Sometimes there's nothing better than a well-seasoned steak. Espelette chili is a small and flavorful chili pepper from the South of France. Recipe with step by step guidelines to cook the perfect steak!
When it comes to steak, I usually just want a good grilled rib eye with just a pinch of salt on it. Not so with this tasty steak salad. The marinade for the steak imparts incredible flavor, so to me, the salad is simply a bonus on top of an amazing steak dish.
Salad-e Shirazi is a chilled salad of tomato, cucumber, onion and mint dressed in olive oil and fresh lime juice. I read it’s often enjoyed in summer time in Iran, and while it is far from summer here in Minnesota, we always enjoy a refreshing salad with a meal. It's similar to a cucumber salsa I often make in the summer when the cucumbers are taking over the garden, and you might find it similar to something you already enjoy as well.
The easiest way to add new flavors to salads, is to combine roasted vegetables with raw ones. Here, grilled asparagus and seared flank steak are combined with fresh spring greens, adding a whole variety of textures to the dish.
This salad was inspired by a Greek quinoa salad my mom used to make, but I used cauliflower and one of my favorite super foods to make it grain free! You can even add some feta cheese if you want, but this salad is so flavorful you don't even need it! Did I mention it is super easy to make, and super delicious too!
While leftovers are a rare occurrence in our house, we do love utilizing them for breakfast the next morning when we have them. Here is a great way to make use of leftover steak, or a great excuse to throw an extra steak on the grill next time you’re cooking out!
A big fresh salad, topped with grilled chicken is a quick, easy, and delicious option for lunch or dinner. We love to throw in as many fresh veggies as we can, top it with simply seasoned chicken, and a drizzle of homemade balsamic dressing.
This fresh salad adds gorgeous color to your plate. The flavors of all the vegetables in this salad are so wonderful on their own that all you need to dress this salad is a touch of olive oil and fresh lime.