Greenfield Indiana Recipes
Being stuck at home can be a great time to indulge in activities that may not normally fit into your busy schedule, packed with commuting to work, performing services in the community, or driving the kids in various carpools all over Central Indiana. Maybe quarantine is your chance to get back into the kitchen to experiment with new recipes or feel the comfort of preparing old favorites. If you are looking to test your kitchen skills, here is a list of Greenfield Indiana recipes to try. Some are Indiana favorites, while others may give you something new to chew on!
- Yellow Squash and Zucchini Gratin from the Taste of Home Web site and submitted by Jonathan Lawler, one of our fellow Greenfield residents is a great recipe to try! This comforting casserole is a wonderful way to warm the belly when spring winds begin to blow.
- Mount Comfort RV’s Web site has a great list of easy campfire breakfasts to make while stuck at home. We can’t wait to try the breakfast burritos and breakfast pizza! Why not try cooking these up in your backyard for a bit of fun with the kids?
- This Slow Cooker Chicken Chili from the Hancock Wellness Center blog has our mouths watering. There is nothing better, we think, than taking the time in the morning to get ingredients into a crock pot so that dinner clean up can be kept to a minimum!
- If you are looking for something sweet to end any meal, try these delicious Fudgy Dark Chocolate Brownies! Kids will enjoy helping you bake these goodies, especially if it means getting to lick the batter bowl afterwards.
If you are looking for something more involved, try a live stream cooking segment. Many of these fun videos are beginning to pop up around the internet. One of our favorites is Great Depression Cooking with Grandma Clara. In this cooking “show”, 91-year-old great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression and invites viewers to cook and bake with her. Another that we have enjoyed is Cooking with Costas, featuring Costas of Costas Grill! You can find the replay from his live Facebook episode on You Tube as he instructs viewers in making his famous moussaka.
No matter how you choose to spend these next weeks of social isolation, we hope that you will enjoy getting back into the kitchen to taste these delicious local recipes!