Weeknight Meal Planner: 6/12/17
Classic salads like Caesar don't go out of style, but they can certainly be updated. We swap romaine for lacinato kale and use tangy buttermilk in place of mayo. A second hit of anchovy in the hot oil gives the croutons extra savory depth as they toast in the pan. This simple, nutrient-dense salad is just the kind of feel-good food you need to start the week off right.
Say “hello” to your new favorite #TacoTuesday entree. Serve these fun fusion tacos with a side of fried rice and a simple veggie side for an easy and flavor-packed weeknight dinner situation.
not only looks gorgeous served alongside your succulent pork, but it’s a delicious way to enjoy vegetables you would typically cook in their freshest raw state. Tossed with a lemony vinaigrette, full of fresh herbs, these veggie ribbons make for a delightfully refreshing side salad. A mandoline is the best tool for shaving the vegetables into thin, even slices, but the salad would be just as delicious with thinner shaved ribbons (using a vegetable peeler) or slightly thicker slices (using a sharp knife). If you don't have pecorino romano, feel free to substitute Parmesan cheese.
Bisctec encebollado is a traditional Puerto Rican dish consisting of steak marinated in a flavor-packed combo of onions, garlic, and vinegar, before being sautéed with more onions. Serve this succulent, savory beefy goodness with rice or roasted potatoes. Or, if you want to branch out, this classic steak dish is also commonly served with tostones (savory fried plantains).
For a hearty, summer salad that’s bursting with fresh, seasonal finds from your local farmers’ market, this healthy dish is about to be your go-to dinner. Topped with an simple grilled fillet of salmon and tossed in a light, citrus vinaigrette, this salad allows the fresh flavors of the produce to shine through. Substitute or add different produce items based on what’s in season and what you like. If you don’t have a grill, a grill pan can be easily substituted.
Your favorite crepe fillings just crashed taco night. Sweet, juicy strawberries and raspberries team up with rich chocolate-hazelnut goodness to make a most decadent and delightful filing for our crispy Dessert Taco Shells. This recipe is super fun weekend treat!