These baked sage chicken meatballs are absolutely mouthwatering. Ground chicken thigh is flavored with shallots, lots of garlic, a little crushed red pepper, warming sage, fresh parsley, and sharp parmesan cheese. The mixture is formed into balls and baked with a drizzle of olive oil until golden and juicy. They’re made even better served over creamy parmesan orzo. It’s a flavorful dinner that is easy enough to make on a weeknight, yet special enough to save for the weekend! Continue reading “Baked Sage Chicken Meatballs with Parmesan Orzo”
Bringing you a fresh and flavorful orzo salad with Prosciutto di Parma to make for your Labor Day cookout! It’s a simple salad full of charred corn, caramelized cherry tomatoes, peppery arugula, lots of fresh basil and chives, and of course some beautiful thinly sliced prosciutto. It’s all tossed with a garlicky parmesan vinaigrette that comes together quickly in the food processor. You can make this ahead of time and serve it with just about anything! All of the best end of summer flavors in one delicious salad.
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!