Grilled lamb kebabs with haloumi and apricots

Grilled lamb kebabs with haloumi and apricots | Me & The Moose. Shake up your grill routine with chunks of fatty, savory lamb; melty, salty haloumi cheese; and tart, sweet apricots. #meandthemoose #grilling #lamb #kebabs #haloumi #dinnerrecipes #kebabrecipes #mediterraneandiet #pesto

Shake up your grilling routines with these savory, herby, sweet, and fatty lamb, haloumi, and apricot kebabs that hit all the right notes— fast.

Take me to the recipe!

Grilled lamb kebabs with haloumi and apricots | Me & The Moose. Shake up your grill routine with chunks of fatty, savory lamb; melty, salty haloumi cheese; and tart, sweet apricots. #meandthemoose #grilling #lamb #kebabs #haloumi #dinnerrecipes #kebabrecipes #mediterraneandiet #pesto
Grilled lamb kebabs with haloumi and apricots | Me & The Moose. Shake up your grill routine with chunks of fatty, savory lamb; melty, salty haloumi cheese; and tart, sweet apricots. #meandthemoose #grilling #lamb #kebabs #haloumi #dinnerrecipes #kebabrecipes #mediterraneandiet #pesto


What is a kebab? Sometimes it’s cubes of meat and/or vegetables on a stick (think shish kebab). Other times, a kebab is a mountain of meat cooked on a rotating stick and then shaved off and served (think doner kebab, shawarma, or al pastor). And, confusingly, sometimes what is considered “kebab” is meat cooked and served nowhere near a stick.

For our purposes, we’re sticking close to a shish kebab.

But here’s what I don’t like about this method: Not all ingredients cook at the same rate. Why should I have to choose between undercooked meat/crispy vegetables and cooked meat/disintegrating vegetables? I say, we don’t have to.

My solution is to cook the meat on a skewer, cook the cheese and apricots directly on the grill, and then skewer them all for serving. Good, right? RIGHT! I mean, it’s not perfect. Some of the meat cooks faster because the cubes aren’t exactly the same size. And it’s important to leave a little bit of space between the cubes so that the heat gets all around. But you control the doneness far more when the kebab elements are cooked individually.

A note about haloumi: If you’ve never had this squeeky, salty cheese, please rectify this immediately. This cheese adds so much flavor and seasoning to any dish. But when it’s cold, it makes a squeeking noise when it’s chewed, which can throw off anyone with any sort of sensory issues around food. Eating it hot off of the grill or pan makes it more gooey than squeeky, which is why the cheese cooks longer than the meat in this dish.

A note on the kid-appeal of these kebabs: It’s fun to eat things off of a skewer! This dish also has plenty of salty and sweet elements with the grilled cheese and fruit, which is also appealing to kids. But for some reason, mine wouldn’t touch this. I found it too delicious not to post, so this may be one of the grownups and not the kids. But who knows? Next month, M might gobble these up. Who can say?

Grilled lamb kebabs with haloumi and apricots | Me & The Moose. Shake up your grill routine with chunks of fatty, savory lamb; melty, salty haloumi cheese; and tart, sweet apricots. #meandthemoose #grilling #lamb #kebabs #haloumi #dinnerrecipes #kebabrecipes #mediterraneandiet #pesto
Grilled lamb kebabs with haloumi and apricots | Me & The Moose. Shake up your grill routine with chunks of fatty, savory lamb; melty, salty haloumi cheese; and tart, sweet apricots. #meandthemoose #grilling #lamb #kebabs #haloumi #dinnerrecipes #kebabrecipes #mediterraneandiet #pesto

Grilled lamb, haloumi, and apricot skewers

Total time ime: 30 minutes (all active- 15 minutes of prep and 15 of cooking)
Yield: 4-5 skewers

1 lb lamb stew meat cubes
1 Tbsp olive oil
½ Tbsp red wine vinegar
½ tsp salt
¼ tsp pepper
2 large garlic cloves, minced
4-5 medium apricots, ripe, but not falling apart, quartered
8 oz haloumi cheese, cut into 1/4-inch thick slices

Heat your grill to low.

Place the lamb cubes in a large bowl. Top with the olive oil, red wine vinegar, salt, pepper, and garlic and mix up. Let sit while you prepare the rest of the ingredients.

Cut the haloumi into 6-8, 1/4-inch slices. Halve the apricots.

Make the sauce. (See directions below.)

Skewer 5-6 lamb cubes onto sticks. Try to keep like-sized pieces together.

Bring all of your ingredients out to the grill and cook with the following timing:

  • Cook the haloumi for 2 minutes.

  • Add the lamb skewers and cook everything for 3-4 minutes.

  • Flip both the haloumi and the lamb.

  • Add the apricots, cut side down and cook everything (fruit, cheese, and meat) for 3-4 minutes.

  • Check the lamb. If it has reached an internal temperature of 145 and you don’t see any obvious rare spots, take the skewers off. If they need more time, keep them on the grill while you continue cooking the fruit and cheese.

  • Flip the apricots. Continue cooking the fruit and cheese for 2-3 more minutes.

Your aim is for medium rare meat, cheese with dark brown grill marks and that is a little gooey all over, but staying together in one piece, and apricots that are deep orange and softer, but not falling apart. If any of the elements seem to be cooking too fast, take them off!

Serve immediately.

Herby sauce
1/4 cup toasted cashews/walnuts/pistachios
1 cup loosely packed fresh basil 
10 fresh mint leaves (fairly large) 
2-3 Tbsp fresh oregano leaves 
5 Tbsp oil 
1 Tbsp lemon juice 
1/2 tsp salt 

Toast the cashews in a large skillet over a medium flame, OR in a 350 degree oven, for about 5 minutes until the nuts are lightly brown and smell aromatic.

Add the nuts and the rest of the ingredients to a food processor or blender and blend until well mixed.

Taste for seasoning and add more salt if needed.

Baked gigante beans with feta and tomatoes

Baked gigante beans with feta and tomatoes | Me & The Moose. This vegetarian dinner, lunch, appetizer, or side is full of fiber, protein, good fats, and sweet syrupy roasted tomatoes. #meandthemoose #dinner #meatlessmonday #vegetarian #bakedfeta #cheese #roastedtomatoes #tomatoseason #sheetpandinner

Anyone out there who might think that a “meatless” meal wouldn’t satisfy them, hasn’t had giant white beans for dinner. This meal is full of fiber, protein, and delicious sweetness from the roasted tomatoes.

Straight to the recipe, please!

Baked gigante beans with feta and tomatoes | Me & The Moose. This vegetarian dinner, lunch, appetizer, or side is full of fiber, protein, good fats, and sweet syrupy roasted tomatoes. #meandthemoose #dinner #meatlessmonday #vegetarian #bakedfeta #cheese #roastedtomatoes #tomatoseason #sheetpandinner

Gigante beans, lima beans, large white beans, whatever you want to call them, these beans make a meal in a way that other legumes don’t always cut it for me.

I’ve only ever seen these beans in dry form, so while I’m averse to most extra work in the kitchen, I don’t see a way around cooking them yourself if you want to use these big guys.

Which leads us to the age old question: Do you really need to soak dried beans? Some will insist that you do. I say, LAZY COOKS UNITE! I have a preschooler and don’t always have that much foresight.

But here’s one caveat: Sans soaking, the simmering times vary WILDLY for these beans. One batch I made from Brand A were ready after about 90 minutes.. Brand B took almost twice as long. And while everyone advises “look for fresh beans,” if you could seriously show me a bag of beans with an expiration date on it, I would give you a million dollars.

Baked gigante beans with feta and tomatoes | Me & The Moose. This vegetarian dinner, lunch, appetizer, or side is full of fiber, protein, good fats, and sweet syrupy roasted tomatoes. #meandthemoose #dinner #meatlessmonday #vegetarian #bakedfeta #cheese #roastedtomatoes #tomatoseason #sheetpandinner

So, here are some handy tutorials that you can peruse and decide if you’re team soak or team no soak:

If I was the meal prepping type I’d suggest making a whole bag of these beans one weekend and freezing them for easy weeknight meals. Because once you cook the beans, this meal could not be easier or faster.

Roasting makes the tomatoes syrupy sweet, the cheese just a little soft and gooey, and the bean skins crispy in a way that is completely satisfying.

Baked gigante beans with feta and tomatoes | Me & The Moose. This vegetarian dinner, lunch, appetizer, or side is full of fiber, protein, good fats, and sweet syrupy roasted tomatoes. #meandthemoose #dinner #meatlessmonday #vegetarian #bakedfeta #cheese #roastedtomatoes #tomatoseason #sheetpandinner

A few notes:

  • I salt the bean cooking water and then don’t add any more salt until serving the beans. They soak up the sodium during cooking, so it’s very easy to over salt this dish. Also, feta is a salt bomb, so we’ve found that the end product needs no extra seasoning.

  • I’ve billed this as a meatless meal, but it could also serve as a side or appetizer just as easily.

  • Do NOT skip the lemon zest in the end. The citrus brightens up the beans and adds a layer of flavor without which, the beans could taste a bit flat.

  • I prefer to use a combo of both dried and fresh oregano, but use what you have on hand.

Baked gigante beans with feta and tomatoes | Me & The Moose. This vegetarian dinner, lunch, appetizer, or side is full of fiber, protein, good fats, and sweet syrupy roasted tomatoes. #meandthemoose #dinner #meatlessmonday #vegetarian #bakedfeta #cheese #roastedtomatoes #tomatoseason #sheetpandinner

Baked feta with gigante beans and tomatoes


Active time: about 20 minutes, on and off
Total time: 90-150 for the beans, 25-30 for the main dish
Yield: 4 dinner servings,

For the beans:
1½ cups dried giant white beans, rinsed
4 cups vegetable stock
1-2 cups water (as needed)
½ tsp sea salt
1-2 bay leaves
4 medium cloves garlic, peeled, but left whole

Yield: 3 heaping cups of cooked beans

Combine the beans, stock, salt, bay leaf, and garlic cloves in a large pot. Bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce flame to low and simmer, covered, for anywhere from 1 1/2 hours to 2 1/2 hours (90-150 minutes), stirring occasionally, until the beans are creamy and soft, but not falling apart and most of the liquid has been absorbed.

Check the beans after 60 minutes and then every 15-30 minutes after that (depending on how your beans are progressing) until the beans are tender throughout. Add more liquid if the water boils off before the beans are fully cooked.

 Drain any remaining liquid from the beans and remove the bay leaves.

For the main dish:
1/2 cup olive oil, divided  
½ tsp Aleppo pepper (optional)
1 tsp dried oregano or 1 Tbsp fresh oregano (or a combination of both dried for cooking and fresh for topping)
½ tsp smoked paprika
2-3 cups cherry tomatoes, whole (about 8-12 oz)
Small block Feta cheese (8 oz)
½ tsp lemon zest (zest of one small lemon)

Preheat oven to 400.

In a bowl or the pot you used to simmer the beans, add 1/4 cup of olive oil, Aleppo pepper, oregano, paprika, and tomatoes to the beans and mix well.

In a 9x13 baking pan (or whatever size you have), spread out the bean and tomato mixture. Clear a hole in the middle and add the feta.

Cook for 20-23 minutes, until the feta is soft and the tomatoes have released their juices AND those juices have become a little syrupy.  

Remove from the heat and top with the remaining 1/4 cup of olive oil, lemon zest, fresh oregano (if using), and sprinkling of flaky sea salt (if needed).

Roasted strawberry and rhubarb butter

Roasted strawberry and rhubarb butter | Me & The Moose. This thick, spreadable butter uses minimal effort for maximum flavor and is an easy way to use this seasonal vegetable. #meandthemoose #rhubarb #rhubarbrecipes #rhubarbbutter #strawberryrhubarb #vegan #vegetarian

Rhubarb season is here! Turn this tart veg into a thick, spreadable butter to use all day, every day.

Take me to the recipe!

If you’ve searched Instagram recently, it’ll come as no surprise that rhubarb is a very photogenic vegetable. The variations in color lend themselves to ombre-ing and chevron-ing to your hipster heart’s content. But today, we’re keeping it simple by doing neither of those things.

Instead, we’re turning frozen strawberries and those giant rhubarb stalks you find in the grocery store (or your garden if you’re lucky enough to grow your own) into a butter in the style of apple or pumpkin. Because why should our fall fruits and vegetables have all the fun?

I used frozen berries in this recipe because it annoys me that strawberry and rhubarb are a perfect combination, but their growing seasons only overlap for a hot minute. Here in New England, rhubarb starts popping up in stores and markets around mid April, but strawberries aren’t ready until June.

Anyhoo, if you do use fresh berries, I’m guessing there will be slightly more juice, but they may cook a little faster. Keep an eye on the berries after about 20 minutes instead of waiting until 30 have passed.

Let the berries and rhubarb cook until the juices start to get a little syrupy. You can test this by sticking a spoon into the hot liquid (DON’T USE YOUR FINGER!!!). If the strawberry juice coats the back of the spoon and doesn’t drip off entirely, you’re about done. Make sure that your berries don’t burn because they can taste bitter.

Stay tuned on Insta for a few ways to use this butter in both sweet and savory ways!

Roasted strawberry and rhubarb butter | Me & The Moose. This thick, spreadable butter uses minimal effort for maximum flavor and is an easy way to use this seasonal vegetable. #meandthemoose #rhubarb #rhubarbrecipes #rhubarbbutter #strawberryrhubarb #vegan #vegetarian

Roasted strawberry and rhubarb butter | Me & The Moose. This thick, spreadable butter uses minimal effort for maximum flavor and is an easy way to use this seasonal vegetable. #meandthemoose #rhubarb #rhubarbrecipes #rhubarbbutter #strawberryrhubarb #vegan #vegetarian

Roasted strawberry rhubarb butter

Active time: 5 minutes
Total time: About 1 hour, 45 minutes
Yield: 12 oz (1½ cups)

 
3 heaping cups frozen strawberries
2 heaping cups chopped fresh rhubarb (about 3 extra-large stalks chopped into 1-inch chunks)


Preheat the oven to 350.

Wash and chop the rhubarb. Combine with the frozen strawberries on a parchment-lined, rimmed baking tray.

Cook for 35-40 minutes, until the fruit is soft, the strawberries have released their juices, and the juice has started to become syrupy. Watch the berries closely after about 30 minutes to ensure that they don’t burn.

Let the fruit cool completely, about 1 hour.

Scoop the fruit into your blender. Whatever juice gets onto the spoon is fine, but do NOT add any remaining syrup.

Blend until smooth.

Store in the fridge for up to 7 days.

Roasted strawberry and rhubarb butter | Me & The Moose. This thick, spreadable butter uses minimal effort for maximum flavor and is an easy way to use this seasonal vegetable. #meandthemoose #rhubarb #rhubarbrecipes #rhubarbbutter #strawberryrhubarb #vegan #vegetarian

Sheet pan dinner: White fish with potatoes and fennel

Sheet pan dinner: White Fish with Potatoes and Fennel | Me & The Moose. This one pan wonder dinner is ready in 40 minutes and features fish and veggies dressed up with all the sweet, salty, creamy, briny, and crunchy toppings you could want. #meandthemoose #sheetpandinner #onepandinner #dinnerrecipes #Mediterraneandiet #fishrecipes #pescatarianrecipes #glutenfreerecipes #dairyfreerecipes

This sheet pan dinner is ready in about 40 minutes (start to finish) and combines mild base flavors with all kinds of dynamic toppings so you can please even the pickiest palate.

Jump to the recipe!

Sheet pan dinner: White Fish with Potatoes and Fennel | Me & The Moose. This one pan wonder dinner is ready in 40 minutes and features fish and veggies dressed up with all the sweet, salty, creamy, briny, and crunchy toppings you could want. #meandthemoose #sheetpandinner #onepandinner #dinnerrecipes #Mediterraneandiet #fishrecipes #pescatarianrecipes #glutenfreerecipes #dairyfreerecipes

Well hello anxiety, my old friend!

Question for the caregivers out there: Are you able to separate your own happiness from that of your kids? It’s a tough question because if your child is having a hard time in any area of his/her/their life, it can feel weird to say that you’re happy anyway. It’s also hard to actually be happy anyway. But at the same time, it’s a lot of pressure for a kid to have that much impact on their caregiver’s well-being.

We’ve had a couple of good weeks recently. You know the ones: You suddenly realize that the littles are more agreeable, they actually eat the food that you cook, and they can entertain themselves with toys that they already own!

We were on one of those streaks when M suddenly had a really tough week last week. I felt myself getting more and more anxious about it. Then I tried talking to him about a specific situation at school and he wouldn’t tell me because, he said, “I don’t want to make you mad and sad.” CRY FACE EMOJI.

I realized that my sensitive butterfly could tell that I was getting upset about his tough times and that it was stressing him out.

On the one hand, it’s good for kids, especially in these self-centered toddler and preschool years, to know that their actions and words impact others. I mean, it’s our job to teach them about consequences. But it’s also not a kid’s job to make sure that their parents are happy. So how do you balance your kids’ stuff with your own? Do you feel happy even when your kids are having a rough time?

I have no answers. Just putting this out into the universe in the hopes that someone smarter than me has some guidance.

Sheet pan dinner: White Fish with Potatoes and Fennel | Me & The Moose. This one pan wonder dinner is ready in 40 minutes and features fish and veggies dressed up with all the sweet, salty, creamy, briny, and crunchy toppings you could want. #meandthemoose #sheetpandinner #onepandinner #dinnerrecipes #Mediterraneandiet #fishrecipes #pescatarianrecipes #glutenfreerecipes #dairyfreerecipes

When I feel anxious, as I have this week, I gravitate towards unhealthy food, which always makes me feel worse. So instead, I made this sheet pan dinner and it has done the trick! Every flavor is represented here: Creamy, tangy feta; briny, salty olives; sweet, piquant roasted red peppers; and crunchy, sour pickled onions. Throw on some aromatic fresh oregano and garlic butter and this simple fish, potatoes and fennel dinner is all dressed up in a more interesting package.

The various components cook at different rates, which is the only slightly tricky part of this meal. But good news: You can prep the next step while the earlier one is cooking.

Sheet pan dinner: White Fish with Potatoes and Fennel | Me & The Moose. This one pan wonder dinner is ready in 40 minutes and features fish and veggies dressed up with all the sweet, salty, creamy, briny, and crunchy toppings you could want. #meandthemoose #sheetpandinner #onepandinner #dinnerrecipes #Mediterraneandiet #fishrecipes #pescatarianrecipes #glutenfreerecipes #dairyfreerecipes

Sheet pan dinner: White fish with potatoes and fennel

½ lb small potatoes, halved or quartered
2 large bulbs of fennel, white part only, trimmed and thinly sliced
2 Tbsp olive oil
½-1 tsp salt, divided  
Black pepper, to taste
4 white fish fillets, about 6 oz each, fresh or frozen
2 Tbsp butter
2 cloves garlic, minced  

Toppings (all are optional!):
½ cup green or black olives, pitted and chopped
2-3 oz feta, crumbled
Fresh oregano
Quick pickled red onions (See recipe below)
Roasted red peppers, sliced
Lemon wedges
Flatbreads, Naan, or Pita

  1. Preheat the oven to 425.

  2. Prep the potatoes and place on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Toss with 1 Tbsp of olive oil and sprinkle with salt. Bake for 5 minutes.

  3. While the potatoes roast, slice the fennel into 1/8th inch slices. Add the fennel to the roasting pan and toss with the other 1 Tbsp of oil and another large pinch of salt. Bake for 12-15 minutes or until the fennel starts to brown and the potatoes are fork tender.

  4. While the fennel roasts, wrap your fish in parchment packets. Cut a piece of parchment 2-3x as large as your fish filet. Place the filet in the middle and bring the two longer ends together and fold down. Fold up the remaining sides.

  5. Add the fish on top of the veggies and cook until it flakes easily. This will take slightly longer if you’re cooking the fish from frozen. (I check the fish after 10 minutes if thawed, or after 15-18 minutes if frozen. Open up one parchment packet and try to flake the fish with a fork. If it comes apart easily, it’s done.)

  6. While the veggies and fish are roasting, prep your toppings. Set aside.

  7. Mince the garlic. Combine with 2 Tbsp of butter and heat in the microwave for 30 seconds to a minute until the butter is liquid. Add a pinch of salt and stir. Set aside.

  8. Remove the sheet pan from the oven and carefully open the parchment packets. Discard the paper and the water that’s collected in the packets while the fish cooked.

  9. Top the fish fillets with the garlic butter.

  10. Top the sheet pan with any of the toppings you choose.

Yield: 4 servings

Quick pickled red onions
1 large red onion, sliced into 1/8 inch slices
1/2 cup white vinegar
1 Tbsp granulated sugar
1/2 tsp kosher salt

  1. Combine the onions with the pickling ingredients in a large container and shake a few times. Let sit in the refrigerator for at least an hour, or up to 1 week.

Sheet pan dinner: White Fish with Potatoes and Fennel | Me & The Moose. This one pan wonder dinner is ready in 40 minutes and features fish and veggies dressed up with all the sweet, salty, creamy, briny, and crunchy toppings you could want. #meandthemoose #sheetpandinner #onepandinner #dinnerrecipes #Mediterraneandiet #fishrecipes #pescatarianrecipes #glutenfreerecipes #dairyfreerecipes

Dumpling lettuce wraps

Dumpling lettuce wraps | Me & The Moose. This dish is so simple, is ready in under 30 minutes, and will make everyone at your table happy one way or another. #meandthemoose #dinner #thirtyminutemeals #easydinner #dinnerrecipes #dumplings #pork

This dish is a so simple and ready in less than 30 minutes, so basically the easiest route to a delicious dinner. AND it can be customized to suit different tastes, which usually makes for a less stressful dinner time in our house.

Take me to the recipe!

For example, we served the pork in lettuce wraps to lighten it up for the adults and used it to top brown rice for M who’s in a “rice bowl” phase. Don’t ask.

Dumpling lettuce wraps | Me & The Moose. This dish is so simple, is ready in under 30 minutes, and will make everyone at your table happy one way or another. #meandthemoose #dinner #thirtyminutemeals #easydinner #dinnerrecipes #dumplings #pork

M has been obsessed with dumplings since time immemorial, so, obviously, we made our own a few weeks ago for Lunar New Year. I, obviously, got lazy half way through the giant stack of dumpling wrappers and decided to saute the rest of the filling and call it a day.

Dumpling lettuce wraps | Me & The Moose. This dish is so simple, is ready in under 30 minutes, and will make everyone at your table happy one way or another. #meandthemoose #dinner #thirtyminutemeals #easydinner #dinnerrecipes #dumplings #pork
Dumpling lettuce wraps | Me & The Moose. This dish is so simple, is ready in under 30 minutes, and will make everyone at your table happy one way or another. #meandthemoose #dinner #thirtyminutemeals #easydinner #dinnerrecipes #dumplings #pork

The saltyness from the soy sauce as well as the garlic and scallions cut through the fatty pork. There’s also a lot of cabbage in there that M doesn’t even realize he’s eating. You could probably throw in a host of other veggies too if that’s your bag.

Dumpling lettuce wraps | Me & The Moose. This dish is so simple, is ready in under 30 minutes, and will make everyone at your table happy one way or another. #meandthemoose #dinner #thirtyminutemeals #easydinner #dinnerrecipes #dumplings #pork

One could also swap out half or all of the pork for a less fatty ground meat or shrimp to lighten this up a bit too.

Dumpling lettuce wraps | Me & The Moose. This dish is so simple, is ready in under 30 minutes, and will make everyone at your table happy one way or another. #meandthemoose #dinner #thirtyminutemeals #easydinner #dinnerrecipes #dumplings #pork

Seriously, there are a lot of dinners out there that claim to be ready in less than 30 minutes, but aren’t really done that fast. This is sincerely one of the quickest dinners in our repertoire.

Dumpling lettuce wraps

1 lb ground pork
3 cups green cabbage, finely chopped (about ½ of a small Napa cabbage)
6 scallions, minced
2 large cloves garlic, minced
½ bunch cilantro, minced (stems and all)
2 Tbsp soy sauce
1 Tbsp fish sauce
1 Tbsp sesame oil
1 egg, lightly beaten

For serving:
Thinly sliced radishes
Sliced cucumbers
Sriracha
Spicy mayo
Raw cabbage
Cilantro
Pickled onions
Kimchi

Chop the cabbage, scallions, garlic, cilantro, sauces, pork, and beaten egg to a large bowl and mix well tom combine.

Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium heat until hot. Turn the flame to medium low.

Add the meat mixture to the skillet and cook until no pink remains, about 10-12 minutes, adjusting the heat as necessary.

There may be a lot of liquid that comes out in the cooking. If so, turn up the heat to medium high and cook for 1-2 minutes, until the water has evaporated and the meat has browned underneath.

Serve in lettuce leaves, wraps, tortillas, or over rice, cauliflower rice, or anything else.

Yield: about 3.5 cups of filling, or about 3-4 servings with toppings.

Dumpling lettuce wraps | Me & The Moose. This dish is so simple, is ready in under 30 minutes, and will make everyone at your table happy one way or another. #meandthemoose #dinner #thirtyminutemeals #easydinner #dinnerrecipes #dumplings #pork