I’m whipping up a classic Peruvian dish called Lomo Saltado to feed the whole family! We’re trying to use whatever we have on hand to make our ingredients stretch right now, so don’t be afraid of substitutions!
This recipe is one of my family favorites, a Mediterranean Crispy Rice Pie! It reminds me of my childhood when my mom would make this for our family - and let me tell you it feels so amazing to make this for our family tonight.
Whether you're at home with family or solo, stay calm, take a break from worrying and let your food give you a big hug. If you have it, grab a six-pack of Corona, chicken, onions, peppers, and tortillas and follow along with me for an easy and delicious supper! #forkthevirus
When I was growing up, my typical lunch on a cold or rainy Saturday was grilled cheese sandwiches with tomato soup. Now, instead of serving the sandwiches whole, I cut them into croutons, mound them on a big platter, and let people spoon as many croutons into their soup as they like.
This salad offers the perfect combination of a beloved classic dish with an updated spicy twist. The dressing is also very versatile and can be used to dress grilled vegetables, simple boiled potatoes or even to just dip bread into.
Budino in Italian means pudding but this is more like a molten cake, moist and almost gooey in the middle when served warm from the oven. I like to serve the budino with a scoop of homemade Banana Chocolate-Chunk Ice Cream (in my cookbook, Cooking From the Hip), but it's also great with creme anglaise and fresh raspberries or strawberries.