I love making anything along the lines of this easy beef stir-fry, because the actual cooking goes so quickly, and before you know it you are sitting down to an amazingly flavorful dish full of deliciousness that (with all due respect to our favorite take-out joint) is full of good and good for you ingredients. This particular one mixes up beef, a little pasta and some veggies with a light and flavorful sauce that is sure to have them asking for seconds (and I highly recommend doubling this recipe because the leftovers? OH YES.) Ready for some stir-fry deliciousness? Let’s make it!
It’s amazing how just a little bit of certain flavors can totally transform a recipe from ordinary to oh-my-gosh, can I have some more? Take this simple little recipe for brown sugar salmon, for example. A simple little topping made out of brown sugar, mustard and a few other things spread on top of a salmon filet takes a regular ho-hum piece of roasted salmon and transforms it into a plate of sweet and savory mouthwatering deliciousness. Ready to get some delectable and easy seafood onto your supper table? Let’s make it!
Oh, this soup…now that it is August and the sweet corn is all around us, this corn shrimp chowder is going into constant rotation in my house. Not only is it ready in a jiffy, but it combines two of my favorite summer flavors…corn and shrimp…along with one of my favorite 365 days a year flavor, bacon! It’s delicious both piping hot right out of the pot, and also cooled down to room temperature for those sultry summer evenings.
So the next time you are picking up some fresh ears of corn at your local farm stand, toss a few extra in your bag and let’s make it!
This bowl of smoked salmon potato salad is not only a rainbow full of delicious tastes and textures, it also is an explosion of healthiness, and honestly, what more could you ask for in a salad? Cheery cherry tomatoes, tender potatoes, crunchy lettuce and the silky, salty taste of smoked salmon, with some capers and chopped pickle for sass, and just a hint of creamy dressing. And except for boiling up the potatoes, exactly NO cooking, which is music to my ears during these sultry summer evenings.
Ready to dish up some of this healthy deliciousness in YOUR kitchen? Let’s make it!
We are currently in a salmon situation in our house, because every once in a while we get a little, oh, INDULGENT (more on that in a bit) and I have to get us back on a heathy eating track. And that always involves salmon, which is not only one of our favorite fishies, but is also a superfood (so are tea and blueberries by the way, two of my other faves!). And when you are doing a deep dive into healthy eating, anything that is a superfood sounds good to me. In this case, I kept a little of the naughtiness going by bathing my salmon in a mixture of bourbon and lime and other good things, but just enough to give it a little sass. Super good and good for you…let’s make it!
Leftover cooked chicken, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways…on the other hand, let me not, because we would be here all day. But one of the ways is definitely in this couldn’t-be-easier recipe for chicken soba noodle salad. Soba noodles, all kinds of fresh chopped veggies, a little of your favorite vinaigrette dressing, and that cooked chicken, torn into bite-sized shreds. It’s a healthy, hearty salad that helps welcome in spring with its colorful vegetables. Ready for some springtime salad deliciousness? Let’s make it!