These light and refreshing shrimp tostadas are loaded with your favorite fixings! Quick, simple, delicious, healthy, and so fresh! Continue reading
Things get quite busy in our house during the week, so easy dinners can be a lifesaver. I make a lot of quick dinners during the week and this is one of the easiest ones that can be ready in less then 30 minutes. Continue reading
This fish curry is so simple to make, and perfect for a quick and easy midweek meal. It’s ready in less than 30 minutes and its bursting with flavor. Continue reading
Welcome to My Meal Planning Corner! I am starting a new feature on my blog, where I would share easy, flavor-packed meals that you can throw together even on a busiest week nights! Continue reading
This is one of those recipes I’ve been wanting to make for quite some time. Fresh lobster and a blend of 3 cheeses are baked in a creamy lobster sauce to perfection. Yummy!!! Some stores carry already cooked lobster meat but if you cook your own, steam it whole in the shell for about 7 minutes. That’s all you need, don’t overcook. This is the dish that defines “comfort food”, rich and creamy and worth each and every calorie. If you love lobster and mac-n-cheese, then this is a must try!
Grilled shrimp has to be one of my favorite things to eat. I mean, what’s not to like? Juicy, sweet, and slightly charred taste when it’s cooked on the grill. This recipe is so simple, so easy and yet so delicious, and takes less than 30 minutes to make. This grilled shrimp gets a lovely smoky flavor and they are the perfect complement to cool summer salads. For this recipe, I used large tiger prawns and paired it with homemade tzatziki sauce, spinach salad with orange and feta cheese and a light lime vinaigrette. This is backyard kebab grilling at its best. Here’s to another perfect summer meal! Please make sure to visit Fiesta Friday at Angie’s to check out new great recipes this week and Fiesta Friday co-hosts, Fae and Suzanne! Continue reading
We have two orange trees in our back yard and I am always looking for recipes where I can use oranges. I had some fresh squeezed orange juice in the fridge, so I decided to start with an orange juice reduction sauce. I added a touch of brown sugar, soy sauce and a fresh grated ginger to bring up the flavors. I used red jalapeño pepper to add a bit of heat and finished the shrimp off with scallions and fresh cilantro. Super easy recipe and takes less than 30 minutes to make. Enjoy!