Skillet Seafood Sausage Paella will make you look like a Master Chef when you put it on the table. Paella is a Spanish dish that combines saffron-flavored rice with seafood, meats, and vegetables. It’s a one-pot meal that is a pleasure to the eyes and tastes worthy for a king. Although it may look complicated, you will be surprised at how easy it is to make.
Irish American Lamb Stew is an Americanized version of the classic Irish Stew. Guinness stout gives richness and depth to this lamb stew without any hint of beer flavor. This is probably the most flavorful gravy you have ever tasted so do serve the stew with Irish mashed potatoes.
Sausage vegetable stew is perfect for a cold winter night’s family meal. It only takes about an hour to make this hearty, heartwarming meal. I serve it with garlic bread or artisan bread, and it’s filling enough on its own.
Cheesy Tuna Helper copycat recipe is made from scratch. Rather than grab that box from the store shelf, try this easy version. It doesn’t really take that much longer. The flavor and texture is far superior. This is not your Grandma’s tuna casserole!
Veggie Yellow Rice gets its characteristic bright yellow color from ground turmeric. You have probably used the yellow rice mix in cylindrical cellophane package commonly sold at most grocery stores. This scratch version assures you get a fresher flavor without the preservatives, and it is just as easy to make.
Colorful 7 Veggie Rice combines aromatic arborio rice with the goodness of seven different vegetables. It is the perfect side dish for any entree. Fast and easy.
Vegetable soup is a common leftover taken in thermos bottles for a hearty lunch at work or school. Level it up with this fresh and flavorful Asian version easily made on the spot simply by adding hot water. Layers of napa cabbage, bean sprouts, snap peas, carrots, and tofu are […]
Macaroni salad and potato salad are traditional cold side dishes for family gatherings in the South. Granny-Ma’s version was pretty basic — pretty much just elbow macaroni, mayonnaise, onions, celery, and sweet relish. When I met my husband’s family, Italians from the Northeast, I was introduced to tuna macaroni salad. […]