October 24, 2011

Bats and Cobwebs Halloween Dinner from Everyday Food

I love looking through some of my back issues of Everyday Food and while perusing the October 2006 issue, I came across a Halloween recipe called Bats and Cobwebs.

You have to use your imagination here but the bats are farfalle (bow tie) pasta and the cobwebs are mozzarella.

Here are the ingredients:
The recipe:The adjustments I made to the recipe are as follows:
* I doubled the recipe. Leftovers baby!
* I added some sliced onion to the recipe.
* I can never have enough garlic so I added a few more cloves.
* I added a pinch of red pepper flakes.
* Instead of chicken sausage, I used sweet Italian sausage.

This recipe was a fun, albeit far-fetched interpretation of bats and cobwebs.

It tasted okay. Not crazy good, just good.

In the future, I would not use whole tomatoes but crushed tomatoes. It was a bit watery and not as sauce-like as I like it.

Let me know what you think should you choose to make this for Halloween or any day.

"I would rather sit on a pumpkin
and have it all to myself
than be crowded on a velvet cushion."
- Henry David Thoreau

10 comments:

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Sounds good! I can't believe that magazine has been around for over 5 years already! Time flies:@)

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

It looks good in the skillet and baked! Now I'm really hungry.

Kris said...

It looks deLicious! I love melted cheese atop of a casserole. It makes it look soooo good. I think sweet Italian sausage sounds like a great substitute for the chicken sausage...For some reason that just doesn't sound that good...Healthy maybe but not as good as the sausage!

Kris

Lisalulu said...

wow really really nice looking (lunch that is, although I know you are too!!!) love the way it browned up. so making this on our 'carb day' Thanks for the recipe!

Tina @ MOMS CRAZY COOKING said...

So cool to turn food into FUN!

Thanks for linky to THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS! (next week's theme is National Men Make Dinner.... let's see if we can get lots of men in the kitchen cooking!)

Christina said...

Looks pretty delish!

Take care,
Christina
designingbynumbers.blogspot.com

Just Jaime said...

Yum! Looks amazing!

Marilyn said...

Now that I have drooled for a sec, I have to say, this looks amazingly YUM!!! Great recipe.. I have got to try it sometime.. I would LOVE for you to share this at my Pin'Inspirational Thursday linky party if you dont mind pweeease :))-- TY,, http://theartsygirlconnection.blogspot.com/2011/10/pininspirational-thursdays-linky-party_26.html

Amy said...

Thanks for linking up at A Little Nosh this week!

Jennifer said...

Sounds yummy although I like my sauce too! ;)
Thanks for sharing at Show & Share!

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