A play on Italian Wedding soup but with Polish ingredients like beet and spaetzle
I decided while I was away that when I came back I would make sure to stick to a more regular posting schedule. Instead of sometimes posting 4 or 5 times a week, then only posting twice some weeks, I would just always post 3 times, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. I am going to try and stick to this for the time being, with Wednesdays usually featuring my most recent Tablespoon post, and see how it goes. Of course, there will still be theme weeks from time to time, where I post every day so I think the frequency will be pretty much the same as in the past.
Seems kinda weird to tell you all that info on a Tuesday post. But since I’ve been away so long, I figured I would give you guys a bonus recipe this week. It’s a good one too! I had some marinaded meat leftover from these burgers, and decided to cook it loose in a pan and serve it with a cous cous salad that was based on one of my favorite dishes, Vietnamese Bun Vermicelli. I ate this for lunch one day while getting some serious writing done and it really got me through the day! In fact I went back for more every hour or so…
This is one of those deceptively delicious dishes. It looks plain, and is easy to make, yet somehow tastes incredible. I was even tricked again with the leftovers. I didn’t want to eat them cause I thought they didn’t look that good, but yet again, amazing! The pressure cooker makes it all much quicker, but you could easily do this one in a dutch oven or any decent pot.