Burritos might be my all-time favorite Mexican food. But then again, I do love fajitas! With these mushroom fajita black bean burritos, you don’t have to choose, you can enjoy them both!
Burritos are one of my go-to fast and easy dishes for busy weeknights. I rarely make fajitas at home, and tend to save them for eating out because of all the fresh veggies and chopping involved. Continue reading →
Pizza is one of those dishes that I could eat every night of the week. There are so many delicious variations, I just don’t get tired of it! If this is you, too, then you better put my roasted garlic and mushroom white pizza on your menu rotation!
I am teaching a night class this semester, and this means the husband has to cook… Translation: frozen pizza! We have enjoyed some frozen mushroom and spinach pizzas, and I was inspired to make my own variation. Continue reading →
Cabbage is one of my favorite veggies I keep in the fridge for fast easy meals. This week, I am sharing a Chinese green cabbage noodle stir fry recipe.
Red cabbage is my go-to cabbage variety. Green cabbage has a little less flavor, and of course, less color. Sometimes, I find green cabbage harder to use because of what it is missing in comparison to red. Continue reading →
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Does anyone have a guess what my favorite nut is? You got it! Pistachios! I was so excited when Wonderful Pistachios offered samples of their product for the Recipe Redux sponsorship this month because I adore them. Also, they are absolutely delicious in my new recipe, pistachio caper gremolata pasta with shrimp.
If you like spicy food, you have got to try these chipotle fish sliders with sriracha lime slaw! They have whole chipotle chilies blended into the fish patties, which is coated in corn tortilla chips.
The tortillas chips add nice texture, but better yet, they improve the flavor! The subtle sweetness from the corn compliments the chipotle. If you want to go an extra step with the sweet and spicy flavors, try sweet Hawaiian rolls! Continue reading →
My husband adores garlic. I use it in almost ever dish we make, but it’s rarely the main flavor component. In this creamy garlic potato soup, I used four cloves per serving!
The garlic is added three different times, to add great garlicky flavor with every step. First it’s sauted with some onion until caramelized, then I add more with the broth to simmer. Continue reading →
I developed this balsamic tomato and feta french bread pizza recipe for winter, store-bought tomatoes that are less flavorful.
Winter tomatoes that didn’t get to ripen on the vine just don’t have the same flavor, or texture as fresh summer tomatoes. A little soak in some balsamic adds sweetness and acidity to brighten those tomatoes right up! Continue reading →