Roasted mushrooms add a delicate meatiness to this sauce that is equal parts earthy, spicy, and acidic. This spicy roasted mushroom tomato-meat sauce will be your new favorite weeknight pasta recipe.
These spicy ricotta meatballs are spicy and fragrant and rich and pair well with a simple tomato sauce and pasta and fresh basil leaves.
This easy recipe for creamy mushroom bacon soup is decadent, filled to the brim with mushrooms, and has just a hint of heat and plenty of aromatics to create a flavorful, filling dinner.
This sweet potato sauce is something else! Sweet potatoes, red bell peppers, and a big pile of aromatics are roasted, puréed, and then combined with a spicy tomato base and topped off with a bit of cream to create the ultimate sauce that is just a bit sweet, fragrant, and spicy.
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. You can use fresh salmon or canned salmon, but I prefer fresh because it doesn’t have bones (my dad says he likes the “crunchy bits” but they are just not for me!)
This Thai-inspired mussels and scallops recipe is my new favorite thing in the universe. The recipe is simple but super flavorful thanks to the help of loads of aromatics, especially ginger and lemongrass.
Once you make these seared steak rice bowls, you’ll never want to get a steak rice bowl from Chipotle again! Topped with roasted sweet potatoes, spicy homemade salsa , and spicy, creamy pinto beans, these rice bowls are hearty, full of spice, and simply delicious.
This Valentine’s Day dinner is a take on our Simple Tomato Broth with Shrimp and Orzo but utilizes beautifully seared scallops and a garnish that has just a hint of spiciness.
Valentine’s Day is coming up just around the corner and if you don’t want to brave the dinner crowds, this Valentine’s Day dinner recipe with seared duck, vanilla-scented potato-parsnip purée and a velvety red wine sauce is sure to impress.
This simple tomato broth pairs perfectly al dente orzo and buttery, seared seafood for the perfect date night recipe that’s sure to impress.
These wine-braised beef short ribs are certainly a luxury I don’t often indulge in, but when I do, it’s absolute heaven. I do recommend letting the ribs and broth sit overnight so you can skim off the excess fat, but you can eat them the night you make them as well.
My husband said these soy-ginger chicken meatballs were the best chicken meatballs I’ve ever made. His reason? Because they aren’t dry. Using soy sauce, a limited amount of panko, and by not over-rolling the meatballs, you’ll end up with juicy, flavorful chicken meatballs that go with soba noodles perfectly.