These easy Italian meatball subs are topped with marinara sauce and cheese and then toasted in the oven. The melted cheese and juicy Italian meatballs make an easy weeknight dinner. This meatball subs recipe can use your favorite fresh or frozen meatballs.
Asparagus and Goat Cheese Savory Galette is an easy vegetarian appetizer for almost any occasion; a fancy brunch, party or even just for dinner. Caramelized asparagus pairs well with the creamy goat cheese and flaky pie crust.
Roasting garlic makes the flavor go from harsh to mellow and buttery. The slightly sweet cloves are perfect in salads, sauces and even just smeared on bread. Plus you can easily roast a bunch and freeze them.
Slow roasting salmon is a foolproof method for anyone who is intimidated by salmon. Roasting salmon at a low temperature makes it almost impossible to overcook. The balsamic glaze is basted on the salmon for maximum flavor.
Pulled pork Cuban sandwiches are a fantastic way to use up leftover pulled pork. This is my take on these classic South Florida sandwich. This recipe is perfect for a quick weeknight dinner for just one or a whole family.
Roasted broccoli has a lot better texture and flavor than steamed or boiled broccoli. Roasting the broccoli on sheet trays gives a great caramelized flavor and crispy texture.
Oven baked egg in a hole sandwiches takes the basic bacon, egg and cheese to the next level. Baking these on a sheet tray instead of a skillet makes it easy to double or triple the recipe and invite friends over for Sunday brunch. The runny yolk inside the crispy bread topped with salty bacon and cheese makes a heavenly breakfast sandwich.