One part Spanish, one part Morrocan, this chicken dish gained popularity in the eighties, among more adventurous cooks. The combination of prunes, olives and vinegar is pleasantly tangy and the overnight marinade results in a juicy chicken favorite.
Farfalle, also known as bow-tie or butterfly pasta is the perfect vessel for this delicious roasted red pepper sauce. The best part is that you only need a handful of ingredients to make it.
This recipe for baked salmon is as simple as it gets. Use fresh salmon and allow the flavor of the fish to shine! An easy weeknight dinner and a healrt-healthy one too!
One of the easiest and most delicious way to prepare mussels is steamed in beer. Light beers work best, but as long as you don’t use a heavy stout, get creative with a fruit ale or pale ale! Serve with homemade garlic bread for a light weeknight dinner or lunch.
A quick recipe but one that is elegant and packed with flavor. Use cremini mushrooms or a blend of your favourite shrooms for more depth.