Have leftover shrimp cocktail or just need a healthy appetizer? This fully-cooked Weight Watchers version of shrimp ceviche is quick to assemble and have ready in minutes.
A simple way to quickly cook up a shrimp appetizer without having to boil. You can easily change up the spice to anything that sounds tasty!
I've lived in Wisconsin nearly my entire life, yet only recently started enjoying this classic Wisconsin cocktail. You won't find a supper club anywhere in the state that doesn't serve this!
Full of flavor and a simple, one-pot meal. The cream balances nicely with the combination of cajun spices and smoked paprika.
The original recipe calls this a salad, but our first time making it, we opted to have the salmon as the main dish and the tossed salad on the side. Delicious!
Now I know why she’s referred to as the “Butter Chicken Lady” ... Instant Pot Butter Chicken by Two Sleevers tastes just like restaurants serve. We need to work on getting it a little thicker, but the depth of flavor was amazing. Paired perfect with our favorite Indian Baked Rice recipe.
A friend made this dip for our neighborhood game night. It was so delicious that I just had to include on our blog. Great to serve with apple slices and graham sticks.