Last night, I made a riff on Paneer Bhurji using tofu from Bon Appetit (www.bonappetit.com/recipe/spicy-tofu-scramble-with-tomato-and-ginger-recipe) that turned out much better than I thought it would. A repeater!
Thoreau said, 'A man is rich in proportion to the things he can leave alone.'
One night I didn't have any dinner planned so I scrounged around and found a frozen bag of riced cauliflower. Then I searched for a cauliflower soup recipe and found this: www.saltandlavender.com/creamy-cauliflower-soup/. While I had to tweak it a bit (riced cauliflower vs fresh, no heavy cream so I used whole milk, added potato flakes to thicken it), it was delicious and I would love to make it again with an actual head of cauliflower. Served it with Krusteaz corn muffins and DH absolutely loved the meal.
I made the Black Bean Salsa Chili from Cooking Light that we have always loved since finding it on this board, but it just wasn't as good as we remembered. I did use left over meatloaf instead of ground beef (don't tell DH), but otherwise made it as directed. We liked it well enough to eat the leftovers the next night but it just wasn't as delicious as we remembered. I'm guessing it was the salsa although I don't recall what brand I used previously.