Arroz con Pollo

This Latin-style chicken and rice is comfort food at its finest. I chose to use a recipe from America’s Test Kitchen, which essentially means it will be fool proof and delicious. It may not be the quickest or easiest dish to make, but it is certainly worth the time and effort it takes to prepare. […]

Vietnamese Bowl

As you can probably tell from my last few posts, I’ve been on a one-bowl meal kick lately. This colorful bowl tastes as good as it looks. I chose tofu for the protein, but salmon, shrimp or chicken would be delicious too. I usually like a spicy peanut sauce for bowls like this, but I […]

Curried Cauliflower Fried Rice

Yet another culinary jewel from one of my favorite cookbooks, Love & Lemons. I think I have now made (and loved) every recipe in the ‘cauliflower’ section, and I have made this one twice. This one bowl meal has a pleasing explosion of flavors that I find myself craving often. I adore the flavors of coconut curry and I love that […]

Forbidden Rice Bowl

This pretty bowl was straight-up delicious. There are so many ways you could put this dish together. Although I love the look and taste of the black rice, you could use brown, white or red. I skipped the bean sprouts and used steamed cauliflower, since I already had that on hand. You could also use edamame, snap […]

Paella

Paella is a delicious Spanish dish of saffron-flavored rice and a variety of meats and shellfish. It is definitely impressive, and might be intimidating to make at home, but this recipe from America’s Test Kitchen somewhat simplifies the process while staying true to the dish’s heritage. No need for a paella pan for this recipe. You […]