This recipe is creative and sounds quite wonderful. Thank you Julianne Victoria and On the Streets of San Francisco for sharing it.
Though nothing like my little farm I used to have that supplied me with veggies, fruits, herbs, and green eggs (yes, there are chickens that lay colorful eggs!), I do have a couple of small plots in two different back yards to grow some yummy fresh produce. My zucchini plants are doing very well, so I decided to do something I’ve often thought about: make stuffed squash blossoms.
I love baking and cooking, but rarely do I follow any recipes. I like to be creative often making things up as I go. So today I decided to make Squash Blossom Samosas! I cannot give measurements, but the ingredients I used (mostly organic) are: olive oil, garlic, ginger root, small yellow potatoes, sweet peas, curry powder, a little goat cheese, and squash blossoms fresh from the garden. Yum!