This is the best risotto I’ve ever had! It does take some patience with the constant stirring for 20 minutes, but man is it worth it! This recipe makes enough to serve 4, and still tastes amazing the next day. You don’t have to roast the squash before hand, just add it when you start cooking the onions. Or you can … keep reading..
This pork recipe is sweet from the maple syrup, but has a little kick from the curry powder. I like to marinate this over night, so its ready to throw into the oven as soon as i get home from work. The pork is tender, and flavourful. This recipe is fantastic and definitely a keeper! What You’ll Need Large ziplock bag … keep reading..
This spicy peanut stir-fry is an easy dinner, with ingredients you probably already have at home. I like that you can choose how spicy you want your sauce depending on the day. This goes great over garlic rice, and tastes just as good, if not better the second day as leftovers! What You’ll Need Large frying pan with a lid … keep reading..
After ruining what easily felt like a hundred batches of rice, I finally came across an easy and great recipe. I’ve used rice cookers before and somehow still ended up with terrible rice. I decided to ditch the rice cooker and just stick with using a pot. What You’ll Need Small sauce pan with lid Garlic Butter Rice Print … keep reading..
This is one of my go-to recipes. Its easy to prep the sauce and throw the thighs into the oven right when I get home from work. The chicken is tender, while the sauce is thick and gooey – and almost reminds me of a sweet and sour sauce. I like to serve it over garlic rice. These won’t last … keep reading..