These Asian-inspired spicy ground turkey bowls come together quickly and are a tasty weeknight dinner served alongside dreamy coconut rice and some marinated cucumbers. Don’t stress — it can be as spicy or mild as you prefer.
This delicious and smooth beet soup is as tasty as it is gorgeous! It’s fruity and earthy and is served with a sweet apple-fennel slaw. I included directions for Instant Pot, slow cooker, and stove top! Did you know it’s possible to make an amazing (and easy!) beet soup without turning your kitchen into a …
One skillet meals are my favorite and this Chicken Rice & Mushroom Skillet is high on my list with tender chicken, sauteed mushrooms and the most flavorful rice!
I love easy vegetable side dishes where you toss everything into a pan and forget about it for a while. That’s the case with this beet recipe! They’re cooked in a sweet balsamic orange glaze that’s rich and delicious.
This dry brine turkey recipe is THE BOMB. Dry brining is so much easier than a wet brine and the herb butter under the skin takes this over the top!
My favorite part about this hearty, vegetarian quinoa salad is the sweet dressing made from lemon-infused oil! The whole thing is so light and fresh.
This is THE easiest way to get an herbed butter under the skin of a chicken. Just slip a few of these coins into your chicken and you’ll have more butter on the chicken than on your hands. And a really, really amazing roast chicken (and gravy!)
This hot German inspired potatoes and sauerkraut salad is tossed in a bacon-y vinaigrette is the perfect comfy side dish! You’ll love the smattering of briny sauerkraut throughout.
I think we have a few breakthroughs with this one. 1. This was the first Thai dish I’ve made at home that really tastes authentic. And by authentic, I mean what you would get at a Thai restaurant in the US. (Like most ethnic food, it probably pales in comparison to eating it in its …