This homemade pasta piccata is a delicious and easy summertime meal— all made in one pot! The bright and lemony piccata sauce pairs perfectly with salty capers, buttery breadcrumbs, and handmade fettuccine. You can also substitute store-bought pasta for a quick weeknight meal!
For Beginner Cooks
Inspired by the flavors of southern Italy, this delicious summer dish is the perfect weeknight meal! It’s quick, easy, and requires very little prep work! Not to mention it has everything: crispy orzo, charred lemon, whipped herbed ricotta, and bright garlic kale. Time to open a bottle of wine and start cooking!
If I told you this biscuit recipe is only three ingredients, doesn’t require a pastry cutter, and can be made from start to finish in less than 25 minutes… would you believe me? Well, you should! Not only are they easy, but they’re also absolutely delicious and taste far better than any you’ll buy at the grocery store!
These chocolate-hazelnut truffles are a delicious (and boozy!) six-ingredient dessert! They’re sweet, salty, and with a delicious crunch from the hazelnuts! This recipe is incredibly versatile so you can adapt it to whatever you have on hand– check out the full recipe for substitution ideas!
This salad board has all of my favorite summer fruits and veggies– grilled peaches, fennel, strawberries, watermelon radish, just to name a few. And if that isn’t enough, a delicious ball of burrata sits right in the center. Top it all off with a squeeze of blood orange juice and white balsamic vinegar and you’ve got a delicious (and fun) lunch ready in just a few minutes!