March 2nd, 2010 at 3:07 pm
Posted By: gardenguru
Posted in: Herbs,Recipes,Views

Will the snow every end?  It’s the second day of March, and I’m ready for spring.

snow 3-2-10

With no four-wheel drive I wasn’t going anywhere, so I decided to put a new twist on a easy recipe.   Crustless Ricotta Pie is the original recipe.  When I’ve tried it before I’ve put in different ingredients, but today I needed to use baby bella mushrooms, along with a few grape tomatoes.  Here are most of the ingredients I used:

ingredients for ricotta pie

After sauteing the mushrooms in olive oil and a bit of butter, I added balsamic vinegar to enhance their flavor.   Next I spread the mushrooms in the bottom of a ten inch pie plate.  I moved them around enough to oil the plate.  Then cubed mozzarella cheese seemed like a good addition.

sauteed mushrooms mushrooms with mozz

After baking I sprinkled some fresh parsley on top.  I thought it was much better than the original recipe I tried, or any other variations so far.

cooling on the plate

It is a beautiful snow that coats every twig, but I’ll be happier when there is no snow in sight.

Jap maple

  1. This looks delicious – and easy! I can’t wait to try this ricotta pie out. And the temp is finally starting to rise!

    Comment by zdl — March 10, 2010 @ 2:54 pm

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