3-ingredient crowd-pleaser recipes for lazy days
I volunteer to provide food for a senior’s brunch every month. I try to keep things simple so that it can cater to everyone’s taste buds. Thankfully, I have a friend/chef, Laura, who is on-call to provide me with tips and inspiration. Here are some of my favorites. Thank you, Laura!
(Pictures soon to come…)
Hawaiian pulled pork: Pork shoulder, canned tomatoes, crushed pineapples, with sufficient liquid to cover pork. Slow cook for 8 hours at high, instant pot 90 mins at high or braise at oven 350F for 2.5-3 hours. Shred when done and season with salt.
Asian beef in crockpot: Onions, beef (chuck), soy sauce and topped with water. Slow cook for 4h on high.
Gordon Ramsey’s Broccoli soup: Broccoli, water, salt. Optional add-on: Cheese/tofu
Veggie soup: Saute onion with <butternut squash, carrots, cauliflower). Simmer with chicken broth until cooked and blend. Season with salt. Optional add-on: Potatoes, cheese, tofu
Banana “salad”: Sliced bananas, mayo to taste, topped with chopped nuts. Chill and serve. I know this sounds nuts, but it literally is the easiest recipe ever. Optional add-ons: crushed pineapple, raisins.
Caramelized fruit: (Banana/pear/persimmon/apples), butter and sugar. Bake at 425F for 15 mins.
Poached fruit: (Pear/persimmon/apples), butter, water. Poached in water on stove top.
Baked egg custards: Milk, eggs, sugar.
Nutella souffle: Eggs and nutella
Peanut butter fudge: Eggs, Peanut butter, m