Portuguese Garlic Shrimp

3 days post-Thanksgiving and I am over leftovers. Don’t get me wrong I love beige food, but I can only repurpose and eat so much of it. So if you are like me and are in need of a little spice this is the dish to make. This fiery, tomato-based Portuguese garlic shrimp dish will leave your lips tingling. Made with a ton of garlic, white wine, and peri-peri spice blend it is easy, relatively quick, and damn delicious. Peri-Peri…

Spicy Miso Soup

We continue soup season with this Spicy Miso Soup. Ready in 10 minutes this spicy miso is perfect for those cold gloomy days. This spicy umami broth is packed with herbs, water chestnuts, mushrooms, green onions, and tofu, guaranteed to leave your lips tingling. *This post is sponsored by Reese Specialty Foods. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you for your support! Not Your Traditional Miso Soup If you’ve had miso soup, you know that it’s…

Yellowtail Wonton Nachos

Best. Nachos. Ever. These Asian-inspired yellowtail wonton nachos are a fresh and delicious twist on a favorite. Hitting the 4 elements of cooking salt, acid, fat and heat they are extremely balanced in flavor a wildly addicting. These light and crunchy homemade wonton chips are topped with buttery yellowtail, pickled peppers, fresh and vibrant cilantro, furikake packed with umami, and a tangy and sweet sriracha mayo. Have just one chip and you might find yourself eating the whole tray. It’ll…

Spicy Garlic Green Beans

We are finally doing it… side dishes, and what better side dish to start with than these Chinese spicy garlic green beans. You know I love a good dish that packs a punch and these green beans don’t disappoint. Packed with a ton of garlic flavor, medium level of heat, and ready in less than 20 minutes you might just skip the take out and make these instead. Are These the Same as Sichuan Green Beans? While inspired by Sichuan…

Miso Chipotle Pasta

Get ready for a clash of nationalities. This miso chipotle pasta takes Asian, Mexican, and Italian flavors to create an unbelievably delicious dish. This pasta dish is spicy, smokey, and yet surprisingly bright. If you like things spicy, but your tolerance is low this one is for you. Best part? This dish is ready in 20 minutes and takes minimal prep making it a great weeknight dinner. Chipotles in adobo was my lifeline in college. At a $1.50 a can…