Don’t think lasagna is just an Italian recipe. Layer corn tortillas with ground seasoned beef, salsa, and cheese and you have the beginning of a Mexican-inspired lasagna. And thanks to corn tortillas, this recipe is gluten-free. From Unbelievably Gluten-Free by Anne Byrn.Read More...
Frozen puff pastry is easily found in the supermarket freezer section. For fun variations to this recipe, substitute 1 cup fresh blueberries for 1 cup of the peaches. Or sprinkle ¼ cup finely chopped pecans on top of the tart before baking. Or, sprinkle ¼ cup fresh raspberries and another 1 tablespoon sugar on top [...]Read More...
Gazpacho may be stored in the fridge, but for best flavor serve it at room temperature. Choose ripe, locally grown tomatoes. These local, heirloom tomatoes, such as Cherokee Purple, begin dark green with more chlorophyll and ripen into splotchy red tomatoes that are sweeter, have more flavor, and contain more oxidant-fighting carotenoids, says DiscoveryNews.com, than perfectly [...]Read More...
Don’t you just love angel hair pasta? The dry kind cooks in just four minutes! A full-bodied Italian puttanesca sauce is a perfect accompaniment for the delicate pasta. The version here is based on a jar of marinara that you doctor with store-bought black-olive paste, capers, and hot red pepper flakes.
Doctor chicken tenders with a little sherry, soy sauce, garlic, and fresh ginger, to turn out a flavorful meal that’s just right for midweek family suppers or weekend company dinners.
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