Whether you like or dislike red or white pasta sauces you may very well love the two combined. Full disclosure, I've never been a fan of either, but was convinced by a friend to try the 'pink' sauce at a very popular local pasta shop. Taking that leap of faith was a great idea, because I LOVED it!
I didn't want to burn Kevin's mouth with my overly spicy palette, but I also wasn't quite in the mood for something as tame as oregano or seasoned salt. Thus, a mix of both.
Garlic Parmesan Crusted Tilapia | foodwinediy.com
Little time? You'll need little prep. Keep it simple: one fish, one side. Clean eating at it's quickest.
I just wish I would have known about Costco's excellent seafood department sooner! For under $3 per serving I can have fresh seafood on the table for dinner, I never thought I could find such a healthy deal.
Got sauce packets? Time to clean out that overflowing drawer and use them in your next dish. My massive collection of takeout packets spans from the mild sweet & sours all the way up to Taco Bell Diablo sauce, and they can really be the unsung hero of a new meal concept when you least … Continue reading The Sauce [Packet] is Boss
Sometimes there just isn't time for fresh veggies but that doesn't mean you can't still keep dinner 'better for you.' Don't run to the frozen pizza just yet, read on. My latest find are these delicious Rice Sides packets made by Knorr. There were about a 10 different flavors at the grocery store when I … Continue reading Healthy(er) in a Hurry: Rice Sides from Knorr
Simple, but sometimes still forgotten - the quesadilla. With just 5 ingredients, most of which you will already have home, you can hardly go wrong. Two flour tortillas 1/2 - 3/4 cups shredded cheese, I love a Mexican blend of cheeses for mine Your filling(s) of choice, boneless/skinless chicken breast for me Mrs. Dash's Southwest … Continue reading I’ll Have the Quesadilla, #yum
Add some variety to tried-and-true favorites by giving my homemade teriyaki glaze a try.
The Challenge: Give Kale a Chance. Just like any other vegetable, the key to its appeal is knowing how to cook it - learn how on today's blog.