Morning buns are created from croissant dough which makes them different from cinnamon buns. They are also baked in jumbo muffin tins so that the bottom keeps the shape of muffins, and the top puffs out and remains in the signature pinwheel like cinnamon buns.
This year we had the idea to do a sort of “Nobu-at-home” night for Valentine’s Day and make our own versions of dishes served at a high-end sushi restaurant like Nobu to continue our tradition of cooking together at home on February 14th.
I still try to avoid fast food but every so often we make a late night Uber stop at the Taco Bell drive through near our house, get couple of crunch wrap supremes and eat them in bed. I wanted to write a recipe that gives the same effect with a lot less guilt.
Crispy, thinly sliced pieces of hearts of romaine lettuce are combined with sprouts, crispy chow mein noodles and green onions and tossed in a light and simple combination of sesame oil and rice vinegar.
One of my favorite sandwiches is the warm, sloppy, melty, meatball sub (sometimes called a hoagie). It’s Italian-American comfort food at it’s finest with beef meatballs slathered in sauce and broiled until the mozzarella cheese topping melts and oozes down the sides of the meatballs.