If you’ve not roasted peppers before, you will learn how for this recipe. It’s really not hard at all. Then toss your freshly roasted pepper in the blender with a few other ingredients. Forty-five seconds in the blender and you have a great tasting dip or sauce. An extra bonus? The color on this is perfect for your Halloween buffet table!Sidenote, check out Kassia Fiedor's cookbook, Cocina Holistica! It’s the star of our resources shopping page AND the inspiration for this recipe!
These lemons are as simple as salt and lemons. 10 minutes to prepare, 30 days to ferment, and then you have the fresh taste of summer in your pantry all winter long.
Quick! Raid the garden! A quick chop of garlic, basil, and tomatoes with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and fresh mozzarella make for a classic summer flavor. Slices of baguette and a hearty red wine. All you need now is the sunset!
Compound butter (any butter with added herbs and spices) is a great way to save the flavors of summer for use later in the year. Watch the video for my unique storage idea--freezer to table anytime you want a meal to have an extra flair.
Whether at the center of a party table or by the spoonful as a condiment for a Tex-Mex meal, this salsa is a guaranteed crowd pleaser. It tastes like you were in the kitchen for hours, but your secret is safe with us!
Just thinking about this salad makes my mouth water. It has the perfect marriage of flavors. And the kick of the lime finish makes this a great side salad or a palette cleanser before the main course. Plus it takes less than 15 minutes to make!
Start with a sugar-free salsa. Add fresh veggies and herbs, and you have "una fiesta en tu boca!" The nutritarian take adds mashed garbanzo beans to up the protein content. Let's get this party started!
Learn to make a simple, foolproof, authentic hummus in minutes. Also included are two "add-ins" to give your hummus that WOW factor. Add some veggies to dip. People will be clamoring to have your recipe.