If you've never tried making your own tortillas before, you've got to give this recipe a try! Super simple, 4-ingredient tortillas along with Juanito's guacamole, grilled chicken and vegetables to fill them with. Muy deliciouso!
This Beef Stew recipe features chunks of beef braised in a rich, savory, Thai-style broth that includes curry paste and fish sauce. This warm and comforting stew is perfect for a chilly night and requires very little work thanks to the Instant Pot!
Juicy, perfectly seasoned ribeye (the best steak for tacos, if you ask me), a roasted tomato salsa rojo, fresh pico de gallo, and guacamole all wrapped up in a warm tortilla. These Guajillo Chile Ribeye Tacos are muy delicioso!
These deliciously spiced Guajillo Chile Crusted Lamb Lollipops have just the right amount of heat and are super simple to throw together. Makes a great appetizer or main dish - perfect for feeding a crowd!
This super easy chimichurri sauce makes everything taste better, especially a massive tomahawk steak! The flavor of fresh herbs and garlic just explode in your mouth - you’ll truly want to put this stuff on everything!
The delightful flavors of lemongrass and garlic really shine through in this simple grilled pork chop recipe. I recommend keeping the pork chops thin so that the marinade can really penetrate. Serve with a sunny-side-up egg for a true Vietnamese style dish.
Piri Piri Chicken is a popular, Portuguese dish of butterflied, barbecued chicken. What distinguishes Piri Piri Chicken from other grilled chickens is the unique glaze it receives before going on the grill.
Piri piri is the common name for it in Portugal. However, internationally it is much more commonly known as peri peri chicken. Piri piri is believed to have derived from the SwahiliPilipiliwhich means pepper.
Springtime flavors abound in this impressive dinner! Pan roasted lamb rump, crushed new potatoes with garden fresh herbs, and sautéed asparagus with a charred spring onion and hazelnut pesto to bring everything together.
Vietnamese Crepe or "Bahn Xeo" is a savory dish with turmeric, cilantro, ground pork, and shrimp! Dad and Food Truck extraordinaire chef Kyle Kawakami showed me how to put this dish together to feed the family! Man this is tasty!!
When we were in Japan for our son's birthday, we enjoyed a lot of different types of Japanese rice bowls or "donburi" featuring fish, chicken or meat over steamed rice. This chicken teriyaki version is super easy to make in 30 minutes and has incredible flavor! You and your family will love it. Try throwing in some of your favorite veggies or using beef instead!
Making your own curry paste is extremely rewarding! The flavor is unlike anything you can buy in the store. And this recipe makes a big batch that you can keep in the fridge and use over and over again!
This Thai Style Shabu Shabu consists of two delicious soups, Tom Kha and Tom Yum, and three unique sauces, allowing you to add varying levels of heat and sweet to the soups. If you’re not up for making two separate soups, you can just pick one! And the proteins can be mixed and matched; chicken, beef, shrimp, use whatever you have on hand!
This traditional Thai Cashew Chicken is delicious, healthy, and so simple to throw together! Tender chicken, veggies, and crunchy cashews in a sweet yet slightly spicy sauce. Takes about 20 minutes, start to finish, making it a perfect weeknight meal!