Chicken tagine (stew) is a classic Moroccan dish. Normally tagine is made with beef, lamb, or chicken with fruits and vegetables and loaded with lots of spices. Normally this recipe has olives it but my husband doesn’t like olive so I substitute with salt or capers. If you use capers, use 2 tablespoons. Serve over hot […]
Boiled potatoes are simple and a great alternative to mashed potatoes as a side. In Norway, all they serve are these boiled potatoes next to the best Salmon you’ll ever eat.
Adding the salt into pot in the first step is key. Make sure not to forget that step!
I love eggs for breakfast. Whoever came up with the idea of baking eggs in a muffin pan was genius! Hope you like my version of eggs baked in a muffin pan. I used bell peppers, tomatoes, cheese, with mini hash browns on the bottom but the sky is the limit with this one. You […]
Most crumb cakes are made with a sour cream but I prefer the buttermilk kind. Using buttermilk is healthier since sour cream is high in fat. This makes eating a sweet dessert better…at least for me! Print Recipe Crumb Cake Servings Servings Share this Recipe Powered by WP Ultimate Recipe
Pumpkin is good anytime of year…why not! I found this recipe online a few years ago and I have made my own variation of it over the years. Adding oats into this cookie makes it more hardy and less cakey. I don’t know about you but I like my cake cakey and my cookie more sweet […]
I have never been a big fan of chicken noodle soups. Most of them are so bland and boring but that’s my opinion…. My favorite soups have tons of vegetables in them with homemade noodles my mom used to make. This soup is not a childhood soup but it makes me feel better when I’m under […]
This is an easy meatloaf to make and I love adding stove top stuffing mix to add flavor. Stove top stuffing isn’t just for thanksgiving anymore! Ground turkey tends to be on the bland side so adding the stuffing makes the difference. Buy one package low fat turkey and one that’s has more fat. And… […]
A great and healthy side next to anything. Skip the balsamic if you are not a fan and roast with just the salt and pepper. Add minced garlic for a different flavor! Print Recipe Roasted Asparagus with Balsamic Course Side Dish Servings Course Side Dish Servings Share this Recipe Powered by WP Ultimate Recipe
The ingredients and cooking tools you use in your kitchen can make or break your meal. Usually, a product that’s great will have a bevy of worthy reviews. Always make sure to read reviews on the pots, pans, or kitchen appliances you are buying. Saving a buck, two, or ten may not be worth it […]