Creamy, cheesy, flavorful & satisfying. This is my new go-to recipe for chicken casserole. No stuffing mixes or condensed cream soups here, no wanna-be cheese either.
This is a very mild curry (which you could heat up with some cayanne and/or crushed red pepper if that’s your preference) and it has notes of cinnamon from the garam masala.
Tender mushrooms, creamy white beans, crunchy collards, a sweet and earthy base.
This can easily fly solo as a vegetarian main course, or be served as a hearty side to a simple sausage or chicken breast.
Succulent chunks of chicken, slightly crunchy bok choy, velvety shiitake mushrooms, a well-rounded flavor that’s slightly salty and powerful with ginger.
A wonderful looking recipe for tuna: a sweet and syrupy pan sauce with thick slices of shiitake mushrooms.
The flavor of the green bell pepper transforms from an underripe, sharp, crisp bite to something soft and sweet. The ancho chili and crushed red pepper are balanced by the sweet potato and carrots. The mushrooms provide a welcome texture contrast. There is nothing boring about this dish.
If you’ve never eaten a cooked radish then you’re missing out.
The sour cream and Greek yogurt give this dish a delightful tang that keeps your mouth coming back for more.
None of these ingredients are set in stone. There’s no limit to the flavor combinations you can make.