A quick and easy flatbread with tangy BBQ sauce is a great way to use leftover pulled pork. Naan bread makes a quick flatbread crust. Great as an appetizer or a meal, and ready in under 30 minutes.
This bold salsa has just the right amount of heat with a smoky chipotle flavor. 8 ingredients pack in a tangy, zesty flavor. It comes together in the blender in just a few minutes.
Have leftover vegetables from a previous meal you use, or a few random veggies in your fridge? Here are 35 recipe ideas for using those veggies so they don’t go to waste! Breakfast, lunch, dinner, soups, and sides – this list has everything covered!
These enchiladas are “inside out” because the enchilada sauce is on the inside. Cooking the chicken in the sauce in the slow cooker packs a ton of flavor into the filling.
Homemade pie crust that bakes to flaky, buttery perfection. So easy to make, and the only pie crust recipe you’ll ever need.
This cheesy breakfast quiche is loaded with delicious vegetables and bacon. The flaky, buttery crust holds up perfectly with the egg filling. It’s great way to use leftover cooked vegetables, and easy to make vegetarian without the bacon.
Thick, chewy blondies filled with strawberry jam are the perfect sweet treat for spring and summer.
These cinnamon sour cream donuts are a cakey treat finished with a sweet glaze and cinnamon sugar topping. They’re easy to make with no yeast or frying required.
This easy, hands-off short rib recipe with just 10 ingredients makes perfectly tender, fall apart beef. This post may contain affiliate links. I receive compensation for purchases made using affiliate links (more information). Short ribs are one of my favorite cuts of beef. I typically make short ribs in my Le Creuset braiser, but it
These fried onion petals have a crispy, crunchy exterior with a zesty flavor. They make a great side to go with burgers or dogs, or get creative and add them to your burger. I love a good onion ring, but onion petals are slightly easier to make because they’re smaller and easier to manage when