After a walk through the Bluegrass Farmers' Market last week, I couldn't help but think about how beautiful and bright the veggies looked. I immediately thought of our Good'n Garlicky and how easy it is to keep that freshness and color alive in a main dish! These recipes are just a couple of ways to incorporate Good'n Garlicky into a meal...experiment! If you are a garlic lover, this one is for you!
Again, sorry for the CAPS, it's my weird font.
VEGGIE GRIDDLE PIZZA
1 C ONION, DICED
1/2 C GREEN PEPPER, DICED
1 4 OZ. CAN MUSHROOMS, CHOPPED
2 TBSP OLIVE OIL
2 TSP GOOD’N GARLICKY
1 C DICED TOMATOES
1 OR 2 ZUCCHINIS, GRATED
1 SMALL CAN SLICED BLACK (RIPE) OLIVES
SHREDDED MOZZARELLA CHEESE
IN A PAN SAUTE’ FIRST FIVE INGREDIENTS FOR 3-5 MINUTES; SET ASIDE AND KEEP WARM. HEAT GRIDDLE OR SKILLET TO MED/LOW. LIGHTLY OIL ONE SIDE OF THE TORTILLA. TOP OTHER SIDE WITH SOME TOMATOES, ZUCCHINI AND OLIVES. TOP WITH THE WARM MIXTURE AND THEN ADD THE CHEESE. PLACE ON GRIDDLE OR IN SKILLET AND COVER WITH LID. COOK 3-5 MINUTES TO MELT THE CHEESE. YOU CAN PREPARE MORE THAN ONE AT A TIME BY BROWNING THE BOTTOMS OF THE PIZZAS AND THEN PLACING THEM ON A COOKIE SHEET AND BROILING TO MELT THE CHEESE. THIS RECIPE WILL MAKE 5 TO 6 PIZZAS.
GOOD'N GARLICKY PASTA & VEGGIES
1/2 LB SPAGHETTI, BROKEN INTO THIRDS
3 TBSP OLIVE OIL
1/2 CUP ONION, DICED
1 CUP ZUCCHINI, CUBED
6-10 GOOD SHAKES GOOD'N GARLICKY
1 OR 2 TBSP. BUTTER
1 TOMATO, DICED
1/2 CUP FROZEN PEAS, THAWED
PARMESAN OR ROMANO CHEESE
COOK PASTA ACCORDING TO PACKAGE DIRECTIONS, DRAIN, RINSE AND LIGHTLY OIL; SET ASIDE. IN A LARGE SKILLET HEAT OLIVE OIL TO MEDIUM/HIGH HEAT AND SAUTE' ONIONS FOR 2-3 MINUTES. ADD ZUCCHINI AND SAUTE' AN ADDITIONAL 2 MINUTES. ADD SPAGHETTI AND NEXT 4 INGREDIENTS. SAUTE' UNTIL HEATED THROUGH. SERVE WITH CHEESE ON TOP. DON'T BE AFRAID TO EXPERIMENT WITH DIFFERENT VEGGIES!
Look for the Herb'n Renewal booth at the Bluegrass Farmers' Market each Saturday at the Richmond Rd. Location...we're there from 9 until 2 unless it starts raining, then we pack up cause our packing does not like getting wet! Http://www.bluegrassfarmersmarket.org
Don't forget to vote for the Bluegrass Farmers' Market at http://www.farmland.org We have been voted #1 in Kentucky for the past two years and we want bragging rights for a third year!