The french dish Ratatouille is a variation of similar dishes from the mediterranean, you can have it as a main or side dish, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. At The Real Food Academy, we like this dish not only for its rich taste but also because is nutritous and fun to make! Kids and adults like building this casserole style dish either family style or in ramekins. In the instructions, you will find terms such as concasse
, these are technical terms for peeled and seeded tomatoes and thinlly sliced herbs. Follow the notes in the recipe so you can concasse your fresh tomatoes to perfection and chiffonade your basil like a pro! Bon appetite!
This recipe is been done in our cooking class as Turkey Burgers and Meatballs, always a hit! They are super tasty and super delicious!
You won't ever make any other recipe after this! Definitely a keeper.
What would happen if you served Zucchini, Carrots and Quinoa to your kids? Maybe you'll find some resistance...I'll give you an idea - hide them in these sliders! Served on whole wheat slider buns, with or without cheese, your kids will keep asking for more. This recipe is super beneficial since it carries all of the antioxidants in the carrots, the quinoa and the tomato. By consuming antioxidants, you help your body to get rid of the free radicals that cause damage on your cells. So go ahead and have a slider!
Family cooking fun! This is a super easy recipe to make with your kids. Have them eating their daily serving of vegetables including carrots and zucchini along with leaner proteins such as quinoa and turkey.
Made with quinoa, zucchini, carrots and other vegetables these are a great source of protein and vitamins at the same time. You may serve them in a sandwich, wrap, as a snack or a main dish. This meatballs go well with several sauces like bbq, marinara or teriyaki. Let us know how do you serve them!