Try something new for Fish Fry Friday. These Cornmeal Cod Sliders with Spicy Tartar Sauce will disappear as soon as you put them out. They're deelish!
Dig Inn's Sriracha Maple Brussel Sprouts has been my favorite thing on the menu this Fall. I love the side so much that I decided to make it at home.
Quinoa has become a staple in my kitchen and the tricolor variety is my favorite. It's such a versatile grain and can be used as a side dish, to create a main dish and even to make burgers and hot cereal. This dish that can be served as a Vegetarian meal. I added Shrimp to make it more filling, but you can add whatever other protein you like.
Fair warning, you will see a lot of Trader Joe's items featured in my recipes as I do about 90% of my grocery shopping there and absolutely love the place. I've always been curious about their Lobster Ravioli so this time I took the plunge and put it in my cart. I love ravioli and lobster so it was a no brainer.
This week I whipped up one of my favorite Thai dishes, Drunken Noodles. Drunken Noodles is a spicy stir fried noodles dish that is usually made with broad noodles, but I recently had it in a restaurant made with Japanese Udon noodles and it was so delicious that I had to replicate the dish.
It's amazing the meals that you can pull out of thin air when you're starving. I left work really hungry and couldn't wait to get home and have dinner but wasn't sure what to cook. As I gave it some thought on the way home I decided on Asian Style Chicken Skewers.
It's freezing in NYC and I've been curled up under my covers for most of the weekend. I've been feeling a little under the weather and really craving soup, but I needed something a bit more hearty to fill my belly. I thought Chicken and Dumplings would be perfect. This is a dish that I haven't had since I was a little girl and I've never tried to make it myself. I browsed the web and took a peek at different recipes and decided to freestyle it.