This caramel popcorn is the perfect salty, sweet snack. Put a bowl out at your holiday party, game day festivities or movie night and watch it disappear. This snack is super easy to make and uses simple ingredients you probably have on hand already. It’s made with butter, brown sugar, vanilla extract, popcorn, salt and oil, that’s it.
Buffalo chicken wings are a party favorite and a game-day must. These spicy chicken wings are fall off the bone, and they’re baked not fried. The trick here is to use a baking sheet lined with a cooling rack so air can circulate around the wings. The skin dries up nicely and the inside stays tender and moist.
This is a fun and easy tapas platter to put together for your next holiday party or a last minute cocktail party. We keep things simple with meats and cheeses and add a special touch with olives and sardines in extra virgin olive oil. Then we add some extras like: crusty bread, redskin Spanish peanuts, green grapes and fig jam.
This chicken and broccoli pasta is an easy, affordable dinner your family will love. In this recipe, chicken breasts are combined with broccoli and pasta in a creamy garlic and parmesan sauce. The sauce is not too heavy because it’s made with milk instead of cream. This is a great meal to make on busy weeknights.
This artichoke chicken is quick, easy and delicious! In this recipe, chicken breasts are seasoned with an Italian-inspired blend and cooked with artichokes and tomatoes in a delicious wine and lemon sauce. Serve the chicken with pasta or on its own with a generous piece of crusty bread to soak up the delicious lemon-wine sauce.
These baked potato slices topped with melted cheddar cheese and crispy, crumbled bacon make a great appetizer or side dish. This recipe is a fun take on a loaded baked potato. They’re simple to make and budget friendly. Potatoes are so delicious and versatile, perfect for picnics and game-day festivities.
Carne con papas is a popular Cuban dish that’s on regular rotation in many Cuban households. It’s a home-cooked comfort food favorite! In English carne con papas translates to beef with potatoes. The ingredients are similar to what you’d put in a beef stew, but it’s saucy instead of soupy.
Buffalo chicken meatballs are great on their own or in a sandwich with lettuce, tomato and blue cheese dressing. These meatballs are made with ground chicken, onion, garlic, spices and a little hot sauce. Then they’re baked and tossed in a simple, two ingredient buffalo sauce. They’re easy and delicious!
This tortellini salad comes together quickly and is as pretty as it is delicious. With cheese tortellini, fresh tomatoes, mozzarella, salami, olives, onions and a homemade Italian inspired dressing this cold salad makes a great side dish or a refreshing lunch or dinner on its own.
The best part of making meatloaf is the next-day leftover meatloaf sandwich! I know just about everyone has their favorite meatloaf recipe. Maybe you developed it through the years, or you got it from your Nana, either way it’s going to be delicious in this sandwich.
We may use ground turkey instead of beef in this meatloaf recipe but we don’t skimp on flavor! By adding sautéed vegetables, lots of condiments, seasonings, and topping the whole thing off with bacon, this meatloaf is definitely not bland. On the contrary, it’s moist and flavorful.
These sesame noodles are a go-to for busy weeknights. A hot meal that takes less than 30 minutes to make and the only cooking involved is boiling noodles. Finding quick and easy recipes is important if you want to serve your family home-cooked meals. Asian inspired dishes are great for this.
This steak and mushrooms dinner comes together quickly, and it’s absolutely delicious. In this recipe, thick sirloin steaks are pan fried until golden and cooked to your liking. Then the pan juices are used as a base to make a flavorful homemade mushroom and onion gravy.
These homemade pork egg rolls make a great appetizer or side to an Asian-style meal. In this recipe, the egg rolls are stuffed with a combination of pork and vegetables that are flavored with a savory sauce. The ingredients we use are a little unconventional. We go with a broccoli slaw; it’s a combination of broccoli, carrots and red cabbage.