While looking for some recipes for quick and easy lunches I stumbled across a few recipes for impossible pies. Why is it called impossible pie I wondered.....because according to Google it is impossible to make a mistake. Sounds just like my kind of recipe. Well I am not so sure that it is not possible to make a mistake. What did I learn with my first effort .......do not mix all the ingredients together as the pasta that was near the top really dried out during the cooking process and was very rubbery to eat. Also do not put the pie dish onto a tray as directed as it did not set well.
Take number two was much better as it was decided to layer the pasta first, then top with the veggies and lastly pour over the wet ingredients and not place on a tray while baking. A much better attempt but it was still not what I call a pie consistency.
Last week's attempt - I was not going to be beaten by this recipe. I used all of my new found knowledge above and let it sit in the fridge for 24 hours before serving.
Third time lucky. This is a great way to use up all those extra veggies that we tend to cook and put in the freezer. The veggies in this one included sweet potato, broccoli, cauliflower and onion however it one of those recipes that anything goes and would still be good.
I did have plans to sew will chatting along on Zoom yesterday but for some reason I could not log on using my Ipad so it was over to my PC to join in. I was not able to stay for long but it is always a fun time. Most of the northern hemisphere girls had gone off to bed but there were a couple still up. As you can see everyone is being very industrious except me.
Over to the sewing table after logging off saw as many red scraps as possible sewn together into pieces big enough to subsequently cut up into bibs. This will be my OMG for January as well as making a set or two of placemats - in red of course - for my very depleted giftie box.
Happy sewing all