Okay, so this is definitely NOT your grandmother’s tuna casserole. Yes, there is tuna, and yes, there are noodles. But there are also artichoke hearts and there is also feta cheese, and there is absolutely no cream-of-anything soup. It’s light and flavorful with the perfect mixture of cheese and artichoke and just the right amount of pasta. I’m calling it a Mediterranean version because of the feta and artichokes, but you can also call it scrumptious…let’s make it!
Before I get into the deliciousness that is this recipe for roasted tomatoes with shrimp and feta, I have to say this: Ah, Fall. The days are shorter, the air is crisp and clean-smelling. We’ve used the fireplace for the first time, and I’ve gotten out all my cozy sweaters. It’s the perfect time to have an warm and easy supper that is rich with the flavors of sweet tomatoes and tangy feta and tender shrimp. Ready for one of my favorite seafood suppers? Let’s make it!
I love kicking off fall with homemade soup! And one of my favorite is this easy recipe for carrot feta bisque, which is full of rich carrot flavor, and which can be whipped up in about a half hour with the help of your friendly blender. It’s topped with a generous pile of feta cheese, which rounds out the sweet carrot flavor with the salty savory taste of cheese. It makes having summer in the rear view mirror a little less sad.
So, ready to start soup season? Carrot feta bisque…let’s make it!
This recipe for warm chicken and green bean salad was born one day when I had a bowl of leftover green beans in my fridge, and since I have a strict No Ingredient Left Behind rule in my house, I was pondering what I could do with them other than serve them on the side of something else. Then I spied a hunk of feta cheese in my fridge as well, and the wheels started turning…what if I poached a chicken breast, shredded it up into bite-sized pieces, and then tossed it with the beans and the feta? And maybe some grains for extra heartiness? And a little while later I had a bowl of warm chicken salad deliciousness. Let’s make it!
This recipe definitely ranks in the top ten of my favorites for entertaining, because it is utterly easy, utterly reliable, utterly delicious and takes a grand total of 15 minutes to cook up. Tender shrimp, sassy feta cheese, crispy crunchy breadcrumbs, served up with a sprinkle of parsley and a squeeze of lemon juice. We are talking supper heaven here. And ps, if you don’t have a dinner party in your immediate future, this is is just as good on a regular old weeknight. Let’s make it!
I am in love with pretty much everything in this easy healthy recipe for shrimp farro salad. Tender shrimp, sweet cherry tomatoes and mint, tangy feta and capers and wonderful, chewy, nutty farro. A little olive oil and a few other things, and you are in delicious healthy lunch or supper heaven…and if you haven’t yet tried the scrumptiousness that is farro, boy are you in for a treat. Let’s make it!