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Prep time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 35 minutes Super Easy Sweet Potato Mash A great alternative to mashed potatoes this sweet potato mash is creamy and rich. Boil microwave or roast the sweet potatoes until tender. Then simply mash them by hand or place them in the food processor for a quicker turnaround. To finish add some butter and stock to bolster bold flavors in this easy vegetable side recipe. Prep time: 18 minutes Cooking time: 12 minutes Pesto Roasted Vegetables There couldn t be a more versatile way to prep veggies for a sensational side dish than roasting. Pick out whatever looks good at the grocery store or farm stand and then you can really go to town. Spread the veggies out on a baking dish or cooking sheet season with pesto sauce mix drizzle with olive oil and pop it all in the oven for a quick vegetable side. As an added bonus whatever s left over can go into the next day s salad or into a delicious sandwich with fresh mozzarella and basil.
For example instead of just serving plain old corn some new recipes include adding in some avocado and salsa and also some green and red peppers. Another way to spice up corn is to cook the entire cob on a grill with some lime juice and chili powder. Other side dish recipes that have been spiced up over the years include eggplant and green beans. Instead of just serving plain cooked eggplant many individual are opting to bake it and stuff it with things like bread crumbs and chopped shrimp. The recipe for doing this consist of taking four whole eggplants and washing them under hot water. The next step is to cut off the top of the eggplant and then take a sharp knife and cut the core out. Inside the cut out area put in some pieces of chopped shrimp and seasoned bread crumbs.
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For example a group family photo at the beginning of the album is a great way to start off the album. If you ve asked for recipes from multiple family members put a photo of the recipe submitter on one page and the recipe on the opposite page. It s also a great help to have a shopping list. Consider the actual recipe on one page and a shopping list on the opposite page. I very often take a recipe to the market with me and shop off the recipe page. By creating the list the recipe book holder just needs to remove the shopping list page and take it to the market. Another idea is to create a bit of history with your recipes. If you ve had several family members contribute recipes consider having the recipe on page photos on one page and a bit of information on the author on a 3rd page.