With this Italian Meatball Stew in a Mug I will bring my July Theme “cooking in a mug” to a close. My cooking theme for August will be the recipes of famous artists, starting tomorrow.
I enjoyed cooking in a mug and I may revisit the theme in September.
Until then here is the recipe for this Italian Meatball Stew in a Mug, which you can also find on page 146 of the 250 Best Meals in a Mug. For more information on the book and recipes check out Val’s Kitchen Blog.
The Bit + Co blog writes about this recipe stating “This eggy Chinese dish is simply irresistible. No frying has to be done, making it a great option when you’re just not feeling like calling up your regular takeout joint. For the rice, be sure to cover the top with cling wrap. Throw in vegetables for texture… and don’t forget the soy sauce as seasoning!”
It is another one of Lisa’s recipes, no worries it will be a healthy lunch.
This is quick and easy, but because we’re dealing with a recipe for one, and a microwave, it is fairly precise, so listen up carefully — you’ll need just a few simple things to get started —
- a large mug
- a liquid measuring cup
- a 1/3 cup dry measuring cup
- elbow noodles
- some pre-shredded cheese
- a little milk
- and water
The recipe is from Sue’s Blog. Check our her post of these party favorites.
This Spinach Ricotta Lasagnais from Lisa’s Blog. Her blog is call Healthy Nibbles and Bits Lisa has a great number of good healthy recipes, check out her blog.
Bring Italy to your office cubicle. There is a number of different way that you can have your instant Italia in a cup. Heat your risotto in vegetable broth, add garnish such a bacon, mushrooms and kale, and voila.
For more ideas on have to bring Italy home in 10 minutes or less check out the Brit.co blog.
This roasted tomato soup with boiled cheedar is from the SK blog. This blog has a huge selection of great recipes. You will find something for any occasion.
So this isn’t a healthy snack. Don’t read the title above incorrectly. It’s a healthier version of the traditional cake-in-a-mug recipe (you know, the one that includes oil and sugar). But this isn’t exactly like having a sliced apple for a snack. 😉 Now that we’ve got that out of the way, I want to […]
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This fits well into my monthly collection