Sharing another pantry pasta recipe today in the form of pantry baked mostaccioli. It’s really versatile, full of simple staple ingredients, and comes together in just about 45 minutes. Perfect way to wind down at home after a long week!
A flavorful side dish for Memorial Day weekend: grilled potatoes with scallion vinaigrette, olive oil toasted walnuts, and fresh dill. While you’re grilling up some meat, throw together these simple potatoes to serve alongside. Packed full of flavor from the sweet + tangy vinaigrette.
I am beyond excited to finally share this blog post with you. It includes a lovely recipe for my Irish Coffee Soda Bread Pudding, plus all the dreamy details of my trip to Ireland earlier this year. Hopefully you’ll feel like you’re on the quaint, beautiful island of Ireland as you read this right from your home.
If you need a quick, simple, incredibly delicious dessert for the springtime, this brown sugar strawberry crisp is it! Sweet, juicy strawberries tossed with jam and brown sugar, topped with a buttery oat streusel, baked until golden and bubbling, and served with ice cream melted over top. The BEST.
Sharing the best chicken recipe for a Memorial Day grill-out: garlicky grilled chicken with whipped paprika butter. The marinade of garlic, dill, salt, lemon, and oil really does all the work here…creating juicy grilled chicken that’s bursting with garlic flavor. The paprika butter is the special touch, hinted with just a bit of cayenne pepper, and slathered on top of the hot chicken right off the grill.
A fresh springtime vegetable brown butter gnocchi. Soft, pillowy ricotta gnocchi tossed in brown butter and topped with quickly sauteed asparagus and peas. It’s a really fun project that results in a nutty, lemony gnocchi dish bursting with flavor. It’s a great side dish to any main…roast chicken or even seared steak would be perfect.
Sharing a dinner today that I’ve been making over and over again: seared strip steak with crispy potatoes & mustard sauce. It’s a new york strip steak seared simply with kosher salt and freshly cracked black pepper, served alongside a mixture of roasted potatoes, asparagus, and radishes, and drizzled with a tangy mustard caper sauce. Great for both weeknight cooking or a special weekend meal.
Excited to share these simple strawberry vanilla bean pancakes with you, just in time for the weekend! It’s a simple pancake batter with rich vanilla bean flavor, poured onto a hot griddle, topped with slices of fresh strawberries, and cooked until golden brown. Serve with warm maple syrup for the best springtime breakfast!
The best part of a frittata is it’s versatility. Take this garden frittata and add any spring vegetables you have on hand. In mine I’m using fingerling potatoes, fresh peas, fennel, scallion, and spinach. Topped with creamy goat cheese and finished with fresh chives. It’s beautiful, simple, and perfect for a lazy weekend breakfast.