Typically made with roasted red peppers and almonds, romesco sauce is a delicious accompaniment to fish, poultry and vegetables. If you have a blender or food processor, you can make fresh romesco sauce anytime you like!
A fideo is a type of Spanish pasta commonly used in soups. It comes in different thicknesses, like spaghetti. It can be cooked in broth in a similar fashion to rice. This makes fideos with shrimp and peas a one dish meal, perfect for a busy weeknight.
Mussels love tomatoes! Try mussels in tomato sauce for an easy weeknight meal.
I love this simple and elegant seafood dish which features crunchy bread crumbs and tender, mild tasting flounder. Best of all, parmesan crusted flounder is baked! You won’t have to deal with a breading station or hot oil.
Despite the fact that fennel seed is used all over the world, I’ve always associated using the bulbous bits with Italian food. That’s why it seemed only natural to pair it and cannellini (white kidney beans) in this delicious, light tasting fennel and white bean soup. While fennel seeds are widely used from the Mediterranean Sea to…
Let’s face it, chicken can be pretty boring at times. We were getting into a rut of chicken seasoned Greek or Italian style then grilled and served with a salad. We needed to wake up our palates a little bit and Moroccan Spiced Chicken with Summer Squash and Olives fit the bill.
Today’s post features a delightful way to cook fish and side dish at the same time. To make this dish, the leeks are started then the cod is laid on top after the leeks have had a head start. The fish will steam while the leeks finish cooking. Steamed cod with leeks cooks quickly, about…