This quick meatless Monday dish is bursting with flavor. Cooked greens, crispy potatoes, radishes, cilantro, hot sauce, and queso fresco cheese are piled in lightly charred corn tortillas will satisfy any taco lover. Make sure that the potatoes are dry after boiling and draining the water; this ensures that they become crispy when added to the skillet.
This dinner provides a fresh break from turkey and casserole, with elegant flavors and a dazzling presentation. The fish is dressed in a cherry compote with walnuts, sage, and thyme. You can use fillets if you prefer them to whole fish or if you cannot find whole fish. Frozen cherries can also be subbed for fresh ones.
Credit: Photo: Johnny Autry and Randy Mayor; Styling: Cindy Barr
A zesty mustard sauce made from whole grain dijon mustard, parsley, and apple cider brings new life to Brussels and baked chicken. The whole family will enjoy this classic, balanced dish. Serve with Rosemary Potatoes and Honey Whole-Wheat Pull-Apart Rolls when company comes for dinner.
Credit: Photo: Jennifer Causey; Styling: Heather Chadduck Hillegas
This gorgeous salad takes full advange of winter's flavors. A viniagrette of mustard, honey, lemon and grapefruit juice softens the bitterness of the endive. Top with sauteed chicken and toss for a well-rounded, satisfying meal.
Some days, a deliciously savory sandwich is what you need to feel satisfied. Don't settle for a Philly Cheesesteak or a Beef Wellington, but make both in a Beef Phillyngton. A filet mignon steak topped with peppers and cheese, wrapped and baked in puff pastry makes for a show-stopping main.
Instead of making your own everything bagel, make an everything egg inside of a regular bagel. This brilliant take on the everything flavor craze will save you time and money while providing a tasty weekend brunch.