The following recipe recognizes that fresh bivalves are so stunning on their own that little's required to make them shine, other than aromatics, white wine, and dried red pepper for pep. Want the uncomplicated dish for dinner tonight? Then read on for the recipe.
It starts with flattened meat that's flashed in the pan, then served with a sauce made from butter, capers, lemon, and pan drippings. If you're not a fan of veal, you can substitute another type of protein, such as turkey paillards or thinly pounded pork tenderloin.
Serve the piccata over a bed of steamed egg noodles, and a crisp white wine on the side. For a gourmet Italian dinner in minutes, read on.
Add a squeeze of lime and a handful of cilantro to the cooking liquid to make a fresh, flavorful sauce to top it all off. Serve with roasted potatoes and squash, and add a glass of a woody, bright Pinot or a Tommy's-style margarita to end your weekend on a high note. Hungry yet? Then keep reading for the uncomplicated recipe.
Don't be intimidated by the idea of throwing a delicate protein like fish on the grill. Just opt for a firm-fleshed species, like striped bass, being sure to dry it completely before putting it on the grill. Once it's cooking, leave the fish alone to do its thing; flip it and remove it from heat using the thinnest, widest spatula possible.
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The Summer is coming to a close, so be sure to get in all your barbecuing before the leaves start falling. Tired of steak? Why not try chicken? Barbecued chicken can get a bad rap when it's doused with a ho-hum sauce (and since it's often prepared too dry).
With this sticky sweet Asian sauce (which can be made in advance), this is a far-from-boring barbecued chicken recipe. Crispy skin and a tangy, garlicky, peppery kick will get your taste buds excited. Check out the recipe when you keep reading.
This version certainly isn't your mom's lunchbox tuna salad. Its fresh approach calls for just-cut pineapple, sunflower sprouts, and oven-broiled yellowfin steaks.
The salad's oil free, but chunks of avocado supply creaminess. For a healthy break, read on.
I decided to opt for a burger without the beef, and I've been dreaming about it ever since. The perfect veggie burger has a charred exterior, a meaty texture, and a fresh quality to it that keeps it satisfying yet light.
Inspired by Gott's, I'm making my own mushroom-topped meatless patties, a combination of beans, breadcrumbs, and walnuts — plus a few secret ingredients. Want to get in on the recipe? Then read more.
Tonight, serve something comforting, uncomplicated, and crowd-pleasing — just like she used to make. An elegant roast chicken, marinated in lemons and garlic, served alongside a medley of green beans and potatoes is perfect.
For added flavor and succulence, select bone-in, skin-on chicken breast that's been humanely raised. Get the classic mom-pleaser and read more.
Hit two birds with one stone — no pun intended — by cooking some sweet Spring asparagus in the oven along with the chicken. Serve it alongside pasta, potatoes, or brown rice. To have dinner ready in no time, read more.