A Meatless Monday dish that still eats like a steak. Big slices of cauliflower are seared in a cast iron skillet then finished in the oven, for a crunchy golden brown crust on the outside. Served over a ladle of Spanish-inspired pureed red pepper and walnut sauce.
Baked Stuffed Tomatoes from Happy Baking Days
Risotto-filled beef (or beefsteak) tomatoes topped with asparagus make an elegant red-themed dish perfect for a Valentine’s meal.
Baked Gnocchi with Spinach and Homemade Tomato Sauce from Take A Bite Out Of Boca
A recipe that is both healthy and easy, this makes enough for two as a side dish, or enjoy alone on those nights when you’re not in the mood for cooking a big meal.
Bruschetta Chicken Bake from Momma’s Meals
A quick and easy one pot dish of consisting of chicken, tomato, stuffing, cheese, and fresh basil. This cooks up in 30 minutes, and will have you and your family coming back for seconds.
Stacked New Mexico Red Chile Enchiladas from Hot Momma’s Kitchen Chaos
This traditional New Mexican dish has all the necessities – corn tortillas, beef, cheese, onions, and of course, enchilada sauce made fresh with New Mexico Red Chile.
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