It’s the middle of the week in the middle of October and you know what that means? It’s the PERFECT time for a quick Fall soup recipe. This Roasted Pumpkin Soup is so easy it shocking but there are a couple of key steps to …
Curry Chicken Vegetable Soup is one of ‘those’ recipes that’s crammed with flavor, so very comforting and still so simple to make. If I’ve prepped my fridge correctly, this soup will be ready to eat in as fast as 20 minutes.
If you’re anything like me, this month is full of goals. Eating better, spending less, more intentional with time…can you relate? Well, one of the ways I position myself for success is with dinnertime and this Chicken Thigh Taco Bowl recipe is a significant step in the right direction — click on the recipe to see why!
Thanksgiving Sheet Pan Dinner!! For me – and I’d imagine you’ll agree, one of the BEST parts of Thanksgiving Dinner is the assortment and collection and combination of flavors and foods. Swirls of cinnamon with whispers of garlic, sprinkles of herbs and drips of maple, roasted, caramelized edges of cooked meats and tart cranberries. And just look – it’s all there – and in such a beautiful, manageable assembly.
Creamy Paprika Chicken and Rice is inspired by my recent trip to South-Central Europe where the influence of paprika ((in numerous varieties)) dominates. I L-O-V-E this recipe so much – not only is it a one pan meal but it uses a shortlist basic ingredients and simple techniques and the best part?! Everyone loves it!
Butternut Squash was made for the cheesy bake recipe that I’m sharing with you today. The saucy, slightly acidic marinara combined with the buttery, melty cheese and the sweet, nutty, earthy butternut squash is truly a heavenly combination.
If you have been paying attention a little, I’m currently on a salmon dinner kick. And really — why not salmon?! It’s so easy to prepare, very versatile and ALWAYS delicious. This salmon bowl recipe came together in under 25 minutes, used only one pan and made use of my summer garden shishito peppers, a couple of over-ripe plums and a neglected apple.
Even after all these years of getting family dinners on the table for my herd of 6, Sheet Pan Salmon is still consistently everyone’s favorite meal. Never any complaints, never any huffy moans and never any pseudo-polite “can I have something else” –es.
This fajita chicken and veggies sheet pan recipe is delicious over a salad or rice – even wrapped in lettuce leaves. Leftovers are even better the next day because the lemony, balsamic flavors have additional time to blend with the bold taco spices. So be sure to make extra! And a little note to my veggie lovers – be sure and try the roasted celery and radishes. They are especially delicious when roasted in this taco seasoning, lemon juice and balsamic vinegar marinade.
What exactly is Green Goddess Dip? It’s MEGA ranch! Everything you love about Ranch PLUS a little cucumber, carrot, fennel and parsley.