At this point in the year, I feel like I’m living in limbo. The New Year isn’t officially here, but it is in my crosshairs. I’m trying to recover from weeks of hosting holiday parties, decorating, and shopping for gifts; yet still trying to figure out what white elephant gift I’m bringing to the next party.
Typically, for me this means that light and easy fare is what’s coming out of my kitchen! his week we've got an easy coconut shrimp curry, garlic chicken, a kale and sausage soup, and more!
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Arugula Salad with Beets and Goat Cheese
I’m taking full advantage of beet season with this hearty salad. It can be bulked up for your meat-eaters by adding pan-seared shrimp or a flaky, lean fish (like cod). The roasted beets paired up with the creamy goat cheese make one more round of Jingle Bell Rock bearable.
Easy Coconut Shrimp Curry
Sometimes you need to switch things up during the holidays because it’s very easy for your taste buds to get bored. This Easy Coconut Shrimp Curry is the exotic, flavor-bomb I need to escape the monotony of turkey and stuffing. Plus, it’s quick and easy!
Garlic Chicken with White Wine Sauce
Six ingredients. One pan. What’s not to appreciate about this recipe? I do serve mine over egg noodles, which adds another pan, but even with two pans this recipe is great for this busy time of year.
Kale Sausage Soup with Tomatoes and Chickpeas
Although kale is available year-round in most areas, it’s true season is during the colder months. Taking the time to peruse your local farmer’s market will pay culinary dividends and then put it to use in this Kale Sausage Soup! And, yes, it is another one-pot wonder.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
Baked Sweet Potato Taquitos
Our Friday night meals usually consist of tacos of some form. Instead of our usual ground beef, I’m switching it up with these Baked Sweet Potato Taquitos. For me, there’s nothing more exciting than seeing my carnivorous family devouring a completely vegan dish and having no clue.