I've been on the hunt for easy to make appetizer recipes - ones that you can pop in the oven to reheat or store in the fridge the night before, which lead me to create this broccoli rabe mini quiche recipe a few months ago.
Bibimbap is probably one of the most well known Korean dishes. There are many variations of the dish, but I prefer mine with marinated salmon and veggies. To this dish, I added some steamed then fried broccoli rabe in soy sauce and olive oil and then sprinkled with sesame seeds, some fresh carrots, red pepper, avocado and green onions for garnish.
I was feeling an above-average level of confidence, so I decided to make some tater tots from scratch. I liked the idea of adding something green and healthy, something with a bold flavor. I opted for broccoli rabe because I really like the flavor and texture after a quick blanch and a saute in the frying pan with some salt and butter, and I thought the flavors would work so well.
Since that evening in Milan, I vowed to learn how to make a risotto as good as the one we shared. In the beginning, I started off by making small servings. Not confident in my ability to pull it off, I figured that I wouldn't feel as bad if it didn't turn out and I only made enough for two. Now when I'm making risotto, I'll make enough for a family of 8 - I can't help myself.