While the crumb of this bread is moist and dense (thanks to all that wonderful Monterey Jack cheese), the crust is light and crispy. To me, it’s the best of both worlds, and one of the easiest bread I’ve ever made.
Since I don’t want to offend anyone, this is my disclaimer that I am only here to share recipes that I think my readers will enjoy, and can easily recreate. In the following video, you’ll notice that I share two ways to roll Savory Scallion Pancakes. The second way is my take on making the process a little easier. Watch and learn as I show you the two different ways I used to roll these pancakes, from there you can decide what way will work best for you.
Why go out when you can make this restaurant quality Creamy Mascarpone Chicken Risotto at home? It’s impressive, delicious, and not at all difficult to make.
Texas Tater Hash is a twist on a casserole I used to make when I was a new bride. In this updated version I’ve swapped new potatoes for long grain white rice. We like it every bit as much, if not more, than what I made some 30 (plus) years ago.
Mexican Beans & Rice is a hearty and healthy side dish that comes together in about 15 minutes thanks to basic pantry staples […]
Moist and meaty chicken thighs, along with red potatoes are cooked low and slow in a white wine caper sauce for this Italian […]
Lemon Ricotta Cake with Blueberries has a creamy texture, a light lemony flavor, and it takes advantage of springtime’s bounty of beautiful blueberries.
The fresh flavors of spring burst forth in this easy to make dish of Pappardelle with Peas, Asparagus, and Mint. […]
These super moist and flavorful pork meatballs with Dijon mustard and pretzels pair perfectly with creamed caraway cabbage. Add Dijon […]
Travel all the way to Ireland without ever leaving home with the taste of this Dubliner Cheesy Potato Tart. Every year for […]