Easter will be upon us in just a few short weeks. Time to get ideas for Easter dinner. Maple Dijon Dill Roasted Carrots are a delicious, easy to prepare side dish that you will make again and again…..and not just for Easter.
Roasting any veggie brings out all of its natural flavors. Roasted carrots are no exception. Add two types of mustard…dijon for its smooth, sharp flavor and grainy for a touch of heat and depth of flavor. Maple syrup lends a natural sweetness to offset the mustard. Topped with fresh springtime dill makes a beautiful side to any meal. Continue reading “Maple Dijon Dill Roasted Carrots”
Winter still hasn’t loosened her grip on us, but I’m ready for this long, long winter to be over. Since it’s not quite salad weather yet, I did a meet in the middle type of salad. Spiral Butternut Squash Spinach Salad still has the comfort of winter food, but also, the hope of Spring.
In my last post, I used a spiralized beet for Panko Crusted Cod with Spiral Beets I’m still spiralizing this time with butternut squash. Continue reading “Spiral Butternut Squash Spinach Salad”
Last official weekend of summer…..final big cookout, the last hurrah!!! But school just started…..you are super busy…..how can you get ready for that last summer fling???? Break out the Instant Pot and in a flash….Instant Pot Dijon Pulled Chicken is your new go-to recipe.
Instant Pots have been a God send to anyone with more things to do than time to do them. I don’t use mine as often as often as I’d like to, but writing a food blog gives me lots of leftovers. Cooking so much, and I must admit I do marathon cooking sessions, making 3 or 4 recipes in a day, we tend to eat pizza and popcorn ……..a lot!!! Continue reading “Instant Pot Dijon Pulled Chicken”