In this post I am going to share 4 recipes that I use time and time again. Each of them is featured on someone else’s food blog and since I make them exactly as written, I am simply going to refer to you the source. These are real keepers and only a click away. Enjoy!
The aptly named, Perfect S’more Cookies by Baked By Rachel
Pay attention to her advice to press the marshmallows into the center of the dough when possible. It’s an easy step that will help the cookies keep their shape. These cookies are a huge hit around here.
Grilled Salmon with Avocado Salsa from Laylita’s Recipes
I haven’t photographed this dish so I have borrowed the lovely one above from Laylita’s Recipes. Sometimes I use a whole side of salmon and serve it with the salsa on top for a beautiful dinner party presentation.
Sesame Noodles with Scallions and Cilantro from Week of Menus.
I like to add lots of veggies to these noodles. They travel really well and sometimes we top them with grilled chicken or shrimp.
Homemade Caesar Dressing from Once Upon A Chef
No raw eggs here so no worries about that. I like to make tiny little croutons to put on this salad…nice to get a little crunch with every bite! In this photo, my croutons are gluten free. Udi’s White Bread, found in the freezer section of Whole Foods and other grocery stores, makes excellent croutons. Just remove the crusts, cut into tiny cubes, about 1/4 inch, douse with extra virgin olive oil (enough to just soak through the bread cubes but not pool on the baking tray) Sprinkle with salt and pepper and put in an 250 degree oven and then you can just forget about them for a while…..1-1 1/2 hours…or until golden brown and crunchy throughout. (Pepperidge Farm Hearty White Bread is a good option for croutons if you don’t need/want gluten free)