stovetop stuffing (us)
We’ve just enabled comments on the blog, so–just for today–this becomes a food blog!
Our kitchen has no oven, just a stove top. My #1 purchase in Shanghai so far is the blender we bought during the Qingming holiday. It’s helping me get creative without an oven to roast vegetables or bake things.
It’s a regular ol’ cheap-o blender, but it does the trick for most of my experiments. Now that the comments are working on the blog, I’d love for you to share your favorite stove-top or no-cook recipes with me.
Here are a few recipes I’ve used so far:
> Pureed Beet Soup ala Martha Gorgeous and delicious. I added some greens to the recipe, too. The blender part was messier and more labor intensive than I anticipated–the kitchen looked like a bit of a crime scene by the time I finished.
> Bob’s GF Pancakes I sorta accidentally bought gluten free flour, and realized quickly it doesn’t act like regular flour. I found this recipe, however, from good old Bob, and have used it in savory and sweet incarnations.
> Cauliflower Green (Red) Curry We also bought some red curry paste, so I tried this recipe (which is really for green curry, but it was still tasty). It calls for rice, but I ate the leftovers w/o rice and that was just as good, if not better.
Share your ideas and tips with me in the comments!