3 Large eggs
1 Tbsp Chipotle Ailoi
1 slice tomato, chopped
2 slices of proscuitto, chopped
handful of feta, crumbled
12 wonton wrappers
shredded mozzarella cheese
How to make:
Preheat oven to 375° (F).
Scramble together egg, ailoi, tomato and feta. Cook egg mixture in a frying pan on medium, until cooked to your preference. Turn to medium-low, toss in proscuitto, cook 2 mins.
Spray a small muffin pan with cooking spray (or use butter). Place one wonton wrapper per muffin cup. Push down into cup, to make a little bowl.
Take a spoonful of egg mixture and place into each wonton wrapper. Make sure all are filled to rim. Then sprinkle a bit of mozzarella cheese on each wonton.
Bake for 8 minutes. Will be hot when removed, allow to cool for 5 minutes before serving.
On Father's Day my husband made a new recipe off the top of his head. He grilled pork tenderloin on the barbecue, with some Tequila and Lime Marinade sauce we got from the grocery store. Once cooked, he sliced the tenderloin thin, placed pieces on french baguette and covered with roasted red pepper, marble cheese, oregano and basil. Then grilled until cheese melted. Was so delicious, will repeat for many occasions. Will be great for dinner parties.
We had some friends over for stuffed peppers. From the Kitchener Farmer's Market we bought 6 large sweet peppers, only used 5 for the recipe, and bacon. We bought Block 3 Bierwursts from Vincenzo's. Boiled the peppers and removed insides and tops. Grilled 3 sausages and minced them, fried the bacon and chopped into pieces. Mixed the sausage, bacon, feta and 1/2 cup sour cream together in a bowl. Put the mixture into the peppers, topped with 1/2 cup grated cheddar cheese. Cooked on BBQ for 10 minutes or so, until cheese melted through and inside warm.
Our little one has recently been introduce to raisins, and she goes nuts over them. She becomes a little monster, shoving them in her mouth handfuls at a time. The funny part is she doesn't digest them, they come out whole the other end too.
Anywho, so we have this giant bag of raisins for her, and I decide to make myself some homemade raisin bread (using my bread maker). My husband asked for less raisins, as he does not like them, but unfortunately with less raisins it did not turn out so good. I used a cinnamon raisin bread recipe from the manual. It was okay, but was nothing like I had hoped. My favourite way to eat raisin bread: toasted, with butter and cinnamon on top, YUM!
Hopefully the next batch (with full raisins) is tastier, my husband didn't even seem to want any after it was made. Or better yet, raisin scones!!!!!