For vegetarians, tofu can be used in place of beef.
Phanaeng curry is named after Penang island, an island which is located in Malaysia. In Penang, this dish is mostly served by the Malay and Peranakan people of Penang.
There are 463 calories in 1 serving of Typical Restaurant Panang Curry Chicken.
Here are the best 56 panang curry recipes, listed in no particular order. Please scroll down to vote for your favorite. Warning: this is a very image-heavy post!
We all know that eating healthy, homemade dinners — and avoiding the fast food drive-thru — can be a real challenge. (Health food can seem so, well, boring sometimes!) Not to worry. With these healthy dinner recipes, making mindful eating choices has never been easier. Check out these 71 fresh, flavorful, satisfying dishes. You may not believe they’re actually healthy, but they are!
October is National Apple Month! National Apple Month is the only national, generic apple promotion in the United States. Originally founded in 1904 as National Apple Week, it was expanded to the entire month of October. National Apple Month´s mission is to increase apple industry sales, and to enhance consumer awareness and usage of apples and apple products.
If we ask you in how many ways you have had cereals then many of you surely will reply in breakfast with milk. Buzz Feed has a collection 23 recipes that will blow your mind away. Seriously who would have thought of making a froot loop tea? Yes you read it right and this is just one out of all the amazing recipes. Either you need to top your cupcakes or give some color to your cake’s icing, cereals are there. So, use them as a main ingredient of your desserts or decorate with them. To find out about all the recipes hop over to the link below:
September 17 is National Apple Dumpling Day. An apple dumpling is a pastry filled with apple, cinnamon and occasionally raisins. Apples are peeled and cored, placed on a portion of dough, then filled with cinnamon and sugar. Then the dough is folded over the apples and the dumplings are baked until tender.
Apple dumplings are an ancient British food, described in print from the 17th Century. They were even more popular in the American colonies and Early American period because apples grew well here, dumplings can be made from dried apples as well, and vast boiling pots were the easiest form of cooking to tend and add to in the hearth cooking days.
Here are 10 delicious apple dumpling recipes to try today. Happy Apple Dumpling Day!
Most people don’t have to worry about going to an event, but home cooks know that every event, no matter how big or small, is an opportunity to break the pans out and get cooking – even if the event is just bingo night!
You might think that bingo night isn’t anything to get excited about, and that the oldies who attend bingo night won’t really mind munching on simple snacks, but this couldn’t be farther from the truth. In the past few years, bingo has seen a rather significant resurgence. The game has even reportedly been attracting a much younger crowd, thanks to celebrities like Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan advertising the game in their cafes and restaurants, and the game’s transition onto mobile phones and the internet.
Of course, that’s not to say that older generations aren’t still playing bingo. Women still make up 80% of bingo players, with the typical bingo player being a 38-year old woman. This has prompted even Iceland Foods – a supermarket chain based in the U.K. – to venture into the world of online bingo as well. At the launch of the site, CEO Malcolm Walker said, ”we are excited to take our popular consumer brand into the world of online bingo , which is something we know that many of our customers enjoy. Now mums – and dads – can come to Iceland Bingo too.”
Bingo night offers a great opportunity to practice preparing food for large crowds, and when done right, great food could turn the event into a memorable experience! Take Farmhouse Rules chef Nancy Fuller for example, whose bingo night at the community center turned into a lovely dinner thanks to her farm-fresh vegetable salads and honey-glazed ham sandwiches.
If you’re heading to your own bingo night, you might want to prepare your own bingo-themed treats. Here are some of the most amazing bingo goodies found online: