Chef, writer and tv persona Christopher Kimball is stopping by the TODAY kitchen to share just a few of his go-to consolation meals recipes from his new Milk Street cookbook “Cook What You Have: Make a Meal Out of Almost Anything.” He exhibits us the best way to make tacky tomato soup with spinach, and pizza quesadillas (aka “pizzadillas” with olives utilizing humble substances all the time in your pantry.
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Bread and Tomato Soup with Spinach and Parmesan by Christopher Kimball
All cultures are, at their basis, frugal within the kitchen, and this recipe, bread and tomato soup, transforms a easy leftover right into a vivid, rustic dish. Throw an egg on prime and it is a satisfying meal.
Pizzadilla with Tomatoes and Olives by Christopher Kimball
Everybody loves pizza however not the effort and time. Right here, we take massive flour tortillas and, utilizing a skillet, produce wonderful pizzas with tomatoes, cheese and olives. From skillet to oven in minutes.
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