Hye Thyme Cafe
New Hartford, United States http://hyethymecafe.blogspot.com/
A little bit of everything food related, with a slant toward my Armenian heritage. If the kitchen is the heart of the home, and I march to the beat of my own drum, then our house has a funky...

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Sun Dried Tomato-Basil Hummus

OK, I think this might be my new favorite Hummus! Although I must admit that when I picked up the package of sun dried tomatoes, I had a pasta dish in mind, so you might prefer to work with the jarred option so you don't have to re-hydrate them. I purchased the dry because I knew I wouldn't be using them all right away. Totally up to you.The other thing to consider is the use of basil. My first thought was to make a sun dried tomato hummus. Then...

Posted on Hye Thyme Cafe on 2017-08-14 14:20:57
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Buffalo Chicken Burgers

I was recently having a craving for something Buffalo, so I decided to make burgers for a change. Don't be alarmed by how soft the mixture is, it's all good! A little mayo helps make sure the chicken doesn't dry out while grilling, and it works as a binder along with the fresh bread crumbs. When it comes to the crumbs, I always keep a stash in the freezer for just such an occasion. Whenever I have odds and ends of any type of bread, I pulse it...

Posted on Hye Thyme Cafe on 2017-07-27 22:51:07
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Peanut Butter Oatmeal Butterfinger Cookies

I recently encountered Butterfinger Baking Bits for the first time and couldn't resist the temptation, so I had to buy a bag. I decided to make a batch of cookies to bring to the office and was admonished by someone in HR because she has to pass through the kitchen to get to her office and said that every time she did, she ate another cookie. ?I decided to make them Peanut Butter Cookies, and because Butterfingers are already "peanut-buttery," I...

Posted on Hye Thyme Cafe on 2017-07-05 17:10:57
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Crustless Quiche

Aside from being tasty and perfect for any time of day, an egg dish, whether it's a quiche, omelette, frittata, scromelette, or crustless quiche, is a great way to clean out the fridge. If you haven't pre-planned your dish with specific add-ins, you can use up whatever veggie, meat, cheese, and/or herb scraps are lurking int the fridge. For a 9" quiche, I start with 5 or 6 eggs, 1/4 c of milk, and then start adding whatever happens to grab my...

Posted on Hye Thyme Cafe on 2017-06-24 17:01:10
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Pasta e Fagioli

Let me preface this post by saying that the only reason I made such a HUGE batch was that when my sister moved out of state, she passed along what was left in her kitchen, including a bag of Great Northern Beans and a bag of Black Beans that I decided it was time to put to use. I have never actually worked with dry beans before. You more typically find Pasta e Fagioli recipes using Cannellini and Kidney Beans, but I'm not fond of Kidney Beans,...

Posted on Hye Thyme Cafe on 2017-06-18 20:01:12
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Apricot-Almond Granola Sweetened with Apricot Preserves

Granola has been spoiled for me by the Golden Girl Granola Company. I was introduced to them a few years back and love their granola. Last year, I won second place in their annual recipe challenge and scored several bags, which I made the mistake of sharing with friends and family. I say it was a mistake because not long after that, I started eating homemade yogurt with fruit and a sprinkle of granola practically every morning for breakfast. I...

Posted on Hye Thyme Cafe on 2017-05-17 18:11:26
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Curried Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

This was so good, I made it, made it again, then made it yet again the other night for company, who gave it great reviews and asked for the recipe - that's always a good sign.I was going to pick up a bottle of chili oil to dot on the top for a bit of heat and colorful garnish, but I was surprised to see a little bottle of gochujang at my local market (which often lacks local products, never mind Korean "ketchup"), and since I keep hearing about...

Posted on Hye Thyme Cafe on 2017-05-03 16:21:12
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Imrig Paklava (Sweet Semolina Cake with Pecans)

I used to love Cream of Wheat (farina) for breakfast growing up, but of course, that included sprinkling lots of sugar over the top. Having outgrown the sugary breakfast phase, I tend not to reach for the farina unless I'm baking a tray of Spanakopita, since there is a little in the filling. That said, the rest usually sits in the pantry and ends up going to waste. I have made a few bread recipes with farina over the years, but I wanted to try...

Posted on Hye Thyme Cafe on 2017-04-19 16:41:14
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Rice Kufte (Meat-Filled Rice Balls)

These can be frustrating to get started. Because the rice is sticky, you need a little bowl of water to dip your fingers in. Too much water and the rice won't stick together - too little, and it won't let go of your hand. Don't give up! You'll get the hang of it after the first few. No wonder they use bamboo mats to roll sushi! ?INGREDIENTS :1/2 lb ground beef or lamb1 stick butter1 small onion, finely diced (or lg shallot)Salt & Pepper1 t...

Posted on Hye Thyme Cafe on 2017-04-13 14:21:07
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Lamb Meatballs with Yogurt Dipper

These meatballs are super tender, and although I could only find Australian ground lamb, the yogurt cut that typical gamey taste. Serve up a few with mini pita rounds or wedges and cucumber slices to get some extra mileage out of your yogurt dipper. Or serve with Pilaf and a salad.  INGREDIENTS : Plain yogurt (1c +)2 cloves garlic1 egg1/2 small onion1 handful parsley1 pkg mint leaves1/2 t each Salt & Pepper1/4 t crushed red...

Posted on Hye Thyme Cafe on 2017-04-11 14:51:19

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