A special dinner for two: lemon butter scallops with greens and walnuts. Sea scallops are seared until golden brown, served with quickly wilted swiss chard, and topped with the simplest (yet most delicious) lemon butter sauce that’s flavored with a splash of chardonnay, a sweet touch of honey, briny capers, and crunchy walnuts. This dish comes together in no time and is absolutely perfect for a simple Valentine’s Day dinner! Continue reading “Lemon Butter Scallops with Greens & Walnuts”
The tastiest plate of harissa baked chicken meatballs with pearl couscous, a creamy harissa yogurt sauce, and lots of herbs. This is such a fun dinner recipe to change up your weeknight routines! It makes for great leftovers, too, and is full of healthy & nourishing ingredients. Plus…I’d say it’s one of the most deliciously unique recipes to come out of my kitchen this year! Continue reading “Harissa Baked Chicken Meatballs with Couscous & Yogurt”
The coziest soup we all need for the winter season: tuscan ribollita soup with greens & butter beans. It’s hearty & satisfying, with bold tomato and nutty parmesan flavors running throughout. Sit down to a hot bowl for lunch or maybe add on a big salad to turn it into the perfect soup + salad dinner.
An everyday dinner worth getting excited over: seared salmon with roasted potatoes, a bright & lemony fennel salad, and smoky paprika aioli to eat with every bite. This is one of those meals you will want to make over and over again. Simple, but with a few special touches to make it extra delicious and something you crave! Continue reading “Seared Salmon with Roasted Potatoes & Paprika Aioli”
This french onion pizza is exactly what we need this December. A simple, no-fuss kind of dinner that could not be more comforting. Once you get the onions on the stovetop, they take about an hour to cook, but the process is completely hands-off (other than some stirring, of course). They get cooked with butter, thyme, bay leaves, sherry wine, and beef stock to give them the rich flavors of french onion soup. Combine those with lots of gruyere and mozzarella cheese? The perfect winter pizza. Continue reading “French Onion Pizza”
A hearty, comforting thai chicken curry with rice & greens to keep these December nights warm! Sweet coconut milk, spicy curry paste, and lots of aromatics…this dish packs so much flavor into one pot and comes together effortlessly. Perfect for any night of the week.
Cheesy baked rigatoni with italian sausage, burst cherry tomatoes, spinach, garlicky marinara sauce, and LOTS of mozzarella. It’s baked until golden & bubbling, then topped with fresh herbs and parmesan. One of my favorite easy dinners for any night of the week, and it has lots of family history to it! Excited to be sharing it with all of you so you can have a little nostalgic, italian comfort food right in your own homes.
The perfect complete fall dinner: maple pecan crusted pork chops with cheddar mashed red potatoes & a simple apple slaw! Pork chops are pounded thin and then coated in a maple pecan crust. They’re cooked on the stovetop until golden and then baked until tender & juicy. Served with the tastiest potatoes and a really bright, refreshing seasonal slaw. This meal is hearty and substantial, and would work any night of the week!
Pork chops get an upgrade in this quick-cooking recipe: breaded pork chops with caramelized corn & peaches. Lightly breaded pork cooked in a hot skillet until golden, topped with a very flavorful corn + peach + bacon mixture, and served with a lemony mayo sauce for dipping. It’s a fun dinner to spice up an average weeknight, but doubles as the perfect dinner party recipe!
Extremely excited to be sharing this herby brown butter chicken & farro today! It’s one of those dinner recipes you’ll be able to make over and over again all summer long. Lightly breaded chicken cooked until crisp, served with lemony farro and juicy burst cherry tomatoes, and drizzled with an herby brown butter sauce. It’s hearty and satisfying, and full of summer tomato and herb flavor. Plus, it comes together in just about 30 minutes!