Golden orange if you use carrots. Ruby red if you choose beets. Parsnips are a third option, if you want beige… Another dish that’s hard to pin down to a single culinary tradition. Shades of India, Indonesia, Bulgaria… and 1960s health foods stores!
The addition of Masala Chai mix to the fruit adds a little something special to this otherwise pretty-darn-special cobbler. You can also sub in apricots or nectarines for the peaches. Just slice, mix, top, and bake.
Bi Bim Bap is the national dish of Korea. It looks like a lot of work, but it’s actually not complicated. Just a lot of different vegetables, arranged on top of rice, with eggs + special sauce. And DELICIOUS!