During my recent visit at Downtown Abbey, Mrs. Hughes proposed for dinner this recipe from Deb Perelman’s blog, “The Smitten Kitchen,” – it’s delicious! The complete recipe is here, but you could make a fine variation using Perelman’s ingredients list in the bowl below.
I followed Perelman’s suggestions for preparing the vegetables – first coating the baking tray with “a thin slick of olive oil” and roasting one-inch chunks of sweet potatoes for 20 minutes. Then I flipped the sweet potatoes and piled on the broccoli florets to cook.
The dressing makes this dish, and Mrs. Hughes whipped it together (while I played a “helicopter rescue and take patient to the hospital” game). She layered our bowls with a mix of wild and brown rice, lots of the vegetables, and topped with the sauce.
Something comforts about warm food in a bowl – each bite different. Maybe not so comforting as a helicopter airlift – but good!
Yum! I have copied this recipe and will try it tonight. Thanks for sharing.
Wonder if you made it – I did tonight also!
Sounds delicious Katy. Love the bowl too!
Thanks Michelle – seems like a recipe you would like.
A meal in a bowl always seems comforting to me, especially if it involves rice. And such a nice bowl you’ve painted.
I love sweet potatoes! Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Welcome Jana! xo
The dressing sounds the sort of thing I’m tempted to eat with a spoon . . . but that would be wrong.
My husband wouldn’t think so!
I’m going to try this one. I love dinner in a bowl! Thanks for sharing!