The start of something good
Mark Tucker last edited by Mark Tucker
Take one zucchini, one bell pepper, and one onion. Cut the zucchini into long flat strips, and the pepper and onion into big enough chunks so they won't fall through the grill. Brush or spray with oil; I use avocado oil in a spray can. Sprinkle with garlic pepper on both sides. Grill until everything is tender and just starting to blacken.
Meanwhile, lay out four mini-naans on a cookie sheet and spread a layer of pesto on them.
Once the veggies are done, chop them up and spread them on top. Sprinkle liberally with shredded mozzarella. Put them under the broiler until the cheese melts and gets bubbly. Enjoy!
What's for dinner at your house?
@Mark-Tucker Sounds delicious. I used up some leftover fettuccine and boughten sauce left over from camping last weekend and made garlic bread to go with.
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@Mark-Tucker taco bell
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@Mark-Tucker Made quesadillas. One got slightly burnt but otherwise they were tasty.
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@Mark-Tucker The basic dinner. Air fried chicken, green beans and mash potatoes. Brownies for desert
PowderHound last edited by
@Mark-Tucker spaghetti and week old meat sauce here because I still haven’t been to the store and it’s all I have. I might die from it
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@PowderHound said in The start of something good:
week old meat sauce
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