Posts Tagged "All Recipes"

Grilled Sausages with Butternut Squash Relish

Grilled Chicken Sausage with Butternut Squash Relish

Have you ever had butternut squash and sausage together? Have you ever had butternut squash relish?! Prepare for your mind to be blown! Turns out, butternut squash relish is the perfect seasonal accompaniment to a tasty grilled sausage. You gotta try this! When I was thinking up this recipe, I was looking to create something fun to eat that screamed Read More

Anchovy and Herb Compound Butter

anchovy butter

Have you guys been making compound butter? Because you need to be! This Anchovy and Herb Compound Butter is the perfect accompaniment to a big juicy steak but can also be used to jazz up (yep, jazz) a variety of different dishes! What is compound butter, you ask? Compound butter is simply a mixture of butter and other ingredients. I Read More

Shrimp and Pork Belly Fried Rice

shrimp and pork belly fried rice

I don’t want to play favorites because I really love ALL fried rice but, this shrimp and pork belly combo just might be my favorite! You can forget about ordering in because this recipe is quick, easy and really delicious! Make sure to read through this post for tips to make your best fried rice ever. Growing up, my family Read More

Pan con Tomate

Pan con Tomate

This recipe is meant for the end of summer, when tomatoes are in season and in abundance! These tomato toasts are made with only a few simple ingredients but are one of the most delicious appetizers you’ll ever try! Pan con Tomate (also called Pa amb Tomàquet) is a Spanish tapas dish. As I’m sure you’ve figured out, the name Read More

Caprese Salad with Prosciutto

Caprese with prosciutto

Everybody loves a good caprese salad, right? This one is extra special with two types of tomatoes and a layer of prosciutto! This is definitely one of the most delicious ways to celebrate tomato season. The caprese salad originated in Capri, Italy (hence the name) and consisted of tomatoes, cow’s milk mozzarella, and oregano. Nowadays, you see this salad all Read More

Jalapeño Cheddar Chicken Burgers

chicken burgers with guacamole

Flavorful chicken burgers with all the toppings that take only minutes to make? Sign me up! These Jalapeño Cheddar Chicken Burgers are perfect for an easy (and healthy!) backyard get together. I was so excited to be able to get a “first taste” package of al fresco‘s newest product line–chicken burgers! I have been a huge fan of al fresco Read More

Ricotta Stuffed Zucchini Flowers

ricotta stuffed zucchini flowers

Zucchini flowers are one of my favorite summer foods! They have a very delicate zucchini flavor and can be stuffed, fried, stuffed and fried, added to pastas and pizzas, tossed in a salad—the possibilities are endless! One of my favorite ways to prepare zucchini flowers is by stuffing them with herbed ricotta, dipping them in a light batter and frying Read More

Pasta alla Gricia

Pasta alla Gricia

Guanciale, pecorino, pepper, pasta. These are the ingredients for one of Rome’s cornerstone pastas, Pasta alla Gricia. If you haven’t tried Pasta alla Gricia yet, get ready to fall in love! There may only be a few ingredients, but they come together to make pasta magic! Pasta alla Gricia comes from the Lazio region of Italy where Rome is. Rome Read More

Easy Caramelized Onions

caramelized onions in a bowl

Caramelized onions are that special element that can transform ordinary dishes into magically delicious flavor bombs. Okay maybe that was a bit dramatic, but they are indeed very delicious. Caramelized onions will keep in the refrigerator for about a week so whip up a batch and upgrade your sandwich, pizza, pasta, egg, and burger game! They are also easy to Read More

Sweet Apple Sausage and Gouda Sandwich

Sweet Apple Sausage and Gouda Sandwich

I love a good sandwich and I’m always looking to create new and exciting ways to eat them. This combination of Sweet Apple Sausage, smoked gouda and a tangy, crunchy slaw all piled onto a big bakery roll is a winner! I’m using al fresco’s Sweet Apple Chicken Sausages for this recipe—they may be my new obsession! I’m a big Read More