This easy recipe for Christmas Pasta with Sausage, Onions, and Peppers has proven to be a winner in our home every Christmas season, and I trust it will be a winner in your home too.
Now that you’ve found the best ever nacho appetizer recipe, you can essentially stop looking for others. LOL. Just kidding of course, but once you try these, and see how deliciously tasty and easy they are to make, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without them before?!!
HaHa! No worries, you found them now, and can live happily ever after! The end! 🙂
When everything cooks together in one pot and is ready to serve in under 30 minutes, this amazingly delicious and straightforward linguine dinner with tomatoes and capers will come in handy to have in your dinner repertoire time and time again.
If you’re used to purchasing your Parmesan cheese in the green can from the grocery store, I urge you to STOP and challenge your taste buds to explore the undeniable flavor packed difference cooking and garnishing with Parmigiano-Reggiano Parmesan cheese will afford you.
After all, isn’t it time you treated your family and friends like royalty by serving them the “King of Cheese?”
Whenever we order pizza from our favorite local pizza joint, 9 times out of 10 we order their garlic lover’s pizza. Since that’s the case, back in 2011, I posted my version of the garlic lover’s pizza we love so much!
Today I’m updating the same post with all new photos and text, but the recipe remains unchanged except for the fact that this time I made my favorite deep dish garlic lover’s pizza in a cast iron skillet.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again…sometimes my best recipe ideas come from wandering aimlessly around the grocery store with nothing specific in mind. Until, WHAM!
And so it is with this recipe for Speedy Keto Chicken Parmesan Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms. WHAM! If you love mushrooms and are eating a keto diet plan (or even if you’re not), you’re going to love this easy, speedy dish!
This recipe for Delicioso White Bean, Fennel & Italian Sausage Soup is one I found, and adapted, from Cooking Light Magazine. I didn’t change the recipe much, but I did add more fennel (because I love the light anise flavor of fennel a lot lately), and I also increased the amount of white beans from the original recipe, and I omitted the sage and parsley because I forgot to purchase them at the market. Doh!
Other than that, this recipe I’m sharing is pretty much just as it was written in the magazine. I DO NOT take credit for this recipe, but I do take credit for sharing it with you here on Kudos Kitchen in case you missed it in Cooking Light Magazine. I strongly urge you to make this soup. It’s delicious!