Those of you searching for a delicious, easy and quick meal for your family tonight, click no further, because this is the dish for you. In under a half hour you can be spooning these tasty shrimp over a serving of your favorite rice, or if you have a few more minutes to spare, you may want to whip up...
I don't cook with shrimp very often and so when I do, I want the result to be good. As in, jaw-dropping, mouth-watering, worth-the-money, hoard-all-the-leftovers good. This meal is just that. A delicious silky, light sauce comes together to coat
A dish of shrimp sauteed in bacon drippings and tossed with fettuccine sounds like a no-no for the calorie conscious. But at under 400 calories a serving, indulge! Cook the fettuccine al dente so the strands remain intact and maintain their slightly firm texture.
When I was living in China, ordering a dish of something coated in spicy garlic sauce was usually a gamble. Take pork or eggplant for example, two Sichuan dishes usually cooked with this sauce. The dish could be either perfectly
I think that every dinner party should start with something tasty to awaken the appetite, or to occupy your guests while the meal receives its finishing touches. I don't want to overload guests with a too-heavy appetizer, though - you're about to feed them dinner, after all. Here is one little bite that is a small yet delicious way to start a meal in late spring or early summer.
This 5-star shrimp and orzo recipe has simple ingredients, but it is full of flavor. Parmesan cheese works in this dish, too, if you don't have pecorino Romano on hand. Serve leftovers as a great cold pasta salad for lunch.