After Christmas we had an exorbitant amount of potatoes left. I think six pounds. What was I going to do with all those potatoes?!
Whether or not you are a football fan… you are most likely a fan of at least one aspect of “The Big Game”….
If you appreciate using ingredients you have on hand to make delicious food, you will like the history of Mozzarella in Corrozza. It was a sandwich that was made to use up day old bread along with ingredients that would be abundant on a typical Italian farm: cheese, eggs, milk, and olive oil.
Simply stated, it’s a battered, fried cheese sandwich.
It is Mozzarella in a Carriage (“in Corrozza”)… the bread being the “carriage” that holds the mozzarella!
If you’re in the mood for more Italian classics… check out my bruschetta recipe!
This being my first attempt at the sandwich I learned a lot and have some tips to pass on to you.
We could probably camp out here for the rest of the year and never struggle to find a recipe.
Picking only a few recipes proved to be a difficult task… How did I choose?
For the first Mozzarella recipe I decided to make something I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE to eat…
That’s right… J is for Jam.
While you might enjoy this on toast for breakfast, on a sandwich for lunch, or on a roll at dinner… these recipes will take you OUT of the typical “box” we put jam into.
What’s up first?
PB & J Crepes!
These are a fun new way to do the run-of-the-mill peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for your kiddos!
It could also be a more sophisticated take on the sandwich for an adult lunch or party. No adult can deny these taste delicious, even if they are a take on an old kid-favorite! 🙂