Tuscan chopped salad of soaked bread, onions, and tomatoes that is a popular dish in the summer.
Deep flavors of curry with perfectly roasted cauliflower and the freshness of cilantro is a perfect side dish for an easy weeknight meal.
Quick and easy pasta that will cure anything and everything going wrong in your life. Buttery, garlicky, cheesy, with a touch of spice.
Something about the crunch of the double breaded chicken, the tanginess of the coleslaw or the spiciness of the pickled jalapeños just elevates the sandwich beyond anything in a drive-thru.
With only a few ingredients you can make a decadent, tart lemon curd layered over a rich, buttery shortbread crust.
Huli means “turn” in Hawaiian and it’s name came from bystanders yelling “huli!” every time the chicken would turn over on the spit. The chicken is basted with a sweet sauce that is similar to teriyaki but with lots of pineapple juice in it.
Now I know there are debates out there whether Swedish meatballs are actually Turkish. Even Sweden is claiming that King Charles XII brought the recipe for meatballs back with him after spending years in a country that was under Turkish rule. Regardless of where these meatballs originated, when there’s a plate of mashed potatoes topped with meatballs that are smothered in a creamy brown gravy and served with a side of perfectly sweet and tangy lingonberry jam, you won’t care where they came from just where they’re going, in your mouth!
I find salsa verde more versatile than salsa, it’s great as an enchilada sauce, chilaquiles, slow braise sauce of a chuck roast for tacos, bonus if you add more sauce to the leftover chuck roast then you have an amazing tamale filling, or a dipping sauce for chips or better yet some creamy chicken taquitos.
This bruschetta is served on top of a fried Caprese sandwich. The sweet tomatoes and balsamic mayo really help cut through the richness that is fried cheese.
Right around the middle of February, I start chopping at the bits for some corned beef and cabbage. We traditionally make this for St. Patrick’s Day but I’ve been known to toss a corned beef in a crockpot in summer don’t let corned beef be something you only make once a year!