Think you need to deep fry wings in order for them to be good? Uh, guess what, think again! I found the easiest trick for making crispy oven buffalo wings ever, and it’s going to blow your mind. Are you ready for it? Because I don’t think you are.
So when there was shrimp, andouille sausage, and chicken available to snag one week in my Imperfect Foods box, that could only mean one thing: jambalaya. Rarely am I able to snag these items and make a pot of my favorite creole dish. Yet, I couldn’t find a recipe I really liked in all of my cookbooks. So, in true Kiersten-is-bored fashion, I made an easy one-pot jambalaya recipe. Huzzah!
Day two of sharing one of my favorite Mexican recipes, and funny enough, this was also a recipe I liked to make in college. Even though I would buy tostada shells pre-made to go with my black beans and Mexican rice, I recently learned how easy it is to make these shells from scratch! So I figured I would teach you how to make tostadas.
Ready for an embarrassing story? Many months ago I posted a photo on Instagram Stories of this creamy roasted red pepper chicken that I made, and a follower asked for the recipe. I told her that I would absolutely post it on my blog—and then completely dropped the ball. Like, really. It’s been months. So this is dedicated to her.
Alright, I caved. I got an Instant Pot. Well, kind of. I was asked to develop a bunch of Instant Pot recipes for work which, of course, meant I was kind of forced to get one. So here we are, my very first Instant Pot meal for this blog, so I figured we would all get started with some spicy Instant Pot BBQ pulled pork. Why? Because I had a theory I needed to prove.