Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Kasha Varnishkes (Joanna's Tester Recipe)


Next time, and there WILL BE A NEXT TIME, I will try it with the mushroom gravy (as I have made the gravy, and it rocks!)

Why haven't I ever eaten Kasha before? It is my new favorite grain. This recipe is awesome. Very simple, and fairly quick. I had trouble finding the whole wheat bowties so I used spirals.

Close Up:
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A Perfect Bowl of Goodness:
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All Packed Up and Ready for Lunch Tomorrow and the next day and the next day:
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Looks good. Kasha is traditionally made with the bow ties, mushrooms, onions, and the buckwheat added after toasting in egg white.

I usually add lots of different spices like you did. It is Russian / Jewish cuisine and comfort food.

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