This simple chicken stir-fry with mushrooms is fragrant, sweet, spicy, filling, and absolutely delicious and easy to prepare.
This pan-seared tilapia salad is super easy to prepare but tastes really expensive despite using easy-to-source ingredients and very affordable tilapia!
This simple shrimp corn chowder with bacon is garnished with toasted sourdough croutons and a sprinkle of paprika for an amazing shrimp chowder dish that is sure to impress.
This recipe for mussels and clams in a spicy tomato broth with bacon comes together relatively quickly and looks delicious. Serve these mussels and clams with some crusty bread to soak up that delicious spicy tomato broth with bacon.
We served these lemon-butter scallops with tomatoes, beans, and wilted arugula for an easy-peasy one-pot meal that comes together in about 30 minutes.
Scallops in a creamy lemon caper sauce is truly something divine. We served this creamy lemon caper sauce topped with beautifully seared scallops and al dente orzo.
Berkshire pork chops are more marbled and a bit fattier but oh so juicy and delicious. We served them, simply, with roasted potatoes and Campari tomatoes and finished the dish with a balsamic reduction for an absolutely stunning and delicious final product.
Udon noodles with spicy peanut sauce is ALWAYS a good decision. These pork udon noodles are tossed in a spicy peanut sauce and served with a garnish of fresh, crispy radishes dressed in sesame oil for a perfectly slurpy, saucy udon noodle dinner.
This vegetarian udon with spicy peanut sauce is the definitive (and delicious!) quick dinner night recipe.
I’ve been having a doozy of a week this week and really wanted to make a delicious and comforting meal. This spicy beef and broccoli soba noodles dish was the perfect cure. You can use any type of noodles you prefer for this beef and broccoli dish – such as lo mein, udon, fresh ramen, or even linguine if you’re in a pinch!
The rice in these gochujang pork and rice bowls is seasoned lightly with vinegar, salt, and toasted sesame seeds for a perfect accent to the saucy, spicy pork and the spicy, aromatic spinach. Get the recipe here!
After eating take-out for the past 13 days, I decided to ease back into cooking with a super simple tomato sauce with rigatoni that we just devoured. This is definitely a low ‘n slow sauce and we actually watched a great Italian film, Il Posto, as it cooked. This 6-ingredient tomato sauce is SO delicious and easy to make and requires virtually no fuss in the kitchen.