Tag: Cuisine

Greek Meatless Stuffed Cabbage Rolls with Rice (Lahanodolmathes Orphana)

The word “orphana” means “orphaned” and in Greek cooking, usually means a dish that can be made with meat, but in this case is made without. Cabbage is a favorite winter food, and this meatless recipe is delightful and a Lenten favorite. These cabbage rolls are delicious as a main dish, but I often make them using small pieces of the cabbage leaf, to create small rolls that are perfect as a side dish, addition to a buffet table, or appetizer. Try them also using chard leaves and Romaine lettuce leaves. Because of the lack of meat, this dish is perfect for Lent or a Daniel Fast.

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Kim’s Cream Cheese Cupcakes

I had to make cheesecake for 40+ people and mentioned on my Menu Monday that I was looking for a recipe that I could use to make the cheesecake because I only have 2 cheesecake pans. One of my awesome readers, Kim, commented and asked if I had considered making cream cheese cupcakes. She then emailed me the recipe. I made 6 dozen of them last night, and they were a HUGE hit. The cheesecake just melted in our mouths. Kim gave me permission to post the recipe. I’m just sad I didn’t take any pictures – but I was working pretty hard and it didn’t occur to me. Our menu rotates every 6 weeks, though, so I’ll be making them again soon!

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Scrumptious Sweet Potato Sticks

You can cut these steak fry size or quarter small sweet potatoes. Since my husband ensures that I have every kitchen gadget known to man, I have a commercial strength french fry cutter. Cutting sweet potatoes down to regular french fry size is very tasty. The large cut is perfect. When you get it just right, they are crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. Yummy!

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