Where there's smoke, there's fire; where there's steam, there might be something delicious.
This is a much better version of the Cauliflower Mashes than what Coastal Flats has. I like taking recipes and making them better - we all do. I don't use cheese when making this, but im sure some shredded cheddar would taste great in it also. :)
Good old Mexican Tamales, just the way my great grandmother use to make. Serve and enjoy a piece of Mexico. Allow all leftovers to cool down completely and then refrigerate.
This is one of those recipes that mum always made and everybody loved. I've made this so many times and everybody loves it. It's easy to make and even easier to eat! It's not a low-fat recipe, which is probably why it tastes so great! You'll need a large steamer.
A new trick for your bean salad: try a creamy dressing instead of the thin vinegar-style dressing you're used to.
A very easy way to cook lobster. Just flavor him with your favorite beer.
This quick breakfast casserole for two will please your special friend, and start your day in the black if you decide to spend the afternoon ignoring the lawn and watching football.
An easy vegetable side dish that delivers major flavor. Never have bland asparagus again.
Lime butter grants tasty flavor to boring old steamed broccoli. Eat this on its own, as a side dish, or toss these into a tortilla for a healthy taco/burrito.
Lots of folks used canned artichoke hearts in lots of dishes, but all too rarely does one see artichokes served as a stand-alone side dish. Personally, I love 'em and tend to have one every week or two. This is a very basic recipe for the person totally unfamiliar with the nettle. There are hundreds of ways to serve them, and this is the start... (If you'd like larger step-by-step pictures, send me a message)
Trap all the flavors of fresh swordfish with this Asian method of cooking: steaming fish in a parchment paper packet.
Pork and shrimp combine in these authentic Chinese dumplings. Put 'em in chicken broth to make won-ton soup or eat 'em with the simple sauce below.
A delicious combination of lobster, chicken, and asparagus with a homemade alfredo sauce. Top with diced tomatoes and chopped green onions!
Potato salad gets an infusion of green in this easy side dish for a cookout or picnic.
Take a break from mayonnaise-heavy potato salad with this light recipe that includes canned salmon.