I’m showing you how to make a tomato sauce using fresh tomatoes. You’ll often hear me say in these videos that what we’re making is way better than what you can buy at the store and with this, not only is it better, but you literally can’t get this at a store! If you’ve never done this before, I think you’ll be surprised at how simple and easy it is-in fact, the hardest thing will be finding vine-ripened tomatoes.
Fall is approaching and this recipe will have your taste buds dancing for joy!
This cinnamon yeast bread is made with whole wheat flour and zucchini. You can barely detect the zucchini, so it’s great to feed to kids! It is tender, slightly sweet, and perfect served with butter on top! It’s great eaten with dinner or toasted for breakfast.
A delicious hearty soup featuring BelGioioso ®icotta con Latte(®).
If you like watermelon you’re going to love this refreshing martini made with fresh watermelon juice, watermelon-infused simple syrup, your favorite vodka with a Tajin® rimmed glass. This is the perfect cocktail for summer fun on the patio with family and friends.
This dip, packed with sausage, salsa, and cheese, is both creamy and chunky, making it a hearty snack for one or a group. Try this dip instead of ready-made queso at your next gathering (or just enjoy it solo; we won’t tell).
Yassa is originally from Senegal but is very much a part of the Gambian cuisine experience. It can be prepared with fish or chicken. It is marinated overnight with lots of lemons, spices, pepper, and onions and then traditionally cooked the next day on a charcoal grill. I often say yassa is a lemon-pepper and onion lover’s delight.
This elegant dinner comes together in less than 30 minutes, and is a fabulous dinner to serve for date night at home, or for a dinner party, and even if you’re doing dinner solo it’s still an awesome meal to enjoy – just adjust the ingredient quantities.
The horseradish adds a little tang to offset the sweetness. Stir into pulled pork, add a topping to grilled or roasted chicken, fish, or pork, or stir some into fried rice or BBQ sauce. The sky’s the limit on ways to serve this.
Loads of green goodness in this fun twist on shakshuka. Served up on grilled toast, it’s a weekend brunch vibe you will appreciate.