Confession time – I stole this recipe from Hello Fresh. and it cost me a whole lot less to make myself than ordering through them! I had everything at home except the chicken sausage, spinach, and grape tomatoes, which cost me about $10.
Why struggle to make gravy at the last minute on Thanksgiving, when you can make it a day or two in advance! Just reheat in a saucepan over medium heat. The turkey stock can be made, cooled and frozen for up to 6 months.
I don’t usually use pork in a stir fry, but this turned out really good. I also added some sriracha at the end, because we like things spicy.
Sometimes you just need some comfort food, and this is it! Serve with mashed potatoes.
This is a tasty dish that is not too spicy. If you like more spice, feel free to add something like sriracha, cayenne pepper, or hot chile paste.
If you don’t think you like cauliflower, then you have never had it roasted. Try it!
You can either serve this as a salad, or as a salsa with tortilla chips. Fresh corn off the cob is best, although you can use thawed frozen corn if it is not in season. But for the love of all that is holy, please not use canned corn. Ick!
This is so easy to make and has a lot of flavor. Great for busy weekday dinners!
You can either make this Greek dish on skewers, or if you’re lazy (or don’t have a grill) do what I did. Put the ingredients in a baking dish and roast at 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes. Make sure you serve it with my Tzatziki!
Some people like Ranch dressing on everything. I like Tzatziki! This goes great with pita chips as an appetizer, or any Greek-style meat like my Souvlaki.