Cooking en papillote is a no-fuss, simple way to cook fish that doesn’t make a mess out of your kitchen. In this recipe, we use cod, blood orange and fennel with salty olives and capers for an aromatic dish that will transport you right to the French coast.
If you’re like me, the pasta cravings can hit hard. However, the rich, creamy, cheese-laden fillings and sauces don’t fall into my healthy-eating plans. I have a solution: Re-think classic stuffed shells with fiber-rich vegetables – no dairy needed.
Looking for an easy lunch to mix up at your desk? A jar salad is our weekly go-to because you can make it in advance and everything is neatly packed up and ready to eat.
Enjoy this completely new spin on our ever-popular Fat Flush Soup. This Thai-inspired version has a creamy coconut milk base (which has been proven to help with weight loss) […]
Few foods do a better job of warming you to your core than a hearty lentil soup. Come fall, lentils are always on heavy rotation in my house – not only because they’re hearty and healthy, but they’re also affordable and easy to cook. In this lentil soup, I add toasty Indian spices […]
This recipe is perfect for those early back-to-school days when you’re back to the hustle and bustle of fall, but it’s still hot and you don’t want to heat up your kitchen. Pork shoulder is tossed in a mix of rich spices and then cooked gently in a slow-cooker, which means no oven or stove-top required. By using cola as the braising liquid, the soda both tenderizes the meat and flavors it with its natural sugars. […]
This recipe marries two of my favorite guilty pleasures: grilled cheese sandwiches and a classic Southern pimento cheese spread. Mayonnaise is the magic ingredient here. It makes the cheesy filling incredibly gooey and a thin smear on the outside gives the bread a crispy, golden crust.
This baked oatmeal is your new weekday savior. Assemble this easy recipe in minutes before you wake up the family, then pop it in the oven while you get ready for work. Within 35 minutes you’ll have a warm, hearty and good-for-you (did we mention its vegan?) breakfast to feed a crowd. […]
Traditional Mexican hot chocolate has a richness unlike any hot chocolate you’ve ever tasted. In Mexico, and in many stateside specialty food shops, you can buy round bricks of chocolate already scented with different spices […]
When I’m looking to get dinner out in a hurry and I don’t want to fill the sink with dishes, a baking sheet is always where I turn. This humble piece of equipment is incredibly […]
Print Recipe Sysco Central Texas’ Octopus Tacos with Chimichurri and Jicama Tortillas Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course Entrées, Sauces Occasion Casual, Fall, Spring, Summer Servings servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients Octopus 1 octopus2 Oranges fresh2 Tablespoon ground oregano1 serrano pepper minced1/4 cup oil olive Chimichurri 1/4 cup Parsley1/2 cup cilantro2 clove garlic […]
Alternatively, you can break the cauliflowers apart into bite-size florets, and toss with the vinaigrette, greens, grapes, pepitas and cotija to make a cauliflower salad.
Don Carr, the Executive Chef at Sysco Central Texas, is sharing a recipe for a crispy Pistachio Crusted Red Snapper. To go with it, he’s also making a Harissa Beurre Blanc sauce and Sweet Potato and fire-roasted Corn Hash that’ll make for a perfect weeknight dinner.
This recipe is from Chef Roberto Crescini from Fresco! Cafe Italiano. He is click2houston’s Chef of the Month for March!
This recipe and photo are courtesy of The Garden Co. The soup is best made a day ahead, giving the flavors time to meld. The longer the soup sits, the more it will all turn the deep red color of beets.