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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    I have 8 ounces of full fat ricotta cheese, left over from a recipe I made a few weeks ago. Anyone have suggestions?

    (First thing I thought of was some kind of pasta, though I don't know what recipe I'd use -- and second thing I thought of was eating it on toast with fig butter.)
    This may give you some ideas.

    22 Ways To Use Ricotta Tonight | Food Republic
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    I have 8 ounces of full fat ricotta cheese, left over from a recipe I made a few weeks ago. Anyone have suggestions?

    (First thing I thought of was some kind of pasta, though I don't know what recipe I'd use -- and second thing I thought of was eating it on toast with fig butter.)
    4 ripe apricots, cut in half, stones removed (or peaches, nectarines..)
    2 tablespoons butter, softened
    1/8 cup sugar
    1 egg yolk
    1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
    1 TBS cup chopped unsalted pistachio nuts
    1/4 cup ricotta

    METHOD:

    Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees F.
    Place apricot halves in a baking dish, cut side up. In a mixing bowl, cream butter with sugar until fluffy. Beat in egg yolk, then fold in remaining ingredients. Divide mixture evenly among apricot halves, lightly mounding it into center of each with a small spoon.
    Bake on center rack of oven for 30 minutes or until apricots are plumped and juicy, and the stuffing is browned. Serve immediately. Can be topped with fresh whipped cream.

    Serves 4
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    I have 8 ounces of full fat ricotta cheese, left over from a recipe I made a few weeks ago. Anyone have suggestions?

    (First thing I thought of was some kind of pasta, though I don't know what recipe I'd use -- and second thing I thought of was eating it on toast with fig butter.)
    Those both sound delicious to me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    Next up... dried lima beans!



    These were on sale, so I picked up a bag. Last time I had them was as a kid, steamed, from the freezer. The green kind. I just remember them being kinda icky and bland.

    Now as an adult I am ready to give it another try. I love to prepare different kinds of dried beans. I somehow think I could make it work maybe with some herbs, butter, and leeks or something... but I was wondering if anyone has some great ideas for how to cook them (preferably vegetarian haha...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    I have 8 ounces of full fat ricotta cheese, left over from a recipe I made a few weeks ago. Anyone have suggestions?

    (First thing I thought of was some kind of pasta, though I don't know what recipe I'd use -- and second thing I thought of was eating it on toast with fig butter.)
    i like doing lemon juice and powdered sugar and possibly some vanilla and making like a crepe or something and putting that in it.
    In no likes experiment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arctic Hysteria View Post
    This is one of my favorite cabbage recipes.
    Nomnom

    Italian sausage cabbage stew
    Yumm! I also have my favorite cabbage recipe. Try my pasta salad with cabbage or chicken tacos with cabbage.
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    @gromit I bought a package of that Trader Joe's brown rice medley that you like. What sorts of things do you like to use that for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    @gromit I bought a package of that Trader Joe's brown rice medley that you like. What sorts of things do you like to use that for?
    Last time I used it I made a slightly dumbed down version of this (fecking amazing FYI): Coconut Quinoa Bowl Recipe - 101 Cookbooks

    I also like to just cook it in broth and have it with some seasoned lentils and some sort of veggie, like maybe garlic broccoli or something.

    Or really any time you'd use rice, it just has more oomph than normal rice.
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    @gromit I ended up using a good portion of the rice for this: Kale and Wild Rice Casserole - Half Baked Harvest
    and it was so. good.

    I think I'll use the rest for this: Vegetarian West African Peanut Soup - Cookie and Kate



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    Every time I do my favourite soup (creamy corn soup) I end up with 200ml of coconut milk and no idea what to do with it, so I make curry chicken (again)...

    Any different ideas about what can I do with it? Pretty please.

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