For an elegant Italian staple that comes together in a snap, try our mouthwatering saltimbocca alla Romana. In this recipe, thin veal cutlets are cloaked in salty prosciutto with earthy sage leaves and cooked until golden-brown. A sweet, buttery Marsala sauce finishes this masterful centerpiece to your meal. Read more.
Do you love gnocchi, but want to enjoy something a little different for your next dinner? Try this sweet potato version. We use a homemade sweet potato puree in the dough that provides a subtle earthy sweetness. It goes perfectly with a nutty sage brown butter sauce and pecorino cheese. Get the recipe now.
If you don’t know what to cook tonight, look no further than our flavorful lemon sage garlic chicken recipe. Citrus and herbs are stuffed under the skin, infusing the poultry with bright, herbaceous flavor. Combined with an easy pan sauce, this dish will be part of your regular dinner rotation in no time. Read more.
Do you love potatoes, but need to change things up a bit? If so, you’ll want try these delicious Sage Hasselback Potatoes! Slits are cut into the top, which allows the lovely taste of real butter, salt, and sage to work its magic in the interiors, making for a crisp and soft spud full of rich flavors.
Our Pumpkin Sage Sauce is a must-make this fall, and it’s deliciously creamy on pasta. The rich flavors of the hearty sauce and a fried sage leaf garnish make this dish sing. And it only takes 30 minutes to pull together, so it’s ideal for weeknight meals. What are you waiting for? Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Sesame Sage Roasted Vegetables with Barley is the perfect vegan main dish for fall, or it makes a delicious holiday side dish. With fennel, carrots, Brussels sprouts, cherry tomatoes, and pomegranate, you’re going to love these grain bowls. And don’t forget the flavorful dressing! Get the recipe on Foodal now.
Do you long to eat healthy, but you just can’t escape your love for pasta? Are you on a gluten-free diet, unhappy with your current options? Give these spiralized sweet potato noodles a try – served with roasted red peppers and sun dried tomatoes, they will satisfy your longing for a taste of Italy at home. Get the recipe now.
Everybody loves a good pumpkin pie, but sometimes it can be just a bit too plain on its own. Well, put away that ice cream and Cool Whip – you don’t need them anymore! This recipe, flavored with sage and brown butter, just might by the very best pie you’ve ever tried. Read more on Foodal, and put it to the test today.