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Friday, February 17, 2012

Cauliflower+Broccoli Stuffed Shells

A Jamie Oliver recipe, from Jamie at Home. Good, even though we really whacked back the cheese. Would be amazing with the right amount of cheese ;)

1 lb broccoli
1 lb cauliflower
7 cloves garlic
3 dried chilies
fresh thyme
1 tin anchovy fillets
3c milk, butter, flour
2c red sauce sauce
splash red wine vinegar
box of jumbo shells
2 cups fresh Parmesan - finely grated
8 oz provolone

Chop the broc/cauli florets and stems, put in boiling water for 6 min, drain, save water for cooking the shells
Boil shells for whatever it says on the box
Saute garlic, add chilies, anchovies w/ their oil, thyme.
Add drained broc/cauli, cook for 20min until really soft. Mash.
Make a bechamel sauce with the butter/flour/milk. I forget the proportions. It would be good to add some cheese to it.
Put red sauce and a little vinegar in a 13x9 pyrex
Stuff the shells with the mashed veggies, put on red sauce
Pour over bechamel and put on some provolone and parmesan (amounts in the recipe are what you are supposed to have used)
375, 30min uncovered




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