Now introducing the savory star of your next brunch: cheddar cheese quiche with all kinds of fun vegetables like leeks, artichokes, and red peppers. But don’t just limit this hearty vegetarian dish to breakfast and brunch. It’s delicious for dinner, too, served in large slices. Learn how to make the recipe on Foodal.
The classic grilled cheese sandwich you know and love gets an update with gooey mozzarella, fresh garden basil, and a homemade tomato jam that tastes like summer. Simple, comforting, and bursting with flavor, it’s sure to be a hit at lunch or dinner. Get the recipe now on Foodal, and make your own at home.
Nothing beats heading south of the border for dinner. But tonight, consider this epic mashup: Buffalo Chicken Enchiladas. They’re hot, cheesy, and oh-so-tasty. The traditional recipe gets a fun twist with spicy sauce, jack cheese, and a cool drizzle of blue cheese dressing. Get the recipe now on Foodal for game day.
Juicy peaches, herbaceous basil, sweet honey, and a gooey combination of flavorful cheeses come together on toasted sourdough bread to make an addictive combination that you won’t want to stop eating. Read on to find out how to whip up this grilled cheese sandwich at home, made with fresh seasonal produce.
These Mushroom and Chipotle Nachos are the perfect combination of restaurant gourmet and classic comfort. Smoky, cheesy, and delicious, you’ll love the caramelized vegetables and fresh salsa, too. For game day, movie night, or the beginning of an epic meal, this appetizer is a must-make. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
An incredibly delicious and simple appetizer or the perfect light lunch, you’re going to love this variation on a traditional bruschetta. Camembert cheese and tomatoes are baked on top of baguette slices, and topped with a crunchy homemade pistachio basil pesto. Our favorite new appetizer! Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Need a simple solution for dinner when you’re the only one at home? Maybe you’re going out of town and the freezer’s full? You won’t have any leftovers – or worries – when you make lasagna for one in a skillet on the stovetop. You don’t even need to turn on the oven or boil water. Get the recipe now, on Foodal.
This is one of the easiest Italian meals that you can whip together. In and out in under 50 minutes. And, most ingredients are optional. Get the basics in there: chicken, breading, tomato sauce, mozzarella, olive oil, spices and you can call it good. Add extras if you’ve got the time and the ingredients. Mushrooms, fresh basil, and different cheeses can turn this easy to make dish into something special – and we show you how!