This easy but stunning salad features half moons of maple-Dijon roasted delicata squash, sweet-tart pomegranate seeds, toasted nuts, creamy goat cheese and bitter greens. A quick maple balsamic dressing ties it all together. It’s the perfect mix of flavors and textures and makes for a gorgeous first course to a holiday meal, or a satisfying main course when paired with a rotisserie chicken. If you can’t find delicata squash, swap it out for cubed butternut squash. Also, feel free to use shaved Parmigiano or Pecorino in place of the goat cheese (or leave it out altogether!). Dried cranberries or cherries are a good alternative to the pomegranate seeds.
I feel like I have had an obsession with quiches lately. I made one with spinach and goat cheese, one with zucchinis and now this one with figs and goat cheese! But I mean… So easy to make, so delicious and so fun to work with.
This crustless zucchini pie is the perfect lunch for a sunny day in the garden. The recipe originally comes from a friend in Crete. It’s both easy, and a great way to use up the glut of courgettes we seem to enjoy every July and August! Accompanied by a side salad (and maybe a chilled glass of white wine!), this courgette tart is so savoury and satisfying. The feta, parmesan and eggs give it that cheesey, almost quiche-like consistency, whilst the grated courgette/zucchini and the fresh herbs give it a real green vibrancy and fresh taste. Since it’s without a crust, it’s a really healthy, light option too. I’ve even been known to wrap the whole thing in tin foil and take it to the park for a picnic - and you can be sure that none ever comes back!
What’s a Greek carrot cake, I hear you ask? Well, for me, all things Greek use Greek yoghurt wherever possible! So yes, this is a carrot cake without cream cheese -I substitute in that tart, rich tang of Greek yoghurt instead, to make for a slightly healthy carrot cake, as well as a yummy one. That tart, sweet tang is literally ‘the icing on the cake’ when it comes to carrot cake - that vegetable, spiced moist batter is just complemented so perfectly by a tangy sweet frosting. Carrot cake might just be my favourite cake - and that’s saying something! Being wholemeal flour, as well as containing carrots, raisins, and walnuts as well as eggs and plenty of spices, I can convince myself that this indulgent treat is at least doing me a little bit more good than a decadent fudge cake, for example. Yoghurt icing for carrot cake isn’t completely pioneering - it really does mimic that slightly sour-sweet tang that cream cheese frosting delivers, but with the added goodness of Greek yoghurt. A creamy Greek yoghurt frosting is just as easy to make as a cream cheese one, and we are always more likely to have Greek yoghurt in the fridge - so it just makes this cake a real easy store cupboard bake for our household.
How to make Greek Shrimp with Zucchini and Cheese at home. Enjoy a delicious Greek Shrimp with Zucchini and Cheese with family with our easy recipe. image
This tomato pasta with zucchini is light, delicious, and quick and easy to make. Toss in fresh parsley and parmesan cheese at the end to add a fresh flavor boost to this simple and tasty linguine dish.
Tuna Melt Zucchini Boats are a quick and easy low-carb version of a sandwich classic. Made with canned tuna, green pepper, celery and parsley, they are topped with melted cheddar cheese and perfect for a no-fuss lunch, snack or dinner.
This easy and healthy pea dip tastes of warm weather and sunshine, no matter the season. The base for the dip comes from defrosted frozen peas. Frozen peas have already been blanched, so there’s no need to cook them. I simply leave the bag on the counter for a few hours, or dunk the bag in warm water to defrost them quickly (you can also pop the bag in the fridge overnight). Goat cheese gives the dip a gentle richness without overpowering the sweetness from the peas. A mix of fresh leafy herbs flavors the dip. I love tarragon and mint (those are the two “happiest” herbs, in my opinion!), but basil is also delicious. The dip is fabulous with veggies or garlic crostini (see the notes below), or as a spread on toasted bread.
Recipe Zuccchini and goat cheese instant pot - Zucchini is about available all year long even if they taste a lot better in season. It is also very quick to cook which makes it a favorite in our speed up world. Here you just mix it up with some soft goat cheese. recipe pressure cooker - recipe instant pot
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Stuffing a zucchini is as easy as it looks. A bit of minced meat with some grated cheese and there is a healthy yet delicious dinner on the table!
Recipe Risotto with goat cheese and sun vegetables instant pot - This risotto will have the color and smell of summer. Pick some fresh pepper, zucchini, and tomato to mix with the rice. The dish will be full of good flavors. recipe pressure cooker - recipe instant pot
Oven Baked Goat Cheese and Cherry Tomato Beer Pasta is super easy and delicious, just a few steps and you've got a delicious meal.
This lightened-up skillet lasagna, brimming with mushrooms and spinach, forgoes béchamel sauce for an easy broth base and is finished with fontina and fresh ricotta. Rather than getting stacked in a casserole dish, the whole thing is made from start to finish right in a skillet, in under an hour! While the recipe isn’t hard, there are a lot of time-sensitive steps. I suggest getting the shallots, garlic and thyme chopped, as well as the wine and broth ready to go before beginning (this will help keep you sane). Once the lasagna is simmering away, you can shred the cheese (and tackle some dishes, if you’re really motivated). The lasagna can be made several hours or even a day in advance. In fact, I prefer it after it’s had a chance to rest for a spell. It reheats wonderfully, making it perfect for entertaining or for potlucks.
Recipe Zucchinis custard with parmesan instant pot - This is another easy way to prepare custard and serve it as a first course. Here, you will cut some zucchinis and mix them up with cream, eggs, and cheeses. A rich and well flavor dish. recipe pressure cooker - recipe instant pot
Recipe Zucchini, goat cheese, bacon and tomato instant pot - Here is a good mix up for a summer recipe. Try the zucchinis with some goat cheese and sausage. A delicious and thick cream sauce will confer a perfect taste for that dish. recipe pressure cooker - recipe instant pot
The summer galette by excellence for sure. Beautiful zucchini, tasty tomatoes and feta cheese = happiness. With a little mustard and basil, so easy, quick and really good you guys.
I made these crumble with spinach and goat cheese to warm us up and to fill our bellies. It is easy, delicious and it looks kinda fancy I think.
Hey, guys! Today's post is a nom-nom personal-sized pizza recipe that's a copycat from a long-gone restaurant in Memphis. It's a flatbread pizza with a garlicky, herby, olive oil base, topped with tart red onions and dollops of creamy goat cheese. These little pizzas are quick and easy and perfect as appetizers or to serve on game day. They also make for a quick and easy meatless dinner option, too!
Recipe Rice with zucchinis and light creamy soft cheese instant pot - Are you concern about the calories of your meal? Try that really easy and quick recipe of rice mixed up with zucchinis. The addition of a little creamy cheese will enhance the dish. recipe pressure cooker - recipe instant pot