These mini empanadas are addicting. And since they’re so small, you can eat as many as you want…right? The filling packs a punch with the kick of the United Harvest chorizo and is delicious inside the crispy, yet pillowy fried dough. These make for a perfect appetizer, side dish, or entrée. Serve alongside your sauce of choice, but I prefer and recommend a vinegar-based dipping sauce!
Some of my favorite days are spent in the kitchen cooking with my mom. Last year, we were preparing for a summer picnic and tasked with making a potato salad to accompany the rest of the BBQ food. After scouring the Internet for recipes, we finally decided to wing it and make up our own. This recipe is the result of that and it’s been a staple in our family ever since. I recently brought this potato salad to a 4th of July BBQ where it was a hit. Luckily, I made way too much, so we had tons of leftovers!
I’m always looking for delicious game day snacks to make on Saturday and Sunday. I came across these tater tot cups on Thrillist, and had to make them. These little guys were amazing! If you’re feeling crazy, dip them in some homemade ranch, as well. You’re welcome. :-)
With football season in full swing, game day snacks are a must. These potato wedge nachos are easy to make and a tasty twist on the classic nacho recipe. Grab a fork and dig into this cheesy deliciousness!
In light of my current state (recovering from wisdom teeth surgery), I wanted to make another delicious soup. Considering my daily intake still consists of soup and frozen yogurt, this would be something I could eat sans teeth.
I bought a few cans of Campbell’s Select Harvest soup at the market, one was garlic potato. Sorry Campbell’s, it wasn’t select. The consistency was overly thick and the garlic overpowered the soup. Consequently, I decided to make a homemade potato soup that I hoped would be much more enjoyable to eat—and that it was.
My mom and I used a few recipes as a starting point and ended up making up our own. What was even better was that we were able to use ingredients already in the pantry/fridge, instead of purchasing unnecessary ingredients at the market. Our soup was absolutely delicious—and I say was because we polished the leftovers off last night. The subtle saltiness of the potatoes complimented the hint of sweetness from the sherry brilliantly. My dad couldn’t get enough of the soup, and that definitely says something when he is a fan.