This recipe calls for a slow sear that helps to ensure that the shrimp don’t overcook. Ingredients including lime, cilantro and peanuts compliment the sweet flavor of shrimp.
Did you know that making your own teriyaki sauce is a healthier alternative to store-bought? It takes little time and allows you to control the amount of sugar. In fact, in this recipe, honey is used as a substitute. Enjoy this sauce on steak or chicken!
Get dinner on the table fast with this healthy and refreshing dinner. You will quickly marinade shrimp with lime juice, chili powder and garlic, then sautée and you’ve got a wonderful wrap filling to garnish as you wish.
This spicy, vegetarian stir fry is easy to make and packed with flavor. A great recipe to keep in your arsenal for busy weeknights. Serve as is or over rice.
One of the most amazing things about Italian food is how simple, yet delicious it is. This classic pasta is easy to make in large batches to serve family style. The key to a memorable Cacio e Pepe is quality pasta and cheese.