I have never been to P.F. Chang’s before but this is supposed to be a copy cat recipe. Either way, this dish is yummy! And the sauce is beyond delicious!
I love fajitas and have been craving them for the longest time (I have to drive by Lonestar Bar and Grill every day on my way home and it is almost like torture). So I decided to pick up some of these key ingredients and make my own at home!
I made this recipe to top my Pork Burgers but obviously coleslaw is always good on it’s own as a side. I cheated and bought a pre-made coleslaw mix so all I had to do was whip up this awesome dressing and I was good to go!
This recipe is a Paleo salad, meaning it is also Gluten Free and AMAZING. Who would have thought to combine the saltiness of prosciutto, the sweetness of melon, the creaminess of avocado, and the leafy greens of spinach. The homemade dressing is beyond simple and very tasty.
Gluten-free homemade tortillas and taco seasoning (because apparently taco seasoning may contain gluten). The flax tortillas look kind of funky but actually pretty tasty if you add spices to the dough. Something interesting to try. And much cheaper to make than buying gluten-free alternatives at the grocery store.
Meatless Monday #7 is a very tasty pasta dish. The ginger adds a very nice tangy taste to the noodles. Apparently the sweet ginger scallion sauce is also an excellent marinade for steaks or chicken.
I love brie. I love cranberries. So when I found this recipe, I just had to try it and I really enjoyed it. A perfect recipe for Christmas day snacks.
We love steak. And this marinade was YUMMY! I was even able to let the meat marinate for 12 hours which made it extra flavourful.
This recipe costs just over $5 and 8 hours to makes! I don’t usually like tomato based sauces and I actually enjoyed this one.
Yummy, quick, throw together salad from Stefano Faita’s In the Kitchen that has a fancy, elegant edge that would make it a great salad for any dinner party.