An average gumbo recipe takes hours to cook. Who wants to wait that long when you’re desperately craving a hearty bowl of spicy gumbo? Well, my dear friends, the wait is over as we take on this quick and simple version.
I know this might be authentic, but this Alfredo sauce recipe will knock your socks off. The sauce is silky smooth with a bit of tanginess from the cream cheese and the savory taste from parmesan cheese. It might sound unhealthy, but it’s too good to resist.
This might not be your authentic spaetzle recipe like the one your granny used to make, but I’m telling you it’s worth a try. Why wouldn’t it be anyway, when it’s so easy to make? In around 15-20 minutes, you will have some stunning, homemade German pasta for dinner.
Rather than a sweet spud treat packed with sugar, to me, these sweet potato muffins could really rival any of the store-bought muffins, mostly thanks to the crispy and nutty pumpkin seeds.
I was so thrilled I have to give this egg curry a go, mostly because its spiciness is so easily adjusted. All I have to do is to work on the amount of black pepper and red pepper. The ingredients are so basic that they’ll be just be a cakewalk to you, even if Indian cuisine isn’t your strong suit.
Let’s bring one of the most iconic Vietnamese foods into your kitchen! This amazing pho recipe calls for broth made from beef bones and a bunch of aromatics that add a great depth of flavor to the dish. It’s simply delicious, healthy, and fresh — a bowlful of comfort and nutrition.
One of my family’s best-loved dinner recipes: the ultimate pulled pork recipe! With so much flavor packed into these juicy and tender shreds of pork, I could spend the whole day with my loved ones eating them and still craving for more!
This shrimp scampi recipe makes one of the most delicious Italian dishes that is fantastic for anytime of the year. Not just because it’s quick and easy to make, but it’s also flavorful and absolutely delicious – a true crowd pleaser!
You may have or have not known, but beef stew gravy can be served as a dip. If you aren’t really fond of serving this dish in big ladles, let’s take bites of soft baguette slices soaked in the gravy instead. Unbelievably delicious!
Chicken breast is a wonderful source of lean protein that’s low in saturated fat and calories. Limiting saturated fat intake is one efficient way to lower cholesterol level in your blood, and as a result, reduce heart disease and stroke.