Peanutty Noodles with Seasonal Vegetables
Sauteed vegetables top a tangled of whole-wheat pasta, dressed with a creamy peanut sauce.
Tupelo Honey Coleslaw
From barbecues to fish-fries, coleslaw is the preferred side. Cooks around the South will swear by theirs. This once is a mash-up of creamy and vinegary, and it’s pretty darn good anytime.
Gluten-Free Tamale Pie
This tamale pie is a perfect example of frugal yet delicious cooking. It’s completely free of gluten, dairy, soy, nuts, and eggs too!
These burgers with barbecue flavor cooked right into the beef are sure to be a hit with football fans on game day.
Stacey’s Cuban Black Beans
These are so easy – and you can use canned or dried, though dried are definitely better. I typically like to serve them as a side with Cuban pork loin and warm tortillas.
Longevity Noodles with Chicken
The peanut sauce in this dish also goes well with grilled chicken and it makes an excellent dip for crisp, sliced vegetables.
Happy Family Stir-Fried Rice
During traditional Chinese holidays, families gather for a big feast. Near the end of the meal, everyone enjoys this dish, which symbolizes harmony and happiness.
Chicken and Fresh Corn Enchilada Bake
A yummy chicken dish that can be tossed together just about any way. Great use for your fresh corn but be sure to use corn tortillas that stand up to sauce.
The potato-garlic-cheese mixture sandwiched between the lettuce and tomato results in a delicious gyro.
Eat-Your-Plate Taco Salad with Black Beans and Grilled Corn
If you like, sprinkle this delicious tossed salad with some chopped fresh cilantro.
Mexican Chicken with Yogurt and Almonds
Greek yogurt provides a creamy backdrop to this Mexican-inspired dish.
Galette des Rois
Bring the sweet aromas of a French boulangerie to your kitchen with this easy Epiphany classic made with frozen puff pastry and an almond marzipan filling.
Creamy Enchilada Dip
This dip made with ancho chiles and sour cream tastes like red enchilada sauce; serve it with salty tortilla chips.