Country Zucchini Casserole is a great way to use up that abundance of zucchini that is almost always prevalent, at some point, during every home gardeners summer. I don’t know about you, but I’m always looking for new ways to use up the zucchini harvest from my summer garden. Most years, I have a bumper crop of zucchini. The best crop I ever had was 20 pounds per week, but one year, the zucchini weren’t very productive. That year, we had more crookneck and patty pan squashes, but I suspect that any type of summer squash, or even a mixture […]
Today is Clam Chowder Day, and I’m putting together a pot full of homemade clam chowder for my family. I have another recipe for clam chowder made from food storage items here on the Patty Cake’s Pantry website, but this time, I’m making it entirely from scratch. Homemade Clam Chowder is delicious, and it’s surprisingly simple to prepare. There’s really only minimal prep work necessary, and almost all of the ingredients are things that I keep on hand in my pantry and fridge.
Chicken Enchilada Soup with Black Beans and Corn is a simple and delicious soup that ‘s great on these cold Winter evenings. It’s also a figure friendly recipe. We know you’re going to love this new version of Chicken Enchilada Soup with Black Beans and Corn.
This recipe for Navy Bean and Bacon Soup is made from canned beans. It’s simple to make, uses readily available ingredients, and makes it possible to have dinner on the table in just a few minutes. That’s what makes this recipe for Navy Bean and Bacon Soup a keeper.
This is a canned food version of one of my favorite low calorie soups. I love that all I have to do to make a pot of chicken enchilada soup is put everything into a pot and bring it to a boil. It’s hearty, flavorful, and figure friendly as well as simple to prepare. Who could ask for more from a soup?
Creamy Corn Chowder, loaded with celery, onions, carrots, and corn in a thick creamy base is to serve on a cold and stormy day. This soup is pure comfort food at it’s finest. The best part is that this recipe is surprisingly easy to prepare. You can have dinner on the table in about 45 minutes.
The delicious combination of peas and pearl onions is fancy enough for any special occasion, but the recipe is simple enough to be part of any weeknight dinner. From start to finish, this dish is ready in about 30 minutes.
No series of bean recipes would be complete without an Asian style bean dish. This one has its roots in the food culture of the Philippines. I had never done anything with mung beans besides sprout them until a few months ago when I decided to cook some with onions and garlic and bacon. The taste of cooked mung beans reminded me of black eyed peas. I still had some dried mung beans in the pantry, so I began to look for a recipe that was more authentic. I asked co-workers and they mentioned several sweet recipes, but only two […]