Cashew Butternut Squash Soup, is a medley of flavors. Mostly mild tasting ingredients, with the usual mirepoix base of onions, carrots and celery in butter. Chunks of potatoes and butternut squash are added, and followed with cashew milk and chicken stock. Finally, the flavor is amped up with some garam masala. It’s marvelous!
It’s the season for comfort food, soups, hearty meat dishes and wholesome veggies, and what works really well with those dishes is a tasty topping. Today’s recipe is a great topping for those dishes, Cashew Parsley Gremolata. It’s a combination of toasted cashew nuts, chopped fresh parsley and lime zest. It’s delicious.
The weather is cooler in New York and I have that yearning for heartier meals. Quick and Easy Meatballs with Tomato Sauce is a hearty dish full of flavor, and as the name states, they’re quick and easy.
These Mole Rubbed Pork Chops are a spicy flavorful pleasure for the palate. One bite and you’re transported to a smokey, sweet and spicy place that you will not want to come back from.
The term “Mole” in this recipe is pronounced “Mo-lay”. So fear not, I am not talking about the weird burrowing creature (tee-hee). This Mole rub is inspired by the Mexican Mole sauce that is served over meat. It is dark, slightly sweet and smokey, just like the rub in this recipe.
Here’s a good one, Brunch Time Sausage and Egg Croissants. This recipe is super tasty and perfect for those times when you have a few friends stay overnight. Imagine how pleased your friends would feel if they were presented with this when they wake up.
Chicken Korma is a super yummy dish. A spicy dish, on the mild side, with bags of flavor. It’s perfect for the fall. Chicken Korma gives you that satisfying comfort without overwhelming your constitution.
Most importantly, no cream is used to make this Chicken Korma dish making it, thankfully, lower in calories.
Braised Swordfish in Parsley Sauce is a really nice meal for two. It’s a great option for a weeknight meal, date night, in fact any night. The swordfish is braised just enough so that the cooked flakes melt in your mouth and is nicely infused with garlic, parsley and lemon juice. It’s delightful!
It’s Labor Day Weekend, and if you, like so many others, are planing on hosting a get together with friends and family, I strongly suggest you add the Triple Cheese Lettuce Wrap Canapes to your menu.
This is an easy recipe. You just mix the bacon, jalapeno and chives with a combination of cream cheese, goats cheese and parmesan and place a modest serving on each romaine lettuce heart leaf. These babies are delicious.