Filled with Indian flavors, sliced bell pepper, fresh plum tomatoes, healthy spinach and sunny little eggs, this South Asian Spiced Shakshuka is the perfect vegetarian option for a lovely brunch!
This recipe for Baked Chile Relleno substitutes an oven-baked cornmeal and panko crust for the usual deep fried exterior. Gluten-Free and FODMAP friendly, it’s a delicious addition to your table!
A recipe for hot and spicy Salsa Ranchera Sauce, featuring freshly roasted plum tomatoes and serrano chiles – a great addition to tacos, enchiladas, nachos, and more. Best of all, the recipe is FODMAP friendly, Gluten-Free, and easily Vegetarian too!
Guys. Do you know what day it is? IT’S NATIONAL MARGARITA DAY! In celebration, I want to share this Spicy Jalapeno Pineapple Margarita recipe with you. It’s hard to explain why this is so exciting to me. Margaritas are a bit of a big deal in our household. The perfect margarita is both sweet and sour, balanced beautifully with a rim of crunchy salt. You can just taste the tequila on the tip of your tongue and the back of your throat – the flavor as well as the burn. One should never quite be enough. We don’t make them […]
Hot wings are a fan-favorite at any gameday party. I think it’s become tradition for many to have some variety of these flavors at any given sports event, so I had to include my favorite version in my Super Bowl recipe series this year. These Giant Baked Hot Wings with Homemade Blue Cheese Dressing will be a crowd-pleasing snack at any event, and they are simple and hassle-free to make. You don’t have to point it out – I know these “wings” are actually giant drumsticks, and there isn’t an actual wing to be found. I can’t say I’m sorry about […]
Today I’m sharing one of my absolute favorite canning recipes, and the first preserving technique I’ve yet to post to the blog. If you like sweet and spicy heat, Candied Jalapeno Slices are deliciously addictive and this is the post for you! I started canning about a year and a half ago. Before that, I’d always assumed preserving would cost a lot to get into, both in equipment and produce. After a quick look online though, I found out I could get a starter kit (like this one or this one) on Amazon for around $10, and that my stockpot […]