I should probably start this with a disclaimer – I’ve never actually eaten at Carrabba’s. However, I saw this recipe as a “Thought You’d Never Ask” in the Orlando Sentinel, and thought it sounded amazing. The first time that I made it, it wasn’t that good. But with the changes that I made, it was right…
Bolognese Sauce, known in Italian as Ragù alla Bolognese is a rich and meaty sauce that is slowly simmered for several hours to intensify its flavor. Serve it over pasta or use it in lasagna or baked ziti for a hearty, flavorful meal. Freeze any leftovers for a quick and satisfying weeknight meal. As an added…
You get home late from work, and the question is – what’s for dinner? You open the refrigerator and see wonton wrappers, leftover ricotta cheese, leftover meat sauce, and shredded mozzarella cheese. The answer is clear – these absolutely delicious Lasagna Cups!
Bang Bang Chicken is a perfect appetizer for any occasion. It features extra crispy chicken bites drizzled with an amazing creamy sweet chili sauce. On top of that, it’s quick and easy to prepare!
Chicken Pot Pie in Puff Pastry is a great alternative to the traditional one enclosed in pastry. It’s the ultimate comfort food, packed full of goodness and simple to prepare.
What do you make when you have some red wine, chicken thighs, and mushrooms that need to be used? Why Coq au Vin of course! If you didn’t know, Coq au Vin is a classic French dish of chicken cooked in red wine with onions, carrots, garlic, mushrooms and fresh herbs added.
It’s not Shepherd’s Pie because it doesn’t have lamb. It’s not Cottage Pie because there’s no beef. So what to call the close equivalent that contains ground turkey? The Master Taste Tester suggested “Shottage” Pie – the clever combination of Shepherd and Cottage!
Grilled Honey Mustard Chicken Thighs is a snap to make and absolutely delicious. This was a first at grilling chicken thighs, so I decided to try a different marinade and basting sauce than I typically use. I thought I’d try honey mustard. Boy was it good!
If you’re looking for a perfect dish to serve for your Cinco de Mayo celebration, look no further. Chicken Enchiladas with Red Chili Sauce is easy to make, and absolutely delicious to eat!
Sous vide is a French cooking technique whereby vacuum sealed food is cooked in a temperature controlled water bath for an extended period of time. The temperature is significantly lower than would normally be used to cook the food.