No-Bake Sweet Pea Enchiladas

No-Bake Sweet Pea Enchiladas from Modern Potluck

I know you love cookbooks as much as I do, so I’m excited to share this recipe from Kristen Donnely’s new book, Modern Potluck. I met Kristin about a year ago while she was an editor at Food & Wine Magazine. When she told me about the concept of her book, I knew I’d want to share it with you

I love this… In her intro, she talks about the perfect dinner parties (with perfect hosts) that they would featured in the magazine, and how she’d always felt embarrassed that she didn’t grow up knowing how to throw a “proper” dinner party. Until one day she realized that these magazine features were always parties of 8 to 12 people, and that, growing up her mom could host 50 to 100 without panic because her secret was the pot luck.

But even pot lucks have changed over the years, which is why she was inspired to write this book. These days there are things like dietary restrictions and “Instagram worthiness” to consider. Also, people have become more food savvy and there’s always pressure to bring a standout dish. She wrote Modern Potluck to give people updated, foolproof, crowd-pleasing recipes that will hold up on the buffet table… and to bring people together around food in a way that’s as easy and fun as possible.

No-Bake Sweet Pea Enchiladas from Modern Potluck

I made these no-bake enchiladas that I think are pretty darn Instagram worthy, don’t you? :). The recipe starts with a delicious carrot-cumin sofrito that I could not stop eating by the spoonful as it was cooking on my stove. The enchiladas are filled with a cheese, cilantro and pea filling, while the sofrito, avocado, and seeds get piled on top.


We really enjoyed this fresh take on enchiladas – especially since it’s a little too hot to turn the oven on!

No-Bake Sweet Pea Enchiladas from Modern Potluck

I was also eyeing this gorgeous Many Bean Salad:

Modern Potluck by Kristin Donnely

And these Samosa-Filling Stuffed Poblanos (yum!):

Modern Potluck by Kristin Donnely

One of my favorite parts of the book is that every recipe has a “Potluck Prep” tip that tells you how to prepare the recpie in advance, how long the recipe will sit out for, etc, etc.

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No-Bake Sweet Pea Enchiladas
Recipe from Modern Potluck by Kristin Donnely. Reprinted with permission.
Serves: 12 enchiladas
for the sofrito
  • 1 pound carrots, coarsely chopped
  • 1 small yellow onion, chopped
  • 5 garlic cloves
  • ½ pound ripe tomatoes, chopped
  • ½ cup extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon cumin seeds
  • kosher salt
  • 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice
for the filling
  • 9 ounces cotija cheese
  • 1½ cups frozen peas, thawed
  • 1½ cups fresh cilantro, roughly chopped
  • ¼ cup finely chopped white onion
for serving
  • grapeseed oil, or other neutral oil, for frying
  • 16 (6-7 inch) corn tortillas
  • 2 tablespoons pepitas, lightly toasted
  • 2 tablespoons sunflower seeds, lighly toasted
  • 1 avocado, cut into small chunks and tossed with lime juice
  • ½ cup tomatillo salsa, optional
  1. Make the Sofrito: In a food processor, pulse the carrots, onion and garlic until very finely chopped. Scrape the mixture into a medium bowl. Add the tomatoes to the food processor and pulse until nearly smooth.
  2. In a deep, medium skillet, heat 2 tablespoons of the olive oil over medium heat until shimmering. Add the cumin seeds and toast until they pop, 1 to 2 minutes. Add the carrot mixture and a generous pinch of salt and cook, stirring every once in a while, until softened slightly and nearly dry, about 5 minutes. Add the tomato puree and cook, stirring occasionally, until most of the liquid has evaporated, 5 minutes.
  3. Stir in the remaining 6 tablespoon olive oil, reduce the heat to low, and cook, stirring occasionally, until the carrots are very soft, about 1 hour and 30 minutes. Stir in the lime juice and season with salt. (Jeanine's note: my carrots were pretty wet and soft at this point, so I only added 2 (of the 6) tablespoons olive oil, and I continued to cook it for about 30 minutes instead of 1½ hours).
  4. Make the filling: In a large bowl, toss the cheese with the peas, cilantro, and onion.
  5. Assemble the enchiladas: In a small skillet heat ¼ inch of the grapeseed oil. When the oil is warm, use tongs to cook the tortillas, one by one, until pliable, about 20 seconds for each. Transfer to a plate.
  6. When the tortillas are cool enough to handle, place a scant ¼ cup of the pea-cheese filling onto each tortilla and roll up. ARrange them on a platter or shallow baking dish. Spoon the sofrito on top, and sprinkle with the remaining filling, the pepitas and sunflower seeds, and the avocado, if using. Serve with salsa, if desired
Potluck prep: the carrot sofrito, without the lime juice, can be refrigerated for up to 1 week, stir in the lime juice before using. The assembled enchiladas can stand at room temperature for about 2 hours.


If you make this, let us see! Tag your photo with #loveandlemons on Instagram.


  1. Bianca T from on said:

    looks so delicious!! i’m very intrigued by this cook book!

  2. Ayelet on said:

    delicious and healthy!

  3. Chelsea on said:

    Love the look of this recipe and the others too!

  4. alex kacha from on said:

    I love your blog so much, it means a lot to me, I make everything you have ever posted. Going to try the enchiladas tonight!

  5. Julie on said:

    Looks so delicious, as usual!

  6. What a cool concept for a book! I love elegant, but unfussy recipes like this for dinner parties. How can you not have a good time when enchiladas are involved? Winner!

  7. Annie on said:

    We’re in the process of replacing all our old, crusty tupperware so I’d love some Snapware! 🙂

  8. Jill Gilmore on said:

    Looks delicious! And I love that it’s a “no bake” – I’m avoiding turning my oven on during the hot summer months 🙂

  9. Meghan on said:

    Mmm. Can’t wait to try!

  10. Josie from on said:

    I’m going to try it this week!

  11. Erin Dominy on said:

    Gorgeous food and book concept! Love!

  12. Jessi on said:

    These look so light and refreshing! Love the cookbook concept. It looks as inspiring as the Love and Lemoms cookbook (which is also potluck friendly!)

  13. Nathalie Hrizi on said:

    This looks so delicious! Thanks for the tip about keeping the sofrito in the fridge. I need to do a ton of meal prep each week because I’m working, in school and a parent. So tips like these help out soo much.

  14. Amy (Wooden Spoon Baking) on said:

    Oh, awesome! Enchiladas are some of my favorite things to bring to a gathering.

  15. Kim on said:

    I just discovered your blog via One Part Podcast and am so happy! Have already spent hours looking at past posts and making notes for recipes I want to make!

  16. Donna Diamond on said:

    The carrot cumin sofrito looks great. I will be trying that recipe.

  17. krystal on said:

    Having moved to a state where a/c isn’t a thing, I’m all about trying new twists on favorite dishes so I don’t have to use the oven!

  18. Jyll on said:

    I love the notion of bringing back the pot luck with a modern twist! This recipe is a keeper! Thanks for the generous giveaway-

  19. Pam on said:

    Beautiful colors, made with personal favorites, what’s not to like with this recipe?
    And easy to adapt to my diet restrictions and still be nummy and healthy.
    Thanks for sharing!

  20. Amy on said:

    I’ve been obsessed with your blog yesterday as I am navigating going vegetarian/vegan as much as possible!

  21. Sarah on said:

    Looks great and no oven necessary 🙂

  22. Diana on said:

    Just got your cookbook recently (which I love) – and this looks like it would be a great complement to it! Love having veggie recipes so yummy the meat-eaters don’t even realize they are going without!

  23. Chelsea on said:

    Everything about this post is a win-win! Super excited to try out this recipe, and we could use new Snapware! Our container lids are falling apart and looking old and sad.

  24. Sarah from on said:

    What a gorgeous looking cookbook! I could use some help in the party- throwing dept. They give me anxiety! 😂

  25. Lauren Wyler on said:

    Yum! How beautiful!!

  26. Pehalvi on said:

    The book looks so yummy! I’m moving to my first apartment and want to start learning how to cook starting with this recipe.

    Btw, love your Instagram page Jeanine!

  27. Serena on said:

    This book looks absolutely fantastic, perfect for the modern woman who doesn’t have time to cook for hours while juggling a million different things. Looking forward to reading it!

  28. Roberta from on said:

    Yummy refioe and awesooome giveaway 🙌🏻❤️

  29. Jenn on said:

    How cute! Can’t wait to check her book out!

    With love,

  30. Katie Skinner on said:

    Love the idea of the cookbook and your blog has radically changed my dinners in the best possible way! Endless thank you’s 🙂

  31. Corissa on said:

    So exciting! Love that it can be vegan pretty easily too!

  32. Kelly on said:


  33. Ellie on said:

    That carrot sofrito is like WOW.

  34. Christy campbell on said:

    These look amazing! And I would absolutely love to win a copy if Modern Potluck!

  35. Carole Whitaker on said:

    This beautiful book is bringing ‘share the love’ potluck the attention it so deserves! Brava!

  36. Freya on said:

    Love this idea and can’t wait to try the recipe!

  37. Emily Vigen on said:

    I would love a copy of this book! I am always cooking for hordes of people or bringing dishes to potlucks and would love some tips/ideas! I love the healthy looking beautiful pics as well–my cousin does healthy meal prep and catering and I know that she would love some of these recipes!

  38. Audrey on said:

    I love the idea of the carrot sofrito, I’ll have to give these a try! Thanks for the giveaway!

  39. Loren on said:

    The samosa filled poblanos sound really good. I’ve only had samosa filling in actual samosas and a naan sandwich, so it’s good to know that the delicious filling is versatile. The enchiladas look really good too, plus not having to bake them is really nice.

  40. Donna Fox from on said:

    I thoroughly enjoy your cookbook. I saw it recently (on display) at the Getty Villa (Malibu, CA) gift store. I was there with my son and his friend, and I remarked about what a great cookbook it is. Kristen Donnely’s “Modern Potluck,” too, looks like something I would very much enjoy. I love to cook, period.

    I have a little site that I began a few years ago just to share my own newfound and (mostly) original vegan recipes, but I’ve been a cook of healthy food my entire life. Now I am happy that my three adult children are all beginning to follow suit, and to see the importance of eating and preparing healthy, sustainable, and delicious food!

  41. Laur on said:

    This looks amazing. I can’t wait to make it!

  42. Carla on said:

    Can’t wait to make this recipe! Definitely too hot for the oven these days!

  43. Ursula on said:

    The cookbook and recipe look delicious. Can’t wait to try and perfect for a quick nights dinner!!

  44. Elise on said:

    Gosh, this cookbook looks beautiful and those enchiladas look so yummy!!

  45. Nicki on said:

    Looks so yummy! I saw your post on Instagram and its the perfect solution to dinner in when it’s 90 degrees outside!:)

  46. margaret on said:

    looks amazing…that sofrito! fingers crossed 🙂

  47. Kate on said:

    Just moved into my new apartment for grad school, am I ever itching to get cooking again!!! This cookbook looks like just the place to start 😋🍴

  48. Rebekah Kimsey on said:

    Love, love, love your book ‘The Love & Lemons’. Great idea for a pot luck!

  49. Sandy O on said:

    I love the creative mix of flavors in this veggie rich recipe! Can’t wait to try more of these when hosting friends

  50. Emily on said:

    This will be the perfect dish for a birthday picnic on Sunday. Although my take-way serving containers won’t look as pretty as that Snapware.

  51. Danielle M. on said:

    Potlucks are one of my very favorite things!! I never would’ve thought to put peas in an enchilada but it sounds tasty!

  52. Zoe on said:

    Wow, the presentation is beautiful on those enchiladas! Recently became a vegetarian so your blog has been instrumental in altering my normal cooking and meals at home. Checking out the Modern Potluck book now, would be thrilled to win the tupperware and book!!!

  53. Logan on said:

    This looks so good! I’m always looking for different, fresher, healthier dishes to bring to potlucks or just family dinners to balance out the many mac & cheeses, casseroles, etc (and to break my mold of the dessert-bringer!). I’d love to get a look at everything else in the book!

  54. Mackenzie on said:

    Looks delicious! Going to try making this tonight, it’s the perfect solution to this heat wave. Can’t wait to pick up a copy of Modern Potluck!

  55. Neith on said:

    That looks delicious, and perfect for this hot weather. I’ll definitely add this recipe to my “to try” list, and Modern Potluck to my “to read” list.

  56. Steph on said:

    I’m obsessed with avocados!

  57. Tara on said:

    I’m intrigued.

  58. Michele on said:

    The recipe looks delicious! Would love to have a copy of that cookbook.

  59. Emilye on said:

    I am very curious about the cookbook.would be great to get a copy,

  60. Margaret on said:

    Beautiful presentation of delicious and healthy recipes! I would love to know your favorite brand of corn tortillas too.

  61. LV on said:

    Love the fresh, no bake option for a summer dish. I have this booked saved right now as I love the idea of more communal meals!

  62. Megan on said:

    Definitely making this for my next group gathering- The large number of vegetarians will be thrilled!

  63. Rivja on said:

    The food looks amazing! And that cookbook is genius!

  64. Olivia on said:

    This recipe looks delicious! Can’t wait to try it, you always share the best ideas!

  65. Jordan on said:

    These look so delicious! Definitely going on the menu for next week!

  66. Kristen on said:

    These looks so delicious! And perfect for hot summer days when you don’t want to turn on the oven.

  67. Latifa Lipton on said:

    This looks amazing as well as that cook book! I go to quite a few potlucks so it would be perfect! And that Snapware….

    Love your blog and all the recipes you share 😀

  68. Jen on said:

    Looks delicious!!

  69. Ashley on said:

    These like really yummy & different. I’ve had this cookbook on my amazon wishlist for a while now. I can’t wait to try these👍🏽

  70. Erika Mendioroz on said:

    Looks like a great book! I don’t like typical enchilada sauce so I’m excited to try this carrot one

  71. Elizabeth O'Connor on said:

    I just love beautiful cookbooks and this one looks intriguing! I’m a vegetarian with a meat-eating family and lots of vegan pals. Fingers crossed! (The Snapware is gorgeous too!)

  72. Olivia Ortiz on said:

    love getting your recipes in my inbox 😀

  73. Roberta on said:

    Looks refreshing and delicious. I haven’t made it yet. I wonder is there a way I can soften the tortillas without heating them in oil? Im judiciously using oil in my diet. Would it work to heat each one over a gas flame and quickly fill and roll it?

    By the way since I cook for two of us, I’m using the toaster oven for almost all baking of savory food. Much faster and cooler.

    • Hi Roberta, they just won’t be as soft and enchilada-like 🙂

  74. Julie Laden on said:

    These look yummy and can’t wait to check out the cookbook!

  75. Sharon on said:

    Looks wonderful!

  76. Jordana Langlois on said:

    I need this book today! I’m hosting a pot luck this weekend and would love to make a few of these recipes. Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  77. Nancy F from on said:

    Thanks for sharing this recipe…I was wondering what to do with those extra carrots in my fridge. Potlucks are the best – and this book looks like a great way to up my game!

  78. Michele from on said:

    I can’t wait to give this a try ! I am always on the lookout for plant based, colorful and delicious recipes! I am looking forward to sharing this on Instagram.

  79. Chelsea on said:

    The grammar police in me is cringing at potluck as two words, but I suppose to each her own.

    Any recommendations on making these to feed a crowd/slightly less labor-intensively?

    • Hi Chelsea, the sofrito was the longest part, although it was very easy to make. The rest came together in a snap.

  80. Tracie B. on said:

    Looks yummy! Can’t wait to try!! 🙂

  81. Taryn Marse on said:

    I love this recipe! Great for a summer dinner party, especially since you don’t have to turn the oven on 😉

  82. greta on said:

    This sounds really good, I love the fresh ingredients. I’ve never tried no bake enchiladas!

  83. Ann D on said:

    It would be nice to have a resource for potluck or, in reality, party food. This recipe looks great and it seems the sofrito could be used in other dishes too. Thanks for the chance to win.

  84. Megan on said:

    Looks absolutely delicious!

  85. Abby on said:

    I am so excited about this book! My cookbook club actually just chose it as our selection for October- a free copy would be perfect!

  86. Amy on said:

    Looks delicious!

  87. Amelia on said:

    Such a creative recipe!

  88. Rebecca Pr on said:

    Beautiful…would it work without the cheese?

  89. Lana Burge on said:

    So cute! I’m terrible at potlucks but this may inspire me to do more…

  90. Emily on said:

    Looks delicious! And love that the oven can stay off during these sweltering days!

  91. Laura B on said:

    Trying this tonight! Your cookbook has become a staple for me and I never knew I could love meals without meat this much. You opened my eyes to the wonders of eggplants and yellow squash!

    • I’m so happy to hear that! Glad you’ve been enjoying the book 🙂

  92. Hilary on said:

    Loving the look of these no bake enchiladas! Ohsheglows does a vegan enchilada that I love but I might need to add these to my “to-make” list. Thanks for sharing!

  93. kathryn on said:

    perfect for the end of summer

  94. Rhonda on said:

    Love your cookbooks and your recipes, will take a look at any cookbook you recommend!

  95. Savvy on said:

    For any one who goes to potlucks, supper clubs, group gatherings, this could well be my next GANG cookbook!! Looks yummy-and with 100 degree days lingering forever, PERFECT!! Your timing is GREAT!! Thanks!!

  96. Lau on said:

    I am loving my copy of Love and Lemons and am sure I would also really enjoy Modern Potluck! Thank you for all the awesome recipes! I am making the Chipotle Caulifower Tacos for dinner tonight!

  97. Lori on said:

    Always going somewhere that needs food! Love this idea. Thanks for give away.

  98. Sophie on said:

    So cool! Potlucks are da bomb and I am always worrying about how to pull them off.

  99. Sophie on said:

    Oops, I mis-typed my email address. This one is the right one.

  100. Gisella Santiago-Gronka on said:

    Looking forward to making these for our very first back to school family potluck! Thank you for sharing!

  101. Mollie Sweet from on said:

    I had never heard of sofrito until right now, but it looks ridiculously good. I love potlucks and I love bringing something surprising. A couple months ago we were invited to one the day we got back from a vacation and I was exhausted (and am pregnant), so instead of my original plan of making a cherry pie, we bought one (from Whole Foods so at least it was good!). But then my husband put it in one of our pie dishes and told everyone he made it….haha. They were very impressed. (#notmyidea)

  102. Kathryn on said:

    Love your blog and menu suggestions!!

  103. Debi on said:

    Incredible plant based recipe to add to our rotation. Thank you!

  104. Glenne on said:

    love your blog, making this tonight! glenne

  105. JJ on said:

    These enchiladas look great! Going into my try list.

  106. jacquie on said:

    that sofrito sounds wonderful – I would be tempted to throw the peas into that and just dig in with a spoon.

  107. Tracy Spalding on said:

    I love that pot lucks are making a comeback! It’s always fun to be invited (or throw) a party and making it a pot luck spreads the work…it also encourages a variety of food. I think that’s 1/2 the recipe for a successful party!!

  108. stephanie on said:

    I love this recipe, cool and colorful! Can’t wait to try!

  109. Elinoar on said:

    My daughter loves peas! She won’t be able to resist this!

  110. Julia on said:

    these look amazing!

  111. Thia on said:

    No question about it, Instagram-worthy! The green peas and orange carrots are so pretty together, and the flavors sound just delish.

    I’ve always done the potluck thing, but never tried hosting. I’m looking forward to learning Kristen’s take and tips on Modern Potlucks. Great idea for a cookbook.

  112. Melissa on said:

    Yum, looks great!

  113. K Burke on said:

    Yum! Want the book!

  114. Kathy K on said:

    Your “Love & Lemons Cookbook” is an inspiration for healthy eating; the ingredients are accessible and the photographs are gorgeous. Having the opportunity to add another beautiful cookbook to my collection would be a ‘win-win’! Thanks so much for the chance!

  115. Julie on said:

    I want this book!! Such a great idea. So many potluck recipes are outdated

  116. Barbara from on said:

    I love the idea of a no bake enchilada. Count me in for the give-away of a copy of the cookbook!

  117. Mick from on said:

    Love all of these ingredients!! Looks amazing!!

  118. courtney on said:

    cannot wait to make this sofrito! looks so good 🙂

  119. Chris J. on said:

    No bake Enchiladas sound great, esp. In the heat of summer. The potluck cookbook looks very intriguing too.

  120. Michelle on said:

    Can’t wait to bring these to a work potluck. Yummy

  121. Haley Elizabeth Goette on said:

    Another beautiful recipe to try my hand at! I’ve been OBSESSED with your book & blog over the past several months as I’ve transitioned to a plant-based diet, and this new cookbook looks like it could help on my journey, as well 🙂

    • Thanks Haley – I’m so glad you’ve been enjoying the book!

  122. Oh I can’t begin to imagine this combination of ingredients…can’t wait to try this. Thanks for the chance to enter this giveaway. I cherish the cookbooks I have collected throughout my life — this one appears to have some delightful, tasty, insightful recipes to offer.

  123. Sarah E. on said:

    I love the idea of no-bake enchiladas. Also potlucks are my fave!

  124. Brooke on said:

    Looks so yummy!

  125. Mary Fields on said:

    I would love to cook meals like this to share with friends and family! I am an outdoor enthusiast and the food I eat definitely influences my performance and lifestyle each day. Thanks for sharing.

  126. Doris on said:

    Looks awesome! Thanks for the chance and the great recipe. You are the best.

  127. Keri Beth Croy on said:

    So excited to try these this weekend!!!

  128. Zinnia on said:

    Great giveaway, looks like a fun book

  129. Jenn on said:

    What an awesome giveaway! I love yummy potlucks!

  130. Melissa on said:

    This looks so delicious!

  131. anna on said:

    when you luv veggies …you luv this..nothing better

  132. Alison on said:

    I love any options that are no bake! Summer heat is hard enough alone!

    Potlucks are incredibly difficult to navigate. Love that there’s a cookbook on it!!

  133. Molly on said:

    Such a great idea! And these enchiladas look delicious!!

  134. Chenoa Bol on said:

    This recipe looks amazing! We love to throw dinner parties, but tend to make the same couple of items due to the ease of serving (not necessarily preparation) they provide! It would be great to get some new ideas in the mix – ones that are already tried and true!

  135. Cami Homann on said:

    Carrot Sofrito has me intrigued , so off to the kitchen to check if I have all the ingredients to begin this no bake enchilada recipe especially when the ninety degree days of summer are here. Easy to pull together for a small or large impromptu dinner gathering.

  136. Elizabeth Oei on said:

    The book looks amazing and I’d love to cook from it!

  137. Chelsea Gay on said:

    A really handy cookbook to have in the arsenal, it appears. Thanks for your hard work 🙂

  138. Nancy Bertholf on said:

    I love cookbooks, and Modern Potluck looks lovely!

  139. Stephanie on said:

    This. Looks. Amazing.

  140. Shauna Worthington on said:

    Your blog is so delightful, always brightens up my day. Love your recipes and wonderful pictures. Thanks for sharing!

  141. Ella on said:

    This looks delicious! I love your photography, too, it’s fantastic!

  142. Jenn on said:

    I’m totally that person that crumbles under potluck pressure! I love cooking, but I cook for my tastes, and know that my taste is not mainstream. I’d love some suggestions to help me vet my favorite recipes!

  143. Sandra Miller on said:

    Thank you for sharing – the recipe and the chance to win!

  144. Jennifer Berkey on said:

    Oh goodness, this recipe is mouthwatering! Wanted to do mine now!

  145. Ivy on said:

    Would love to get a copy of this book!

  146. Lindsey Crawford on said:

    We recently joined joined a, “cook club” and this book sounds like the perfect answer to my, “but how do I do it like a fancy grown up?!?” anxiety 🙂

  147. Jessica on said:

    This cookbook looks great! I love a good potluck and I’m excited to check out recipes that are designed to make ahead and be good for groups. Thanks!

  148. Mary Beth on said:

    Going to make these this evening. Thanks for sharing.

  149. Tara H on said:

    Love the combination of flavors.

  150. Katie from on said:

    Now this is MY kind of cookbook! I’ll definitely have to get it 🙂

  151. Annie on said:

    I am adding this to the weekly menu and hoping it’s a hit for the family – it looks delish!

  152. Carolsue on said:

    I’d love the book AND the storage ware. My old Tupperware is just that — old!

  153. Brittany on said:

    We bought your cookbook and overtime I bring leftovers for lunch, my coworkers are always intrigued. I tell them about your book and how easy and delicious the recipes are.

  154. Denise on said:

    Always in a dilemma to what to bring to potlucks. Would love to have this book!

  155. Susan Christy on said:

    My group of friends have been doing potlucks for 20 years – time to breathe some new life into our dishes! Can’t wait to check out this cookbook.

  156. Can the ultimate sophistication in the kitchen really blossom from the simplicity of a single ingredient such as a lemon….or a beautiful carrot? Is being mindful and organized worth the effort? Hoping to find out. Thanks for keeping us inspired! #feelinsnappy.

  157. Dianna on said:

    Enchiladas are a favorite of mine and I can’t wait to try this delious looking version.

  158. Jennifer Cooper on said:

    The pablanos look amazing to try too! I cook each week for a couple families and I think this book would be great for helping me keep and plan and give them gorgeous food while still making it easier to make large quantities.

  159. Debra M on said:

    Love your blog!!! Hope I win!

  160. Heather W. on said:

    I’m going to see if my local library has this cookbook. Looks like a good read!

  161. Jennifer on said:

    Wow! The perfect recipe after going to the farmer’s market!

  162. Michelle J. on said:

    Snapware would be fantastic!

  163. Andrea on said:

    What a great idea for a cookbook! Taking the stress out of your potluck dish!

  164. KrystAL on said:

    My 5 year old daughter loves peas and all types of beans. So I’ll definitely have to make this recipe! Thank you!

  165. Tess on said:

    This looks like such a great weeknight meal! I love the use of frozen peas, such a timesaver!

  166. AJ on said:

    This looks AMAZING! I’m really interested in this cookbook!!!

  167. Barbara on said:

    My boyfriend and I have been talking about having dinner parties. We haven’t had the courage to have one yet. Maybe this cookbook is what we need to get us started! Love your blog and recipes!

  168. Lydia on said:

    I tried this recipe tonight and it was delicious!! I loved that sofrito. I will definitely make this one again.

  169. Charity on said:

    I would love this cookbook!!

  170. Aysegul from on said:

    Oh I want this book so much! Gorgeous photos. 🙂

  171. Ellen on said:

    Yum! I would love to try out this book 🙂

  172. Jennifer Greene on said:

    Sounds delicious! I have a whole jar of cumin seeds that I don’t really use, so am happy to see a recipe that I could use them in. And I love the ingredients in this recipe!

  173. Jenny Thomson on said:

    Just received your cookbook as a birthday present (as requested), and placed an order for this one from the library! Can’t wait to try these enchiladas!

  174. Tina on said:

    I would love to have a copy of this book!

  175. Kim on said:

    Hoping I’m not too late to enter! This cookbook looks right up my alley! 😃

  176. Giselle D'Epiro on said:

    I love snapware, and I love potlucks. Therefore, I think I need to win the giveaway. This recipe calls for somewhat obscure ingredients — are most recipes in the book like that?

  177. Rita on said:

    Can’t wait to try this, so beautiful!

  178. Deya Kapoor from on said:

    Wow I love this : It’s to precious

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