Seared salmon is tasty on its own, but paired with fragrant orange-maple mashed sweet potatoes and citrus salt, this easy-to-cook fish is out of this world!
I’ve been at a loss for what to cook lately but these steak tartines with red peppers and horseradish mayonnaise totally brought me out of my slump. These steak tartines are easy to prepare and only a handful of ingredients!
This easy chorizo and butternut squash soup is the perfect Autumn soup recipe – simple to prepare and best eaten in a cozy room on a cold day.
The grocery store’s sea scallops looked SO enticing that I decided to try out an easy creamy scallop fettuccine with lemon and capers for a super easy, fancy dinner.
Pork fried rice is the perfect mid-week dinner and this pork fried rice recipe is perfect for those nights when you don’t feel like doing takeout.
This summer orzo with shrimp and basil combines all of late summer’s best flavors in a delicious, easy-to-prepare dinner that everyone will love.
This pan-seared tilapia salad is super easy to prepare but tastes really expensive despite using easy-to-source ingredients and very affordable tilapia!
Beans and greens are elevated with bay scallops, plenty of lemon juice, and lots of garlic. This recipe for beans and greens with scallops will be your new go-to weeknight seafood recipe.
This vegetarian udon with spicy peanut sauce is the definitive (and delicious!) quick dinner night recipe.
Salmon cakes hold a special place in my heart because they were something my dad used to make a lot of, and I really loved them as a kid. This simple salmon cake recipe is made with fresh raw salmon.