What is it about chili that makes us have to compete over it? Really now. You don't see us having competitions for meatballs, or pizza, or ramen noodles? Somehow, when it comes to chili, we all need to hold nationwide cook offs to determine the best recipe. Well here is my take on it. If I were to enter a competition I would 100% go in with this smokey chipotle chili.
Chicken marsala is a classic dish with epic flavor. This recipe adds in a touch of cream to make the most delicious flavorful sauce. It's topped off with mushrooms and fresh thyme. Essentially, chicken marsala is the perfect dinner meal.
This shrimp salad is the perfect meal to start off 2021. Just because it's "healthy" doesn't mean it needs to lack flavor. First, the shrimp is marinated in a delicious cilantro lime dressing and then cooked up and tossed with the best Tex-Mex flavors.
Have you ever watched the series Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat on Netflix? These ground turkey meatballs incorporate all four of the most crucial cooking elements to making a great dish.
I'm not sure if "meal prepping" is as big as a phenomenon now that a majority of us are now working from home. Regardless you cannot deny that having a pre-made breakfast would be convenient. These ground turkey egg bowls are filled with delicious southwest flavors and include the most delicious crispy potatoes.
You will definitely not regret switching your usual pasta sauce recipe up and making this delicious roasted red pepper sauce. Tomato sauce is great but when you are craving something different this recipe will not fail.
Recently, I've been trying to incorporate more fish into my diet. The tastiest way to accomplish this is with salmon. These spicy salmon bowls are an ode to the good o'l days when we could go out for sushi. Instead, we will have to suffice eating cooked salmon at home and calling it "sushi."
I'm not going to sit here and pretend like I'm the queen of health because I 100% am not, but the one food anomaly of my palette is that I love broccoli, and don't really like potatoes. Some people have to hide their broccoli in foods to trick themselves into eating it, however I need to hide my potatoes in broccoli to trick myself into eating them. When all else fails, just cover it in cheese.
Sundays are for sauce making. One of my favorite pasta sauces to make is a traditional bolognese sauce using ground beef and ground pork. I tend to make it in the afternoon, and then keep the sauce simmering on low heat for the rest of the evening. It makes your house smell delicious and is perfect for the recent colder weather.
Risotto definitely gets put into the category of a fancy meal. A meal you can only make for special occasions or eat when you go out to a fancy dinner. However, it is not as difficult as it's made out to seem. This butternut squash risotto should easily be one of your weeknight staple meals.