Have you ever taken a bite from a beautifully plated meal and felt like you've been transported to a distant land? Well, after one bite of this salad, you can close your eyes and imagine you are dining in an Italian villa. This elegant Burrata Prosciutto and heirloom tomato salad, and oh-so-delicious dish is the…
Since I have not been to the gym in a while (I hate to admit it), I'm trying to find ways to maintain my weight through diet. So I decided to jump on the bandwagon and prepared this Whole30 recipe to see what the hype was all about. If you are not familiar, Whole30 is a diet based on…
It's time to be transported to Italy with Beef Rollatini. This is a dish that I'd never heard of before, but it's one I will definitely not forget. This recipe was prepared by my friend and chef, Frans Muller. He combined what I thought would be some unlikely flavors to create a dinner masterpiece. Beef Rollatini does require some prep, but it is a simple dish to make that will surely impress. The beef is rolled with a mixture of smoked mozzarella, toasted pine nuts, spinach and raisins. Trust me, it will be delicious until the last bite!
Looking for a simple and flavorful dish light enough for summer and packed with delicious Asian flavors? Look no further, my Korean Beef Bowl will definitely hit the spot! This dish consists of stir-fried marinated beef tossed with a salad of crisp green beans, carrots and scallions, plated on a bed of fluffy rice. The meal is a perfect way to enjoy an Asian dish without all the deep frying and heavy sauces.
Banh Mi Vietnamese Pork Sandwiches are a delicious way to mix up you ordinary sandwich routine. These flavorful sandwiches are perfect for lunch or dinner. They combine juicy meatballs with a spicy mayo, plus fresh herbs and tangy pickled carrots. These flavor combinations will excite all of your taste buds. This recipe does have quite a few ingredients, but is very easy to make. You may have to pick up some items from your local Asian grocer /Asian isle at your grocery store. If you need a reference, check out my Asian Ingredients post for an some helpful tips.
My husband's favorite cut of meat is by far hanger steak. Known for its flavor and flank steak like texture, this less known cut of meat is sometimes referred to as a "butcher's cut", since this prized steak was said to be too good to share with their customers. This steak is best prepared with a marinate or dry rub and can hold up many different seasonings and spices. Hanger Steak can be hard to find at major grocery stores, but your local butcher will most likely carry this juicy cut. For this recipe, I simply grilled it and served my Hanger Steak with Chimichurri sauce.