Sockeye salmon cakes and a spinach salad with roasted corn, carrots, and toasted chickpeas, lightly dressed with olive oil and balsamic.
Good things come in small packages, and they’re even better when they’re not exactly tiny. These mini burgers are tall in stature and big in flavor thanks to several cloves of roasted garlic. Serve with your choice of garnish (we used cheese, caramelized onions and tomatoes).
Every kitchen needs a pressure cooker. If you didn't realize it.. let this be your wake up call! Pressure cooking causes intense heat and pressure to cook quicker and leave food more moist than usual. When cooking food at high pressure, the various flavors and elements of the dish have nowhere to go but to meld and mix with each other, so you'll often see richer flavor profiles. You also find that cook times are much lower than with any other method. You can cook a tender roast in a little over an hour with one of these things! Well enough of the talk.. how about an amazingly fresh and flavorful pasta dish in as little as 15 minutes flat? Try this recipe.. and feel free to put your own spin on it! Watch our video and please LIKE the video and SUBSCRIBE to our channel!
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Sometimes, you’ve just got to have a big bowl of steaming chili. Here in Texas, it’s all about the meat: beans are nowhere to be found, but you can add in some chippy goodness and make a Frito pie. In this recipe, we combined venison and pork (and bacon fat!) for a hearty dish that’s perfect for any weather, because it’s just so dang good.
I am trying to do more with my slow cooker, since I enjoy coming home to the aroma of something delicious wafting through the air. Here, savory chicken and pork get layered with tortillas and cheese, and cook away happily all day. It’s perfect for a busy weekday meal, as it can be prepared the night before, refrigerated, then put in the slow cooker before you head to work.
As a mestiza Filipina (that means half Filipina, which I am on my mom's side), I find myself being more and more intrigued by the native cuisine as I get older. I love going to Asian markets to peruse the different products! The other day, I saw these cute baby bananas and thought they would make excellent turon, or Filipino banana egg rolls. While regular bananas or plantains are usually used with brown sugar and jackfruit, these little bananas were the perfect size for the wonton wrappers. We also decided to go a little crazy with the fillings, so we did a few with plain brown sugar, some with peanut butter and jelly, and some with peanut butter and chocolate. So good! These sweet bananas and other fillings get a crunchy wrapper for a delicious spin on the traditional Filipino snack.