Power bowls are my go-to weekday lunch. They are easy to prep ahead of time, reheat well and taste delish. Power bowls are also easy to make from “empty the fridge ingredients”. I often combine a few leftovers together to make a yummy bowl. Get creative or follow these amazing recipes.
If you don’t know what naan is, please RUN to your nearest supermarket and have your mind blown. Naan is a leavened, oven-baked flatbread found in the cuisines mainly of Iran, India, Western Asia, South Asia, Central Asia, Myanmar and the Caribbean. Wikipedia Ingredients garlic naan pesto paste sliced mozzarella cherry tomatoes green onion for … More Test Kitchen: Naan Pizza
To say that I’ve been a bit obsessed with trying to replicate my favorite childhood comfort foods in the Insta Pot is an understatement. Why the instapot and not the old fashion way, you ask… because ain’t nobody got time to be in the kitchen all day while working a full time job.. One night … More Arroz con Pollo
Is burning lentil soup on the insta pot a bad omen? -asking for a friend A few weeks ago while cleaning the Instant Pot, the pressure valve fell out. I didn’t think much of it and just placed it back as best I could. I had successfully made arroz con pollo in the Instant Pot … More Potaje de Chicharo
A coworker shared this recipe with me for a quick weeknight soup. I waited for a cold front and put this recipe to work! I couldn’t find cornstarch at trader joes, so I modified that step and instead puree the soup in my ninja. I paired the soup with a classic grilled cheese. It satisfied … More Broccoli + Cheddar Soup