An easy weeknight dinner of shrimp nestled in a spiced tomato sauce, topped with chunks of feta.
The fresh flavors of this easy recipe only requires seven ingredients. A great option for using those garden tomatoes and basil.
Decided to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a new taco recipe ... one that ended up being a keeper. The combination of flavors is perfect!
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.
One of the funky, backwater delights of Cajun country is a huge pot of shrimp boiled along with potatoes and corn in a ton of spicy seasonings, spilled onto a table (platters are optional), dunked in dipping sauce, and devoured with pitchers of ice-cold beer.
We love when friends share a favorite recipe. This cordon bleu is a modern take on a traditional dish with fresh addition of prosciutto, arugula and Brie cheese.
Carnitas, literally meaning "little meats", is a dish of Mexican cuisine originating from the state of Michoacán. Carnitas are made by braising or simmering pork in oil or preferably lard until tender.