Who says waffles need to be sweet? Sonia Morin, of Altadena, Calif., experimented with her go-to waffle base to come up with these savory brunch favorites.
This salad is hearty enough for a meal on its own, but you could also fill it out with fresh corn kernels, chopped avocado, and roasted pumpkin seeds, or wrap it in a tortilla with other fillings for a burrito. For the quantity of chopped cilantro called for here, don’t bother separating the sprigs. Just hold the bunch by the stems and chop the leafy part.
This easy, one-skillet supper gets its Southwestern kick from prepared picante sauce and pickled jalapeños. Adjust the heat of the final dish by choosing a spicier or milder picante sauce and increasing or decreasing
the pickled jalapeños. Serve in large bowls with soup spoons, or use as a filling for warmed tortillas.
Baked beans were meant to be doctored up to suit a cook’s taste, so feel free to make these with more or less sugar, a spicier salsa or mustard, and add-ins such as soy sausage or soy hot dogs.