Give this popular power food a little flavor from the southwest to spice up dinner.
A relatively simple dish with a touch of flair, these boneless turkey breasts are great for a dinner party or an average weeknight meal. No turkey? No problem. Chicken breasts work just as well.
This recipe uses butter for sautéing and to finish a rich sauce. It’s a classic Indian dish that takes almost less time to make than the accompanying rice. Spice it up, or not, with green chile peppers. By the way, this dish gets better with time. Make it up to two days ahead, refresh with more pepper and cilantro, if needed, and dig in.
Don’t let the simplicity of this soup fool you. It has great flavor, texture and is delightfully spicy. Locally produced salsa, like Frog Ranch Salsa, delivers big Ohio tomato flavor.
Just three ingredients!
This can be made ahead; store in the refrigerator until ready to serve.
If you like peanuts and noodles, you’ll enjoy this tasty and colorful dish.