I have sad news. This is the LAST SRC post – ever!! After five and 1/2 years our fun and discovery is coming to an end. It was a great run! I discovered so many great food blogs, food, and people. I have cooked outside my comfort zone. Learned new techniques and flavors. I am sad to see it all come to an end. Thanks to Amanda, Sarah, Amy, Jane, Susan, Camilla, and April for leading us through 5 1/2 years of food exploration! I have cooked with all most of them and they have some awesome recipes to share.
As you know, I usually do three recipes from my ‘assignment’. How can you possible go with JUST ONE?? Sometimes I share the recipe on the blog and sometimes I just leave a link. We wanted you to visit their blogs after all. I decided to go out with a bang and NOSH more than three.It was only NATURAL since there were so many good recipes on my ‘assigned’ blog. When I first got it I thought. “I will never find much here!” because it was a Healthy, Gluten-Free, practically Sugar-Free blog. Really! But as I went through the Noshings/Recipes I found much more than I expected. Thanks to Nora of Natural Noshings I have more great recipes to work through.
If I were on a liquid diet this would come close to the real thing. Lots of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and ginger in this one. Oh, and pumpkin. I could eat this a lot!
My son and I love Asian (and Indian) cuisine. Nora has so many Asian style dishes it was hard to pick just one. We started with this one. I didn’t change a thing. It was perfect just as it was.
I also tried a pizza for lunch. Not pretty, but pretty tasty. And with a completely different crust. The crust is made with WILD RICE!!! It was chewy, slightly crunchy. I used Nora’s crust for a simple mushroom/Mozzarella Pizza. So completely different.
Wild Rice Pizza Crust
The only drawback is that the wild rice takes so long to cook. I would suggest, if you want to make this pizza, is the cook the rice the day before. Other than that…
We got back late from an unexpected trip and I needed something quick for dinner. One of the MANY recipes I Pinned was the Pizza Quinoa Casserole. It was ready in a short time. The time it takes to cook the quinoa.
Pizza in a bow? Maybe. At least the flavors. A spicy sauce. Lots of cheese. All mixed with quinoa. Healthy Pizza!!
Okay. I would have loved to make more from Nora’s blog but I just plain ran out of time. I can still go back and do the ones I missed.
Thanks, Nora, for some lovely and delicious food!
Again – thanks to all of our ‘leaders’ past and present. I have really enjoyed meeting new foodies and cooking from their recipes. I enjoyed all those times I didn’t think I would find anything on them to cook. I enjoyed all the ‘out of the box’ adventures with some. I will miss The Secret Recipe Club!