Sharing a quick & flavorful side dish today – spicy sesame cauliflower with toasted garlic. Cauliflower roasted with sesame seeds & pecans, then tossed in a sweet, spicy, sticky sauce flavored with chiles and ginger, and topped with a sprinkling of toasted garlic. This is one of those recipes you can make over and over again to spice up your weeknight cooking. Continue reading “Spicy Sesame Cauliflower with Toasted Garlic”
The easiest crispy brussels sprouts with lots of fun flavor & texture – roasted grapes, creamy yogurt, a zippy parsley vinaigrette, and toasted pine nuts. Perfect recipe to keep everyone’s favorite Thanksgiving vegetable side dish new and exciting! Continue reading “Crispy Brussels Sprouts with Grapes & Parsley Vinaigrette”
When leftover muhammara is in my kitchen, it’s bound to end up in countless random dishes. This recipe being one of many that honestly turned out way too good not to share: cauliflower steaks with muhammara & olive relish. Approachable, healthy, and BIG on flavor.
The most beautiful platter of roasted spring vegetables with a sweet & tangy tarragon mustard vinaigrette. It’s simple, effortless, and the perfect recipe for entertaining!
This is one of those dishes where there’s a ton of flavor going on and it all ends up coming together in the most delicious way possible. It’s a plate of roasted beets with blood oranges, creamy yogurt, fried rosemary oil, pistachios, briny olives, a splash of vinegar, and some honey to round it all out.
Roasted carrots with scallion vinaigrette, topped with juicy raisins, shaved feta cheese, and roasted hazelnuts. This is the carrot dish of my dreams, and if you like the combination of sweet, salty, nutty, and tangy flavors like me…then I think you’ll think so, too.
What better way to start the Christmas week than with a festive holiday party entrée idea: herb roasted rack of lamb with mint cranberry chutney.
These potatoes are crisp and tender, with a beautifully fragrant, bright pesto and crunchy roasted hazelnuts on top – the perfect dish for either a simple weeknight or a weekend gathering.
Roasted squash is such a good holiday side dish because it’s easy and automatically festive. With just a few more simple touches, it can be one of the best dishes on the table.