If you tend to avoid veggies, run for your life.
Or, maybe I can change your mind.
This week, “Redhead’s Kitchen” is all about
Look out Kermit…
the spotlight is on you asparagus, peas, and brussels sprouts.
I personally love most vegetables, I don’t care if they are green or purple.
It wasn’t always that way though.
It wasn’t until I got older that I began to appreciate a dish my Grandmother made often.
Have you heard of it?
I’m going to assume the recipe developed out of necessity.
“Using what you have” and “saving $” all very important back in the day,
and still today.
There’s no meat in this, we always have flour/bread, and eggs are a staple.
The only ingredient you may have to find is asparagus.
My husband had never tried “Creamed of Asparagus on Toast” until I made it for him.
It’s now one of his favorites and describes it as “pure comfort food”.
The creamy, nutty, salty flavor combined with the rustic texture is killer.
I hope you go out of your comfort zone and try it.
While searching “Inspiration Monday Party” I discovered these 2 talented chef’s cooking up some veggies…
Pea soup is one of my all time favorite soups.
Jelli has an easy recipe for you to try…
Doesn’t it look yummy with that ham on top?
One more to go, and it’s a big one…
I actually make our brussels sprouts this way too, Nicole!
Creamed of Asparagus on Toast by redheadcandecorate.com
(printable recipe above)
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