This past weekend was full of usual favorites that I've blogged about before... spinach burgers, berry pancakes, panini, turkey burger. I did; however, take a stab at making cannelloni a little different from the last batch I made. So I made a mini-batch with a little greek inspiration for my Monday work lunch.
Here's what I used (to make a serving for 1):
-3 large cannelloni pasta shells
-1/4 lb ground turkey breast
-1/4 yellow onion, diced
-1 clove garlic, minced
-1 tbsp fat-free feta
-2 tbsp artichoke tomato spread (from World Market), any tapenade you enjoy would work here!
-1/2 cup arugula
-1/4 cup hummus (if you want the kind I used, I have a recipe to homemade hummus at this link!)
-seasoning salt and pepper, to taste
I started by boiling the cannelloni for a couple minutes, then letting it simmer on low for about 10 minutes. This was the maiden voyage for the new All Clad pot I received at my bridal shower. So much better than my old pot. Love!
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