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.
Fish tacos make it easy to imagine that we are by the beach, basking in the sun’s rays, and sipping a cold one. So, December seems like as good a time as ever to conjure up warm and fuzzy beach feels with this dish!
There is nothing better than fried chicken, authentic, bone-in fried chicken like your grandma used to make. In this recipe we are talking boneless, skinless delicious chicken breasts into yummy chicken “tenders.” This meal is to die for, and the best part is chicken tenders are quicker cooking, less of a mess, and universally amazing
This dish is inspired by a type of meat curry ”Keema” of South Asian origins where you would typically use finely minced lamb, but here we use ground beef and green peas for little bursts of color and sweet flavor. Coconut milk adds a slightly sweet richness to the sauce.
Sometimes it can be hard to get enough veggies into your diet but this soup recipe will make that struggle a whole lot easier and tastier!
To make this dish work you are going to have to use high heat don’t be afraid of the fire! With the high heat the onions and chicken brown nicely in just a few quick minutes. Spreading the rice on a plate allows it to cool enough so the grains won’t clump when you sauté.
There is nothing better than a nicely glazed salmon for that summer dinner party. This dish is simple to make and full of flavor.
This vegetable enchilada is a true flavor powerhouses. They are filled with tasty black beans vegetables corn and spinach that add a pop of color.
This dish is delivering your favorite takeout dish, but we’ve made it even better. You’ll get the same great sesame chicken taste, but with none of the deep frying or overly thick or sweet sauce.