Sundried Tomato Chicken is inspired by the flavors of the Mediterranean. I love the natural sweetness of sun-dried tomatoes and the perky flavor of fresh oregano. Here, they come together, along with garlic, black olives, and Parmesan cheese to give new life to otherwise dull, boring chicken.
Roast Garlic Spinach Dip takes a classic party appetizer to new levels. The mellow, nutty flavor of roast garlic is an added bonus to the ever popular cheesy spinach dip. But wait, did I forget to mention the bacon? Yes!
Scallions are most commonly referred to as green onions in the United States. They are a variety of young onions with a long, thin white base that has not yet developed into a bulb and long straight green stalks that look like giant chives. Both the white base and the green stalks are commonly eaten.
Americans know Cob Loaf Spinach Dip as a spinach dip in a bread bowl. In New Zealand and Australia, it is known simply as a “cob loaf”. It is just as popular Down Under as it is here in the States.
Cheesy Breakfast Strata is perfect for breakfast, brunch, or as a light dinner with a salad. Swiss cheese, chives, and bacon give a kick to bland potatoes and eggs. The flavor is fabulous, and it is even good at room temperature.
Pineapple Glazed Chicken brings the bright flavors of the islands to your table. The pineapple glaze is so simple, you hardly need a recipe but oh so yummy. This recipe is particularly pleasing to children, and luckily, it is quite easy to make.
Herb Potato Pie is sure to become one of your new favorite side dishes. I’m always looking for new ways to serve potatoes, and this one is both eye-pleasing and flavorful.
Swiss Mushroom Chicken packs a flavorful punch and will soon become one of your go-to poultry main dishes. The chicken is browned, covered in mushrooms, green onions, sour cream sauce, and Swiss cheese, then baked to perfection.