A rich cheesy sauce is tossed with red potatoes in this healthy version of au gratin potatoes.
Leftovers are Susan Schuman’s of Our Family Eats best-kept secret for getting dinner on the table quickly during midweek mayhem, but she doesn’t serve the same dish twice. Susan uses leftover ingredients, like the steak and potatoes on this pizza, to create a new dish the whole family will love. Tip: This recipe makes enough dough for two pizzas so if the kids prefer their pizza plain, top one with just potatoes and cheese.
These North African pastries usually are made with paper thin dough called malsouqua (Tunisian pastry) or ouarka (Moroccan pastry). As these semolina flour pastries are time consuming and a bit tricky to make, and because they are not readily available at our markets, we’ll use filo. Briouats are similar to Tunisian briks or small Greek and Turkish borek type pastries. Layers of paper thin pastry are wrapped around a filling, rolled up onto cylin
Layers of potatoes and leeks are topped with just a bit of cheese in this healthy gratin.
This classic casserole goes south of the border by borrowing the ingredients of traditional picadillo—tomatoes, cinnamon, almonds and raisins. The piquant, sweet filling is topped with creamy Yukon Gold mashed potatoes spiked with Monterey Jack cheese. Great for entertaining, it can be assembled hours ahead, then popped in t he oven just before dinner.
This recipe, courtesy of Chez Us, was part of the Munch Madness Kitchen Play Challenge.
Appetizer, Breakfast/Brunch, Side Dish, Snack
This recipe, courtesy of Mele Cotte, was part of the Munch Madness Kitchen Play Challenge.