Andouille Chicken Sausage Tacos with Mango Pineapple Salsa


These incredible Andouille Chicken Sausage Tacos with Mango Pineapple Salsa can be on your dinner table less than 15 minutes from now. True story.

That is, assuming you already have the ingredients in your fridge. If not, pull out this week's grocery list, because I've got a few things you're going to want to add to it!

Zucchini Jalapeño Soup

The bold flavors of this spicy green soup make it a lot more satisfying to me than the typical veggie soup. Jalapenos, cilantro, and fresh limes combine with the mild zucchinis for a soup that is a bit Mexican-inspired.

Cold Broiled Salmon with Lemon Garlic Oil

Salmon, simply roasted and served slightly chilled, is one of my absolute favorite things to eat. It's a perfect easy lunch, but it's even better as a dish to serve when entertaining. It's made in advance (the number one rule of easy dinner parties) and tastes even better a few hours after cooking (the number one rule of make ahead recipes).

Coconut Lime Cabbage Slaw

This Coconut Lime Cabbage Slaw recipe was a collaborative effort between one of my friends and I.

I created the coconut lime dressing to use on a carrot salad I often served as part of my menus at Good Commons, the retreat center my friend owns where I cook during the summer. She fell in love with the dressing and started using it with shredded cabbage as a vegan coleslaw to serve during a annual bbq she caters every year.

I helped out with the event one summer, and fell in love with the way she used the dressing on cabbage. I then took THAT idea, added a few touches of my own (cilantro! coconut flakes!) and a new favorite coleslaw recipe was born!

Flourless Keto Microwave Lemon Pudding Cake


This easy low-carb flourless microwave lemon pudding cake is one of my favorite weeknight treats! Lemon desserts have long been my favorite, and this tart, spongy, pudding cake is the perfect cozy end to the day.

Roasted Jalapeño Lime Remoulade

This easy spicy Roasted Jalapeño Lime Remoulade is the perfect topping sauce for crab cakes or fish tacos. It's also wonderful as a dip served with fried shrimp, dolloped over oysters, or to use in sandwiches or burgers.

Roasting the jalapeños softens the heat a bit and adds a touch of smoky charred flavor to the sauce. You can roast the peppers under a flame broiler or on a traditional grill. If you don't have either option, you can also roast them in a 425 degree F oven for about 20 minutes, though you likely won't get the same charred exterior.


Broiled Fish with Rustic Mediterranean Tomato, Onion & Caper Sauce

This smoky rustic tomato sauce is one of my FAVORITE easy fish dinner recipes. The Mediterranean ingredients of tomato, capers, garlic, onion, sherry, herbs, and chorizo come together quickly on the stovetop, then can be served over a variety of firm white fishes. I usually serve this with perch, red snapper, or halibut, but choose your favorite! (If you prefer, it's also wonderful with shrimp or salmon.)

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