Pressure Cooker Collard Greens and Ham is one of those simple southern style suppers that, when served alongside some corn bread, makes a delicious meal. This recipe is one of my leftover makeover recipes. The leftover that was being turned into something new was the bone leftover from our Easter Ham. I have to confess. I didn’t trim the bone very closely before I threw it into the freezer, so when I transformed the ham bone into ham broth, I ended up with 8 cups of broth and 3 cups of small ham pieces. I had to come up with […]
Vegan Garlic and Herb Butter was a necessity. We love garlic, and we couldn’t enjoy pasta dishes or certain soups without a piece of garlic bread. Technically, we could have eaten them, but we really like having garlic bread with our pasta dishes. I mentioned in my previous post about vegan butter that once I had mastered vegan butter, it would be possible to make a compound garlic and herb butter that I could then use to make the garlic bread that all of us here at Patty Cake’s Pantry love. I had linked to my garlic Parmesan butter recipe, […]
Sloppy Joes are a family favorite around here, so I couldn’t let a month of vegan meals pass without creating a vegan version of my homemade Sloppy Joe recipe. The funny thing about Sloppy Joes is that even most of the canned sauces are already vegan, so technically, this could be a two ingredient recipe, but since we’re trying to challenge ourselves this month, I decided that we would make our own sauce.
Cinnamon “Honey Butter” was another necessity to ensure that our 30 days of vegan were tolerable. Sometimes, you just want some sweet honey butter to put on your cornbread or biscuits. The problem is that honey is an animal product, butter is, too. Once again, I was forced to come up with a solution to this problem. Fortunately, I’m becoming more skilled at creating vegan alternatives as the “vegan experiment,” as Baker’s Man calls it, progresses. This Cinnamon “Honey Butter” is a great addition to our vegan condiments, and it makes some delicious cinnamon toast in the morning. To make […]
Carrot Hot Dogs are something that our friends have repeatedly asked if we have tried during our 30 days of vegan. To be honest, we had never heard of the carrot hot dog, so it wasn’t something we had planned to prepare. We had planned to grill some portabello mushrooms to use in place of burgers, but carrot hot dogs weren’t on our radar. After the fifth or sixth time that someone asked, we decided we needed to plan a weekend barbecue and serve carrot hot dogs. There was just one problem. I had no idea what spices were used […]
Slow Cooker Red Cabbage and Apples is a twist on a traditional German side dish. At least, hat’s what a German octogenarian told me. This recipe is our attempt to recreate the dish for her. We modified the recipe for Red Cabbage and Apples that she described by preparing it in a slow cooker to make it a bit less labor intensive.
I love that this meal is cooked in the oven in only one pan. I love that it cooks for 1 hour without requiring any of my attention. I love that it calls for leg quarters because they are usually the most inexpensive cut of chicken, so this recipe helps our family stick to our grocery budget. The best part is that it’s a delicious and family friendly meal, too.
This delicious Broccoli Salad is very simple to prepare, and it’s loaded with flavors. It’s a perfect side dish for grilled meats, and it’s a great alternative to potato or macaroni salad. Once you taste Broccoli Salad, you will wonder why you would ever want to eat any other salad. It’s that good, or maybe, I’m just really in love with it.
I promise to get to today’s post, but first I would like to ask my readers to Follow my blog with Bloglovin. It’s a great way to get the latest feed from all of your favorite blogs all in one place. Today’s post is all about beets. Actually, it’s about the stuff on top of your beets–the beet greens. I’ve talked about how I enjoy going to our local farmer’s market and the fresh produce that I purchase. I had intended to post several follow up recipes using the produce that I purchased, and I prepared everything. The problem was […]