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.
We are going to keep it simple with these dishes. This is a true Italian cuisine a perfect example of that beautiful simplicity. Tender potato gnocchi and hearty Tuscan kale are sautéed with bright,
Lemon and dill are a powerhouse combination, that goes amazing well when paired with crispy-skinned pan seared salmon filet. The acidity in the lemon brings a brightness to the fish, along with dill which adds a refreshing layer of flavor.
One bite of this meal and you’ll be transported to a Greek island. This recipe is simple, light, and full of flavor. Za’atar spice blend coats the shrimp before it gets broiled and served atop a bed of fluffy rice pilaf.
This recipe is a classic Italian-American dish for your kitchen table. Chicken Francese is a favorite dish for a good reason it tastes delicious! Tender chicken breast that is dipped in egg and flour, creating a perfect coating to soak up the buttery lemon goodness.
This Korean Steak recipe is inspired by bulgogi, which literally translates to “fire meat.” Marinated steak gets cooked close to a hot broiler (the closest we could get to an open fire!) for concentrated flavor and char.