Sharing this roasted leg of lamb with apricot chutney to inspire your Easter menu! The lamb is coated with a flavorful blend of dijon mustard, garlic, dried rosemary, and other spices. It roasts low and slow until it’s tender and juicy. Served with a tangy, sweet apricot chutney for a burst of bright flavor. It’s a simple, approachable lamb recipe that works well with just about any spring side dish for a complete Easter meal!
Spring is officially here, and I’m serving up this spring farro bowl with herb yogurt sauce and roasted spring vegetables to get us in the fresh + vibrant mood! This recipe is simple, healthy, and bursting with bright, herby flavor. It works really well as a side dish or even as a main meal (with delicious leftovers if you’re cooking for yourself!).
This post was made in partnership with Cuisinart.
Sharing another soup recipe today that’s rustic, simple, and exactly what I think most of you are craving right now: kale & sausage white bean soup. This hearty soup combines minimal ingredients and is so extremely comforting. It’s got loads of flavor from rich parmesan cheese and a little heat from crushed red pepper. Complete with a side of toasted bread for plenty of dipping.
What could be more comforting than a warm bowl of spicy tomato soup? I’m serving mine with a side of indulgent garlic cheese bread to complete the cozy scene. It’s the simple, versatile meal that I absolutely think you need to be making right now.
A dinner that blends simplicity with the freshness of spring: crispy chicken thighs with herb orzo & stewed peppers. Chicken thighs slowly seared until golden and crisp, then braised in a mixture of caramelized peppers, vinegar, and honey, all enjoyed on top of lemony, herby orzo. It’s such a delicious meal to brighten up our weeks!
A honey soaked almond cake so good, it’ll be devoured in minutes. It’s the simplest recipe that results in a soft, tender, incredibly moist cake with a beautiful almond flavor. Made even sweeter with a honey and almond topping to soak in and flavor the cake. You are going to LOVE this.
The pasta we all need right now: roasted red pepper pantry pasta. A very simple, very tasty pasta recipe made with lots of pantry staples. It’s quick, flavorful, and simply so comforting.
Sharing the simplest, most delicious last-minute St. Patrick’s Day recipe: Irish scalloped potatoes! Full of caramelized leeks, cabbage, garlic, and white cheddar cheese. These are so easy to make and will complete any corned beef feast. Creamy + cheesy, golden + bubbly…you’ll keep going back for just one more bite, trust me!
There are SO many good things I have to say about this arugula salad. It’s intriguing and quite unique – full of shaved fennel and celery, sharp crumbles of manchego cheese, briny olives, a sweet pomegranate vinaigrette, and a wildly delicious mixture of harissa-spiced chickpeas + pecans + juicy golden raisins. It’s got a middle eastern vibe and is perfect for any dinner party or meal at home.
Sharing a healthy weeknight pasta recipe today: whole wheat spaghetti with kale pesto. It’s a simple dish with loads of flavor from the vibrant pesto. Make it any night of the week for a dinner that’s hearty, comforting, and full of “feel good” ingredients.