Who else has the best memories of this soup? I’m guessing most of you had the Campbell’s version like I did when I was little. Too replicate this childhood favorite, I used Stelline Pasta and chopped the fresh onion, carrots & celery really small. I did the same with the chicken breasts. This nostalgic soup was a big hit with the fam!
This reimagined taco soup is packed full of fresh veg, legumes all-natural beef. Just a little extra effort makes this healthier version of a classic an awesome addition to your easy soup collection. The traditional version uses canned goods. Not this one!! Fresh chopped tomatoes and corn straight off the cob are simple and yummy changes. It’s still ready in 20 minutes & so delicious!
This flavorful exotic dish is one of the best things I’ve made of late. It’s easy to assemble and the ingredients are readily available. Try it! You won’t be disappointed.
This version of Mexican Pozole is super flavorful & very easy. It was a huge hit with the hubs and my son. It’s perfect for soup season and is sure to warm you right up.
This is the best roast turkey recipe you will ever make! The gravy is next level. This has been my go-to recipe for over 25 years. It is indescribably delicious and to top it off it’s fool proof.
You can make this recipe with a whole turkey or turkey breast on the bone. I have brined them and not brined them – Did not notice a difference. They always come out juicy & tender. I generally prepare the turkey & the pan (without spray) the night before. That way I can get the turkey going without that much hassle on Thanksgiving day. We also enjoy this turkey on other occasions. It’s just that good!
This beef is slowly braised with beautiful liquids and gorgeous vegetables. So colorful & it tastes divine. The addition of good red wine, balsamic vinegar and a touch of grainy mustard makes this really special. This recipe is on repeat all through the cooler months!
Our neighbor is from India and they invite us over often for the most delicious meals. One of my favs is Butter Chicken and I just had to figure out how to make it. Here is what I’ve come up with and I’m very happy with the flavor and texture. Enjoy!
I’m always looking for a flavorful Asian inspired recipe and this one really hits the mark. After researching dozens of recipes for inspiration, here’s what I’ve come up with. Although the ingredient list is long, the recipe is straightforward. Enjoy!
We’re headed to New Orleans soon and it reminded me to share this recipe. This recipe is super simple and so satisfying. You can use frozen shrimp and okra, so you can make any time of year. Enjoy!
We had friends over for din on the other day & we served this amazing chicken dish. It’s so flavorful and the chicken is really tender & juicy. Have you tried za’atar? It varies greatly depending on where you are in the Middle East and every family has their own secret blend. It is generally a combination of dried oregano, thyme, marjoram, sumac and toasted sesame seeds. Za’atar may also contain salt, dried orange zest, dried dill, or the wild herb za’atar (also called hyssop, which also grows throughout the Levant & is the mixture’s namesake). This spice mix is tangy, rich & nutty, and is a must have in every kitchen! You’re going to love this chicken!