This is one of my favorite recipes. I probably make this once a week because it’s so easy and taste delicious. This recipe is perfect to make during the week for a quick dinner and impressive enough to make for something special. This would be great to make for upcoming Valentine’s Day if your pressed for time or not the best cook. It is no way you can mess this dish up, so give it a try! Advertisements
I wanted to share the recipe for the waffles I made for my birthday brunch. As I said before, I didn’t make the chicken to go with these mini bites, but if you have the time, try my recipe for buttermilk brined fried chicken just cut the chicken in smaller pieces. These waffles are great on there own with a little fruit compote or served with fried chicken and a little maple syrup on the side. Also try them with this mixed berry filling and berry syrup. For these mini bites, I served the syrup in small pipettes on the side, which I totally forgot to take a photo of. I just hate soggy waffles and I wanted my guests to be able to control the amount of syrup. I made these waffles in a metal waffles iron and in a non stick. The metal yields a crisper exterior and a nice fluffily interior, but the non stick is way easier to use in my opinion. I rarely use the metal waffle iron so I definitely need a …
This is another quick and easy dish to make with just a few ingredients. It’s also a good way to use up some of the veggies you may have laying around.
After having gnocchi with gorgonzola sauce in Florence, I knew I wanted to re create it at some point. This gnocchi is baked in a creamy blue cheese sauce that is the perfect comfort food. I used a smoked blue cheese, but you can use any type of blue cheese you like. Making the gnocchi takes a little extra time, but store bought gnocchi can definitely be substituted. This dish is great for the upcoming chilly nights as a main dish but would also be a great side for steak or chicken.
Now that the heat wave is over here on the East Coast, it’s possible to go out and grill again. If you are unable to find Meyer lemons, you can substitute with regular lemons. If you are using regular lemons, add an extra tablespoon of honey. I served this chicken kabob style with a quick grilled flat bread that I made using some left over pizza dough. Just lightly brush the dough with olive oil and grill for just a few minutes on each side.
If your looking for something to do with your leftover chili, this is a great option. The sauce is so simple and it also helps to use up some of the chipotles used in the chili. I used pappardelle for this, but you can use any pasta you like.
Who doesn’t like a bowl of warm chili on a cold winter night? This chili has the perfect amount of heat and a little smokiness form chipotle. This chili is great on it’s own but you can also us the leftovers for tacos, pasta, and sandwiches. I hope you give it a try!
Of course I had to show you what I did with my left over pulled pork and strawberry mango BBQ sauce! I mixed a little BBQ sauce with the pork while it was re heating. I topped my flour tortilla with the pork, a little more BBQ sauce, fresh salsa, sour cream, cotija cheese, Habanero hot sauce, and a squeeze of lime. Delish!
I have been on a food binge since the holiday started, so for New Years I decided to have one last food splurge. One of my favorite restaurants is Bobby Flay Steak in the Borgata and I really love the Philadelphia Style Strip Steak. Which is served with a provolone cheese sauce and caramelized onions. I couldn’t think of a better way to blow calories than on a nice thick steak covered in creamy cheese sauce. Yummy!