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I woke up today especially groggy eyed and hungry. I needed something to eat that would stick to my ribs and satisfy that bottomless pit of a stomach I have.
I previously purchased local goat cheese and put this recipe together with leftover scraps of potatoes and a lone squash that had sat in my crisper for a week. It was relatively easy to make overall except I could not find my mandoline for the life of me. Instead, I patiently sliced each vegetable to a uniform size and imagined where my mandoline could be. Maybe it decided to take a vacation. Or maybe one of those darned gnomes grabbed it (they are always taking things from my kitchen or laundry basket). Maybe I lost it during the move. We may never know.
There isn’t a ton of cheese or cream in this so the fresh vegetables are the star. This kept for days and worked great for brunch or as a side dish too. It wasn’t too heavy but it did fill me up enough to make it to lunch. Enjoy!
This recipe and photo courtesy of theKitchn
Hello! My name is Nicole. I'm a blogger, a sports fan and a bacon activist. When I'm not making a huge mess in the kitchen, I am leaving my mark outside or gaming with my Mister. Read more...
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