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Month: August 2018

Cuban Corn Stew

Cuban Corn Stew

This is a Cuban Corn Stew called Guiso de Maiz in Spanish. It’s a traditional Cuban dish, and like most Cuban recipes this stew is made from easy to find, affordable ingredients. Made with pork stew meat, corn, potatoes and spices, this stew is perfect for tight budgets and hungry appetites.

Italian Sausage Parmigiana

Italian Sausage Parmigiana

Italian Sausage Parmigiana, for this dish, flavorful Italian sausage is topped with pasta sauce, mozzarella and Parmesan cheeses and crunchy breadcrumbs. Then it’s served on top of a bed of pasta, for a fun take on traditional Parmigiana. Since it comes together quickly and easily this delicious dinner is perfect for hectic weeknights. Enjoy!

Baked Chicken and Vegetables

Baked Chicken and Vegetables

This baked chicken and vegetables is a whole meal in one pan. This dish is really easy to prep and cook. While the cooking time is a little over an hour, it’s totally hands off. Once it’s done, you’ll have a wholesome, filling and delicious meal with very little fuss.

Beer Brats

Beer Brats

These beer brats are easy to make and delicious. Fresh bratwurst are browned and simmered in beer. The sausages are served on buns and topped with sliced onions that were cooked in the same skillet; so they’re golden and super flavorful.

Pork Schnitzel

Pork Schnitzel

If you’re looking for something different for dinner, or you want to put together an Oktoberfest feast, try this pork schnitzel recipe. Schnitzel is a piece of meat that has been pounded thin. Then it’s dredged in flour, breaded, fried and served with fresh lemon. The pork is simply seasoned with salt; the lemon really wakes up the flavor of the dish.

Pastelitos de Carne

Pastelitos de Carne

Pastelitos de carne are meat filled pastries that are topped with a sweet glaze. They can be found in Cuban cafeterias and restaurants all over Miami. But there’s no need to make the trip, because they can easily be made at home.

Taco Dip

Taco Dip

This taco dip is a great alternative for taco night. It also makes a great appetizer for your next game-day spread. This dip is quick and easy. It’s made with lean ground turkey instead of ground beef, but don’t worry, the flavor is all there thanks to a combination of spices. The taco meat is generously layered with refried beans, cheese, black olives, green onions and tomatoes, making it hearty and delicious.

Ginger Spiced Pumpkin Soup

Ginger Spiced Pumpkin Soup

This ginger spiced pumpkin soup is the perfect way to get in the mood for Fall. It’s really easy to make and full of wholesome ingredients. With fresh pumpkin, onions, carrots, celery, garlic, and ginger, it’s not short on flavor!

Ham Fried Rice

Ham Fried Rice

This ham fried rice is perfect for using up leftover white rice; not to mention that open pack of bacon, and the eggs you bought a few weeks ago. Actually, most of the ingredients needed for this meal are probably sitting in your fridge already. It’s really easy to make and super good.

Italian Sausage Lentil Soup

Italian Sausage Lentil Soup

This Italian sausage lentil soup is hearty, delicious and full of good-for-you ingredients. It’s loaded with lentils, carrots, celery, onions, potatoes, and spinach. Ok sure, it has Italian sausage, but you have to live a little, right? Add a hearty piece of crusty bread and this soup makes a very satisfying meal.