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This chicken noodle soup recipe blew my mind. At first glance, it doesn’t look like anything special. However, the chicken IS the noodles, making this instructional video far from mundane.
I cooked scallops for the first time last night. I was nervous about cooking to the perfect “done-ness” but the process proved to be pretty fail proof. This recipe was also improvised and I love how it turned out! The tomatoes, basil, and rosemary add so much flavor but the dish isn’t drenched or submerged in a stew, allowing you to appreciate the taste and texture of the scallops on their own.
I bought the frozen mushroom ravioli bag from Trader Joe’s. I love the ravioli but I’m not a huge fan of the sauce. Easy fix – discard the sauce and cook the ravioli in butter then baked with fresh grated parmesan cheese. I also added dry aromatics – ground sage and italian seasoning mix. The result: crispy edges, soft bits of the mushroom filling, and a subtle but nice sage and italian flavor.