I was a little apprehensive to do this one. I love Asparagus, but at times the ‘Cream of (insert random vegetable name)’ soup doesn’t translate the same way as the vegetable it comes from. I decided to give this one a go anyway, and I was glad I did. Just fry up some Chicken breasts, then make the sauce the way I did in this recipe. It definitely is a great change from the norm!!
Sometimes it’s hard to know what type of appetizers will be a hit, or a miss at gatherings. I always say experiment, but do it simple. This is why I think dips are one of the best ways to go. Store bought dips I feel are the garden variety, not much imagination, and always taste like they’re lacking real flavor. This recipe steps up to the plate, and delivers a sure fire home run. It’s bold, flavorful, but not over powering. Serve this up with some pretzels at your next bar-b-Que, or board game night!!
Try this simple, and easy recipe to spice up your baked potatoes. With some ground beef, cream cheese, onion, and some black pepper, you have a delicious, and filling meal that’s inexpensive to make!!
What makes this recipe so rich in flavor is the combination of tomato sauce, sausage, and white wine. There’s a lot of little steps to this one. However, with proper preparation of your ingredients, you’ll be able to go through this one in less than an hour. Not to mention, it’ll be totally worth it once you taste it. You can also use this recipe on pasta as well!!
Learn how to cook this quick & easy recipe for Thai Chicken Pizza. I’ve always been an adventurous person when it came to trying new types of food. I particularly have grown fond of Sushi, Sashimi, Asian, Thai, and Korean cuisine in general. This recipe puts a spin on the traditional pizza, while introducing you to cultural tastes of Thai food.
Here’s a quick & easy recipe for Ravioli & Sausage. You can use sweet, or hot sausage links for this, then top with fresh Parmesan cheese!!!