Breakfast shots (at Cosmo’s Pizza)
This is a dish I’ve wanted to make for a long time but really wanted to get right and give it the time to make the recipe perfect and I think I’ve done it! The sauce is cheesy & garlicy but not overpowering and the green beans (still partially frozen when mixed with quinoa) turn out crisp. I used nonfat milk but full fat cheese to balance it out and finished off with a spicy parmesan crust.
You can play around with this using whatever veggies or types of cheese you like (broccoli & munster are great alternatives!). I suggest serving it with a protein like grilled tofu or chicken on the side and a salad but you could also mix your protein in (tuna is another good choice here!). Have fun with it!
This is the perfect example of picking a lifestyle that’s right for you.
I love him so much!!!
Tian Provençal - Named after the earthenware dish used for both serving and cooking, this French vegetable dish from Provence is one that will surely impress your guests. Eight ingredients is all it takes, plus a little artistic effort that makes it ever-so-pretty.
Baking it concentrates all of the flavours and celebrates these beautiful summer vegetables. If you’re not the artistic type, forego the radial pattern and layer the vegetables like a lasagne. It’ll be just as good…RECIPE