Recipe by Maddie Rhodes, @dont_stop_beleafing.
These late summer produce boxes are keeping me on my toes! This week's recipe is a pretty great example of the kinds of dishes I make on a daily basis. When people hear that I went to culinary school, their first question is always, "What is your favorite thing to make?" It's disappointing, but my answer goes something like, "whatever I have in the fridge." After a long day, the last thing I want to do is spend three hours making dinner, especially in a tiny New York kitchen. So more often than not, I'll have a few things prepped in the fridge (cooked protein, partially or fully cooked veggies, chopped greens, etc), and I just throw it all together over medium heat and cook until its warmed through. This recipe isn't quite that simple, but it's not far off. The most time consuming thing is prepping the produce, and it's just a little chopping. I hope you give it a shot and enjoy!
Delicious, farm-fresh harvests are closer than you think.