This easy recipe for creamy shrimp and veal pasta is the perfect dinner party main course. Just don’t tell your guests how simple it was to throw together – just stand back and let the compliments roll in!
Welcome to my favorite, always reliable, completely delicious, never-fail dinner party recipe! Dinner party chicken has been my go-to meal whenever I need something I can whip up quickly, that uses simple ingredients, but still comes out with the pizzazz you NEED to make a special evening special. And if you are wanting to make a regular old Thursday night special, it’s perfect for that too.
So if you are wanting a can’t miss dinner party recipe full of bright and colorful veggies and a luxurious, deceptively simple sauce, grab some chicken and let’s make it!
One of the most popular recipes here at Framed Cooks is the one for sheet pan chicken and vegetables, and it’s also one of the recipes that actually gets repeated on a regular basis in my kitchen amid all the new recipes I am forever writing and testing, because it is so easy, so scrumptious and there is exactly one pan to clean up after supper. And because I can never leave well enough alone, I decided to sass this trusty recipe up a little with some different veggies and some sausage, and now I am torn between which one is my favorite.
So if you want to add a little flare to your chicken and vegetables, come on with me and let’s make it!
This ready-in-20-minutes supper (yes you read that right) is one of my summertime favorites. It’s all kind of healthy, it involves the minimum amount of time in the kitchen when what you really want to be doing is enjoying the beautiful outside summertime, and most importantly, it is SCRUMPTIOUS. Tender flaky salmon, cheery asparagus, the bright flavor of lemon, all topped off with crunchy crispy breadcrumbs.
Ready for some salmon with toasted bread crumbs deliciousness? Let’s make it!
I am a big believer in the non-lettuce version of salad when salad is the main course, which is one of the many reasons I love this easy recipe for warm shrimp salad. A salad packed with juicy shrimp and tender asparagus and shavings of parmesan cheese in a warm buttery white wine dressing? I’ll take that over lettuce ANY day of the week. The fact that it only takes about 15 minutes to throw together is purely a bonus. Because when salad season is upon us, you want your warm and wonderful shrimp salad to be ready as soon as possible. Got your shrimp and asparagus ready? Let’s make it!
Oh, this frittata! It is your eggs and your toast mixed up with some fresh veggies and just the right amount of cheese, all in one glorious conglomeration right on your plate. It’s perfect for Sunday brunch, perfect for a weekday supper, and perfect for using up the bits and pieces of veggies and cheese and whatever else you have in your fridge, because it can be varied to your heart’s content. My heart was very happy with these toasted chunks of ciabatta breed, sweet cherry tomatoes, chopped asparagus and Vermont cheddar all nestled in tender egg.