What makes this the best potato pancakes recipe with mashed potatoes? Well, for one, it uses a special ingredient to really give it some flavor. And the recipe is easy to make, perfect for those leftovers or even a boxed mashed potato mix. Have some potatoes ready to be thrown into the compost pile? Made too much for Sunday dinner? Or just want something a little different instead of the regular ol’ mashed potatoes with a side of gravy? Then try out my delish potato pancakes.
This Korean mung bean sprouts salad banchan recipe (숙주나물 무침) has a special place in my heart. It uses the bean sprouts that someone might normally think of with Pad Thai, but you can literally use any kind of bean sprout. Even sprout your own beans, if you’d like! It’s one of The Kid’s (and my own) favorite Korean banchans (those are the little Korean side dishes you get when you have Korean food). Maybe we just both like bean sprouts, or maybe it’s something about the satisfying texture.
I’m doing something a little different with potatoes today: one potato cake recipe from mashed potatoes, filled with ham, cheese, eggs, and pickles … and then topped with peas. Normally, I would whip up some small potato cakes (almost the size of a small pancake) to use up that leftover mashed potatoes, or potatoes that might go bad soon. But this recipe is for a complete meal, all dressed up for the dinner table. You can also use it as a side dish, especially for that Easter ham!
Let’s throw down some of our harvest bounty with this grilled zucchini with feta and mint recipe that came together last minute, as I had a bunch of random ingredients and nothing to go with some chicken patties that I had planned for dinner. I had a zuke sitting on my counter from the farmer’s market, and some feta that was going to go bad if I didn’t use it up. And voilà (queue my French accent right there), a new fav is born. It has a hint of the Mediterranean with its minty flavor.
Looking for a quick and delicious veggie side dish? Look no further than this irresistible caramelized Brussels sprouts recipe with brown sugar and bacon. This recipe is a true crowd-pleaser … and honestly, doesn’t bacon make everything taste good? The combination of sweet and savory flavors and the crisp texture will make you fall in love with Brussels. Not only is this dish incredibly tasty, but it also packs a nutritional punch, thanks to the health benefits of Brussels sprouts.
Try this broccoli and cheese casserole with fresh broccoli recipe if you want to bury the icky taste of broccoli! So, I hate broccoli. So does The Husband. But it’s so good for you that he’s been forcing himself to eat it. My two cents: smother it in cheese. Lots and lots and lots of cheese. Cheese makes everything so good. You know what could make this even better? Bacon! You could throw some of bacon in this casserole, too. But this casserole features cheese and broccoli, lots of both.
If you enjoyed my last Cajun seasoning recipe and want something similar to enjoy with your meals, check out Palapa, It’s a tasty side you can pair with dishes like chicken or baked salmon. Palapa is a mix of spicy and flavorful spices. fantastic addition to your kitchen, like datil pepper or hot sauce. You can customize it to suit your taste, so it’s perfect when you want a different and delicious flavor.
Since I tried making the Blue Gatorade Shot, I thought, why not check out more quick shot recipes? This time, I went for a creamy one, the Pistachio Shot. The glass looks super yummy, not just great for a quick creamy shot but also goes well with lots of desserts, like tiramisu or brownies. This is my first time making a drink with pistachio. I’ve used it in a lot of desserts before, but putting it in a drink seems a bit weird, doesn’t it?
If you enjoy eating fries and want something more creative and extra crispy and creamy with your regular fries, Dirty French Fries is perfect to try. This Dirty French Fries snack contains French fries covered with great seasoned, olive oil, garlic powder, onion powder, smoked paprika, salt, pepper, and more.
This roasted carrots recipe with brown sugar checks all the boxes: crowd-pleasing, easy to cook, reasonably healthy. It also gets double bonus points because they are completely addictive as well. They are also super easy to make with just a touch of smoky salt. Ready in just 20 minutes and requiring only a handful of dishes, these carrots are a fantastic side dish for an easy weeknight or holiday meal! The brown sugar barbecue sauce has a sweet-tangy flavor that works on plates year-round.
Making this canning peanut butter recipe is super easy, and you can customize it the way you like. Once you try this recipe, you won’t want to buy store peanut butter again. Because why buy it with all those preservatives when you can make it in your kitchen, just the way you like it (creamy or chunky), or even substituting different nuts.
There is nothing better than a great refreshing drink to start your daily tasks or work etc… Well I think you need to try this Red Bull Sunrise. This drink mixes Red Bull with yummy citrus stuff to make a booster drink in just 3 easy steps and ingredients as well. Lots of people add alcoholic ingredients to Red Bull Sunrise, but my husband and I don’t like that. So, I tried making it without any alcohol. Making the Red Bull Sunrise without any alcoholic ingredients is a fantastic idea, and you’ll still get to enjoy its refreshing taste.