I just had to share my Sister’s Easy Green Enchilada Soup recipe with you today. Why? Well coz I’m in Georgia and we got hit with some snow last weekend – it literally snowed from early Sunday (about 3 am) and all day long. There’s nothing better than cozying up inside with a bowl of soup when it’s a snow day!
If you’re looking for a fun little salsa, something super easy, to dress up just about anything grilled, look no further! This easy, breezy Watermelon Peach Salsa is cool, refreshing, and has just a hint of heat. And you won’t want to stop eating it.
This is the third and final recipe to go with the Brazilian Feijoada I made the other day. In addition to that marvelous bean stew that was just loaded with all kinds of meats, beef and pork, some smoked, I served a traditional side, fresh & bright Brazilian Style Collard Greens. What really accented those dishes was this Brazilian Vinegar Tomato Salad.
Awhile back, I put out a recipe for my new fave burger, Feta Stuffed Harissa Sliders. Those are such juicy, fun, zippy burgers; check them out if you didn’t see them when I posted them. Since I used Harissa in those burgers, a North African condiment of different peppers, I thought it would be fun to find something from Africa to go along with the burgers. So here it is, African Tomato & Onion Salad.
I’ve been on a mission to post out some no effort Instant Pot recipes that I think my daughter and her fam will love, and I hope you might, too. See, my daughter was married recently, and her blended family consists of seven children ranging from toddler to teenager! I’m still a bit boggled by it all, but Southwestern Chicken Instant Pot Bowls are the kind of recipe I think almost anyone will love. The prep is nominal, the cook time short, clean up is a breeze and the results? Delish. These bowls are perfect for summer – or anytime.