An easy summer side dish that’s bursting with flavor: grilled zucchini with ricotta & caper vinaigrette. Sliced zucchini grilled until slightly charred and tender, topped with creamy ricotta cheese, a tangy caper-walnut vinaigrette, and lots of fresh basil. It’s absolutely irresistible, so simple to make, and would be such a tasty addition to any summer cookout! Continue reading “Grilled Zucchini with Ricotta & Caper Vinaigrette”
We are in full Thanksgiving mode over here, and I’m so excited to share the side dish you need to have on your holiday table: caramelized brussels sprouts!
I love roasting vegetables. There’s something about the slight caramelization combined with the perfect amount of seasoning that is irresistible. Another plus: it’s really easy. When I’m cooking for myself on a busy weekday, there’s nothing easier than prepping whatever vegetables are in my fridge and throwing them in the oven. Set a timer and in 20-30 minutes dinner is served (well, part of it at least). I roast a lot of vegetables for the holidays as well. “No muss-no fuss” is the way to go when you’re cooking for a large group of people.
Welcome to The Original Dish! I am thrilled to begin writing my blog in the summertime. When it comes to food, summer screams fresh flavor and bright colors. This simple corn salad packs both of these components into a fun, vibrant dish that is the perfect addition to any backyard barbecue or picnic lunch.