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. This simple salmon cake recipe is made with fresh raw salmon.
This recipe for spicy coconut mussels and scallops is simple but super flavorful, thanks to fragrant aromatics like ginger and lemongrass.
This beautiful dessert combines white chocolate, maple, and vanilla into a mousse that is absolutely heavenly.
This simple tomato broth pairs perfectly al dente orzo and buttery, seared seafood for the perfect date night recipe that’s sure to impress.
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.
This is not your grandma’s egg salad recipe; it’s loaded with hot sauce, minced Thai chili pepper, and plenty of fresh herbs for a bright, spicy breakfast recipe.
Although not a true gratin due to the lack of cheese and breadcrumbs, this casserole made with thinly sliced potatoes, creamy béchamel sauce, and truffle oil is a delicious take on a classic recipe.
This is the perfect way to upgrade glazed carrots at Thanksgiving – you get a little sweet, a little spicy, and the fluffy decadence of whipped ricotta cheese.
This is the absolute best perfect cold-weather chicken recipe. The acidity from the white balsamic vinegar cuts into the richness of the crème fraîche.
This is another amazing Thanksgiving Day side dish recipe option that’s super easy to prepare and would be a nice substitute for those looking to avoid mashed potatoes this year!
Crispy panko chicken breasts make the perfect accompaniment to salad, pasta, or served on a sandwich with plenty of melted cheese!