Today we are going to be making Scandinavian crispy salmon over a bead of Quinoa and roasted beets. This dish’s main components contain quinoa, cucumbers , radishes and a nice piece of salmon. I prefer fresh salmon but you can also use frozen.
Shrimp Fettuccine Alfredo with Prosciutto-Wrapped Pears: When people ask what your favorite dish is I always say Fettuccine Alfredo. Whenever I go to a new Italian restaurant I always measure it by how well they make Alfredo.
Fettuccine Alfredo is my favorite pasta dish. For this recipe, we’ve tagged in mascarpone instead of the butter and cream combo.
Dan dan noodles are a traditional Chinese Sichuan dish that we’ve adapted with fresh ramen, ground pork, and a super addictive tamari, mirin, and tahini sauce. typically this is a spicy meal, but we have flipped to make it a more sweet and savory dish.
Pizza is a good way to trick yourself into feeling like its the weekend quick easy and fun. Also a great way to get any non veggie enthusiast to eat some good-for-you greens. This pizza has sweet cherry tomatoes as the basis for the sauce, and combines briny Kalamata olives with crunchy broccoli.
Chicken breasts can be a little boring sometimes but this recipe gives it a glamorous makeover via a lacquering of garlicky tamari glaze. Not only does it add a gorgeous shine, it brings some serious yumminess to the table.
Dried cherries and goat cheese are a perfect combo to put into a grain bowl. THis dish has high protein chickpeas mixed with a little ras al hanout, a Middle Eastern spice blend, and then roasted shallots to make a nice crispy texture.
Chowder makes us think of days by the sea. With the cold fall days just ahead, we’re bringing all of the october feels in the form of a warming chowder perfect for the cooler fall months. We’ve added mascarpone for extra richness and switched to shrimp for a touch of sweetness. Celery, potatoes, fresh thyme, and peas make this a chowder to remember.
The best thing about Vietnamese cuisine is that it’s full of flavor. They have mastered the 5 distinct types of flavors: spicy, savory, sweet, sour, and bitter.
Chicken lo mein is a simple stir-fried noodle dish packed with protein and yummy vegetables. If you add meat it quickly cooks in a wok or deep pan add some snap peas, scallions and shredded cabbage.