This rich, decadent dish hits a harmony of savory garlic and onion and sweet fresh shrimp in a creamy risotto. It's easy to make for a luxurious weeknight dinner.
This light appetizer strikes a perfect balance between sweet and pungent, contrasting two very different flavors that give rise to a complex culinary experience.
There's nothing better than a hot, creamy soup on a winter day. With an emersion blender or food processor, you can adjust the texture to your liking.
Guajillo chiles, found dried in supermarkets, add a deep red color and kick, but are medium-low range in the heat index and okay even for wimpier eaters.
This quick and easy dish flips expectations by putting the noodle over the sauce. Fun and easy for parties, kids and time-strapped weekdays.
This is a yummy, tasty dish is so easy and quick to whip up. There are just 5 basic ingredients and the inclusion of the spinach makes a great healthy option.
Tired of the same-old common cold remedy? Use a little lemongrass and green onion to add a fresh new twist.
This super easy, colorful side-dish is a perfect take on a caprese salad that's easy to grab and snack on at a party. It's gluten-free, paleo, and delicious
Bring a little Creole in your kitchen to warm up cold winter nights! This jambalaya is an excellent companion to our Spanish rice recipe.
Once you've had homemade Spanish rice, you'll never eat those out-of-the-box mixes again. It's all the flavor and none of the weird chemicals. If you save bacon grease, this will be a great time to bust it out and add to the rice. If not, chorizo grease, schmaltz or butter work just as well. This recipe yields quite a bit of rice and refrigerates well for a variety of leftovers.
This is a totally unique flavor combination that you've got to try to believe!
The ramen burger has taken 2013 by storm! You can create your own phenomenon in your kitchen.