Apple And Gouda Stuffed Pork Chops are an easy dinner to make that tastes exceptionally delicious. The gouda cheese and apples makes this a perfect fall dish that gives it sweet and savory elements. Additionally, this meal can use up some of those apples your kids picked!
Ricotta Stuffed Shells combine two of my favorites: cheese and pasta! Festive and flavorful, this classic Italian-inspired dish is truly restaurant-worthy!
Beautiful dried Turkish apricots are soaked, candied with lemon scented syrup, stuffed with rich cream, and garnished with crunchy pistachios to make the perfect, lightly sweet one bite treat! Serve them after dinner, as an appetizer, for afternoon tea, or even for breakfast.
These easy stuffed portobello mushrooms with spinach, feta and sautéed garlic are marinated in balsamic vinegar and make an absolutely perfect veggie side dish, or even first course! With only a few main ingredients, you’ll find these mushrooms don’t require any other bells and whistles to be fabulous, flavorful show stoppers.
Save Print Shrimp Stuffed Squid Author: Monahansseafood/Photo credit to monahansseafood.com Ingredients 12 med. size cleaned squid, bodies and tentacles. If you’re starting with squid that’s not cleaned check our squid cleaning video 10 oz. wild gulf – peeled and deveined,… Continue Reading
Cheesy Taco Stuffed Shells Made With Jumbo Pasta Shells, Salsa, Cheese And Taco Meat Are The Perfect EASY Weeknight Meal That You Can Prepare Ahead Of Time Too!
Spice up your boring steak dinner by filling a fine cut of meat with spinach, mozzarella, and sun dried tomatoes. It’s easy to tailor to your tastes, too!
Stuffed Chicken Breasts are notorious for being difficult and fussy — not anymore. Leave the toothpicks and the mallets behind. All you need is a few extra ingredients and 15 minutes to take your boneless, skinless chicken breasts from boring to breathtaking. This easy Stuffed Chicken Breasts Recipe features seasoned chicken breasts stuffed with a savory filling of spinach, garlic, sun-dried tomatoes, and cheese, then baked until tender, juicy perfection for a dinnertime win that surpasses all expectations!
Man. I’ve really been having one of those weeks. Lots and lots going on with some unexpected (unwelcomed) curve balls. Like being on the receiving end of a 4 car pile up yesterday morning on my way into work. That was no fun. Everyone was okay, so that’s good. However, my poor car. I had JUST picked my car up from the body shop 2 weeks ago from where a delivery truck had rear-ended me. They laughed a little when I brought it in again this morning with twice the damage and an interior that smells of pure coffee from where my entire thermos full of coffee spilled on me during the wreck. If I could hire someone to drive me around everywhere, I so would. ps, I swear I’m a really good driver. It’s everyone else that keeps hitting me.
For a salty punch, top these babies off with crumbled feta. You deserve it.