This sauce is so good, you will want to stick your head in and lick the bottom of the pot. Or tear off a piece of warm baguette and slather all the goodness up, and then lick your elbow somehow. The short ribs are tender and melt in your mouth. The tomato ragu is rich, decadent, and full of flavor. It's called Sunday Sauce because it's meant to cook nice and slow, all day Sunday in time for Sunday night dinner. This baby is guest appropriate, meet the in-laws for the first time appropriate or I'm staying in my PJ's all day and eating Sunday Sauce at night appropriate. Although the cook time is long, the prep is fast. 30 mins in and out. Let the oven do its thing while you go enjoy your day. Bon appetit!
Juicy on the inside, crispy and golden brown on the outside, these Japanese style dumplings are so fun to make and even more fun to eat.
Who’s on Team Hungry always? This girl! If you love big portions but don’t want the excess calories, pump up your food with volume. Enter the mighty cauliflower! By substituting cauliflower for rice, you get a filling, nutritious, high fiber, and super delicious meal. By using frozen veggies that you may already have in your freezer, this meal is also very economical. Cauliflower fried rice is my go-to!
Nutrition is the key to your success. You can exercise all day and night but if you're eating more calories than your body needs, you will not lose fat.
Are you ready for a flavor explosion? Crunchy, salty, tangy, a lil sweet, a lil spicy, refreshing, and filling. Bring it on! This recipe is a real crowd pleaser and perfect for the summer heat! Quick and easy to throw together. You can make it into a bowl or a wrap. I adapted this recipe From A Chef's Kitchen.