Please click on the above link to view this week’s Dinner Tonight recipe demonstration. In this recipe pimentos are used and they are small, round, red peppers with a sweet flavor and very mild heat. Pimentos are also known as cherry peppers, because of their red color and round shape. Pimentos are commonly stuffed inside of olives. Have you used pimentos before in a recipe?
Please click on the above link to view this week’s Dinner Tonight video demonstration of Southwest Black Bean Soup. Are you looking for a warm and tasty soup? This black bean soup is full of flavor without being too spicy and it replaces meat for beans as your protein. What soups are you using for the cool Winter months?
Please click on the above link to view this week’s Dinner Tonight video demonstration of Chicken Marsala. Marsala is an Italian fortified wine with smoky, deep flavor. When making savory dishes like chicken or veal Marsala, dry Marsala is the classic choice; when making desserts, sweet Marsala is generally used.
Please click on the above link to view this week’s cooking demonstration of Sour Cream Baked Chicken. This week we are demonstrating a sour cream baked chicken dish. This is a great Fall/Winter recipe and a healthy twist on your traditional comfort food. What are some of your favorite comfort foods for those chilly months?
Please click on the above link to view this week’s video demonstration of Mustard Crusted Fish. The mustard in this recipe adds a bit of a kick to the fish without using added sodium or spice! Baking the fish also reduces the amount of calories and fat. Fish is a great source of good fat and taste great too! What would you add as a side dish to finish this meal?
Please click on the above link to view this week’s Dinner Tonight demonstration of Skillet Gnocchi. Gnocchi is a popular vegetarian Italian dish that is easy to make and tasty! Gnocchi is made with potatoes, water, and egg. This dish is packed with vitamins, minerals, and protein. Try this out and let me know what you think!
Please click on the above link to view this week’s video demonstration of Cajun Corn. This recipe is quick, easy, and affordable! This is a great one skillet meal that can be used as a side dish or as a main course. I have used Cajun Corn as a side dish to pork chops and to add a little spice I like to include green peppers. What would you add to make this enjoyable for your family?