Halloumi is pan-fried in olive oil and finished with fresh lemon juice and dried oregano for a tangy, salty, and savory meze. Serve with crusty bread for mopping up the pan juices.
This peasant dish from Sicily translates to “pasta when the weather is bad”. It is what fishermen made when the weather conditions didn’t allow them to fish. Besides broccoli and pasta, it uses common ingredients found in every Sicilian kitchen such as pine nuts, raisins, bread crumbs, anchovies, and saffron.
These Jimmy Dean® sausage spanakopita triangles are a fun and unique twist on the traditional Mediterranean appetizer. Filled with savory sausage, spinach, and cheese and then wrapped in phyllo dough, they make a great finger food or snack!
This Thai-style chicken has a creamy green coconut curry sauce with just the right amount of spice, and is made quickly and easily in your Instant Pot®. It is delicious served with rice.
I am half Italian, was raised eating the finest Italian-American cuisine, and have filmed almost 2000 recipe videos, so when you consider all of those facts, it seems incredible that I have never posted a video for baked ziti. Hopefully I make up for that long wait by posting what I think is the best version of it.
Clafoutis is a French dessert which combines fresh fruit and custard. Just like a souffle, it rises beautifully then it deflates once cooled. It’s best made in a cast iron skillet but any oven-proof skillet will work. Sprinkle with powdered sugar just before serving.
Pretty simple enchiladas filled with chicken, cheese, and tomatoes, covered with green chili sauce and cheese.
Chicken fajitas in the air fryer doesn’t get any easier than this. The chicken stays nice and moist while the vegetables have a nice crisp to them. Add 2 minutes of cook time if you prefer softer veggies. I like to toast my tortillas in the air fryer as well but it is not necessary. Serve with toppings of your choice such as salsa, sliced avocado, and cheese.
This is a fabulous main dish and is company worthy. Serve with rice and a cooked vegetable for a complete meal. Word of warning: it is not diet friendly
Shrimp is one of my favorite weeknight meals, because it is so quick to prepare! The Cuban-style marinade is full of citrus flavors with a few surprises. Normally, “mojo” means a flavor based on Seville oranges, and these sour oranges can be hard to find. A bit of extra lime, some grapefruit juice, and vinegar stand in for the brightness of the missing Seville oranges in this recipe. The red pepper flakes add just a little zing, so if you like spicy foods, feel free to add more, to your taste. We like this with simple white rice and some black beans, or a side of grilled mixed veggies.