When it comes to weeknight cooking, complicated dinners are dismissed from the kitchen. If you love a simple, straightforward dish that lightens the load, this spaghetti squash and feta feast is the one for you. It’s swimming with tart sun-dried tomatoes, sweet red onions, and fresh basil. Read on for the recipe.
Your next backyard patio gathering has to include this spinach and sun-dried tomato pasta salad. The incredible blend of oil, balsamic vinegar, and fresh herbs coats the noodles, along with fresh greens, tomatoes, onion, and olives for a tangy and tasty combination. Plus, it’s so easy to make. Read more now.
This grilled veggie burger is a simple dish with complex flavors that’s easy enough to make on a summer weeknight. Quick balsamic marinated portabella mushrooms and a tangy sun-dried tomato and artichoke pesto will make your taste buds sing. Plus, it’s vegan as well. Are you hungry yet? Get the recipe now!
Imagine the best oven-dried tomatoes, made from scratch in your kitchen. This is an excellent way to transform the harvest (or an amazing sale on produce) into a flavorful ingredient that’s delicious in dips, sauces, pasta dishes, and more. Want to learn this simple preservation technique? Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Looking for something healthy to munch on, that you can get excited about? Sun-dried tomatoes and roasted garlic add tangy, sweet flavor to homemade hummus, the perfect protein-packed dip for snacking. And it’s easy to whip up a batch in the food processor. What are you waiting for? Get the recipe now on Foodal.
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.
Looking for a simple but flavorful dinner that the whole family’s sure to love? Try this basil pesto pasta with chicken, asparagus, and sun-dried tomatoes. Making the pest from scratch is easy, and you can use your choice of pine nuts or walnuts. Prep the chicken on the grill, or in a pan on the stove. Get the recipe.
The exclamation point at the end of this post’s title is a little gimmicky, I know. But if there were ever a time to use an exclamation point in a post title, this is it. As soon as I saw this post at The Kitchn about making homemade pasta in the food processor, I was …