Over the years, I have become obsessed with Indian food – particularly chicken tikka masala, butter chicken, palak paneer, naan bread, you name it. I’ve been making this recipe from Bon Appetit for years and haven’t felt the need to create my own or find a new recipe because this one is just SO.GOOD. It’s beyond flavorful with just the right amount of spice. Serve alongside some buttery naan and you’re set!
Happy taco…Thursday?! Any day is taco day in my books. This carne asada is beyond flavorful and delicious. Serve it alongside some rice and beans or throw it in a taco. :-)
Happy Monday, everyone! This pineapple rice is delicious, refreshing, and the perfect dish to say farewell to summer. I’m ready for ya, fall!
I’m a sucker for delicious, authentic, homemade salsa. This recipe is just that and more. Enjoy with tortilla chips or alongside beans, rice, tacos…you name it!
This chicken enchilada casserole is to die for. The dish won’t be on your diet plan, but it’s worth using a cheat day on its ooey-gooey, cheesy deliciousness. I will absolutely be making this again!
Ever since my co-worker introduced me to chicken pad thai a few years ago, I’ve been hooked. There’s a restaurant across the street from our office that has some of the best pad thai I’ve ever tasted. I’d never made the dish before, so I decided to give it a shot. This recipe came pretty close to our local spot, and it was delicious!
These barbacoa tacos are a must-make. I think I ate the leftovers for a week straight. The tender and juicy meat paired ridiculously well with the crisp and sweet pickled red onions. This recipe makes enough for an army, so be prepared to have a ton of leftovers, or plan on serving the tacos at a dinner party!
Happy Friday! I hope everyone has a nice and relaxing three-day weekend, and a lovely Valentine’s Day tomorrow!
My brother, Andy, gave me Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill cookbook for Christmas and I’ve already made a handful of recipes from the book. Needless to say, I’m obsessed. Everything has been incredible so far, including the meal that I made on NYE. This short rib recipe didn’t let me down either–it was deeeelicious! I decided to make some cilantro oil as well, to give the dish a pop of color.
Happy New Year! I made this incredibly delicious (and time consuming!!) pork tenderloin for New Year’s Eve dinner and it was an absolute hit. Not a drop was left on anyone’s plate! I highly advise splitting the workload up into two days, since the sauces can be made a day ahead. :-)