This dish of caramelized seared scallops comes together quickly and with only a small handful of ingredients. And, with only a large high sided saute pan this recipe can easily be made as a one pot wonder.
Imagine if you will, deeply caramelized onions (cooked in a slow cooker) with red wine, butter, beef broth and thyme until they’re sweet and pungent. The onions are stuffed into large, perfectly cooked pasta shells until they’re practically overflowing. The stuffed shells are then layered on top of toasted, garlicky French bread, topped with an abundant mixture of grated Swiss, and Gruyere cheeses, and popped into the oven, so the cheese melts into a blanket of golden, gooey, goodness…Be still my French onion loving heart!
When pumpkin season arrives, don’t limit your pumpkin recipe repertoire to sweets only. Pumpkin Cream Pasta with Bratwurst is a delicious way […]
This dish can be made with any type of pasta that is your favorite. I happen to enjoy linguine, and had it in my pantry, so that’s what I used. Feel free to swap out whatever you have, and whatever is convenient. This roasted tomato bacon pasta takes approximately 30 minutes, from start to dinner, which makes it a stress-free recipe that will please the entire family any night of the week.
When was the last time you licked your plate clean after eating because you didn’t want the meal to end? Don’t remember? Prepare yourself because this Turkey Bolognese Over Spaghetti will make you a member of the clean plate club…with honors!
The fresh flavors of spring burst forth in this easy to make dish of Pappardelle with Peas, Asparagus, and Mint. […]
Looking for a new “twist” on serving spaghetti? Look no further. Spaghetti Stuffed Bell Peppers will surprise and delight the […]
Casseroles have always been a favorite of mine to cook for the family. I love that they can be prepared ahead and then reheated as needed. This Chicken Paprikash Casserole is one of our favorites!
Gather your family and friends around a big bowl of Linguine with Caramelized Scallops and Broccoli. It’s a feast that is fit for a king!
When the cooler months arrive, I tend to gravitate to German cuisine as my comfort food of choice. It just speaks to me, and I hope it speaks to you too.