is spicy pork and kale salad is such an easy salad recipe. The pork is marinated in gochujang with an additional hot pepper for plenty of heat.
This is a beautiful coho salmon filet with roasted fennel, oranges, and carrots and topped off with an easy sweet and lemony shallot vinaigrette.
This salad features earthy butternut squash and shiitake mushrooms paired with cubed seared flank steak and a punchy gochujang dressing.
This seared tuna salad features a spicy wasabi-butter sauce and vegetables that carry a serious punch for a perfect, healthy weeknight salad.
Clams and chorizo go together like two peas in a pod. Spicy and aromatic, this recipe takes only about 30 minutes to whip up and goes perfectly with toasted bread.
This is such a beautiful dinner recipe – a bowl of white sauce suprême topped with spicy clams and chorizo. The sauce helps calm down the spiciness and adds a wonderful decadence to the dish.
Halibut is one of my favorite fishes – it’s flaky, mild and goes with just about anything! We served seared halibut filets with warm fregola and topped it all off with a beautiful, summery mango salad!
In this buttery shrimp pasta with roasted tomatoes, flavors like lemon, garlic, and the roasted sweetness of tomatoes create a flavorful dinner.
My mom’s fried chicken tenders are ultra crispy and flavorful and juicy. Just as long as you don’t fuss over them too much.
Another day, another bowl of noodles! This crispy duck ramen with porcini mushrooms is a riff on ramen that you’re going to want to try out.
This Chipotle Chicken Chorizo chili is an update to a previous chili recipe, and I have to say, the smokiness of the chipotle sauce really adds an amazing flavor. The homemade chicken stock will add depth to the flavor as well!
This roasted harissa-maple carrot puree combines the best flavors – sweet, spicy, creamy, and smoky – thanks to harissa, maple syrup, and Mascarpone cheese.