Sunday, March 24, 2013

Recipe Sunday: Lamb Meatballs, Stuffed Frittata, Wonton Noodle Soup and more

Photo by ebifry courtesy of Flickr
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The purpose of this site is to highlight blogs in the Ottawa region.  When it comes to foodie blogs, however, this can be challenging, as the sheer volume of posts is so large one can quickly become overwhelmed with all of the recipes that are posted online.  For this reason, I will only link to one recipe from each blog that has posted a recipe in the previous week.  This way readers can be exposed to all the great blogging chefs in the National Capital Region, without being inundated by the large volume of cooking suggestions.


Barrhaven Bites' last post was in mid-February.  One month later the blog is back, this time with two different recipes for lamb meatballs, and instructions on how to make one large focaccia bread or 12 focaccia buns.

Simply Fresh provides instructions on how to make gingerbread cookies, after telling a funny story about a mix-up with a friend who missed-out on a special cookie prize.

The Gouda Life explores her inner MacGyver, when the fridge is almost bare save some basic pantry items, and comes up with the MacGyvering lunch, i.e. anchovy butter toast with spicy tomato jam and Broccoli Rabe.

Culinarilyinclined celebrated St. Patrick's Day with avocado toast.

Double Trouble Kitchen Edition offers the bold suggestion of egg within a coconut nest.

Eaten Up snaps a photo-recipe of vegetable and fruit salad, accompanied by bread.

Food Gypsy explains how to make lentil sausage bacon casserole.

Mon Food Blog shares his secret for preparing the delicious sounding plate of stuffed frittata with aubergine and goat cheese.

Tea for Two Sisters had a craving for Hong Kong-style wonton noodle soup, so following a quick Google search for ingredients and a trip to the T&T grocery store, here are their instructions on how to make this Asian dish.

Ottawa Valley Moms recommends ham and cheese brunch square for Easter morning brunch.

Sybaritica describes how to make the delicious sounding chili cumin jumbo shrimp.

Foodie Prints rounds things out with their recipe for curried spam-fried rice noodles.

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