This dish is a twist on traditional Italian shrimp scampi – keep the lemony garlic-butter sauce and pair with parmesan-infused orzo and cauliflower bites. Fresh, healthy, and veggie-packed, our take on Shrimp Scampi with Cauliflower & Parmesan Orzo is s-hr-imply delightful!
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Braising is a cooking technique that sears then simmers meat and vegetables in a yummy sauce, maximizing flavor and creating a homey meal for your table. This One Pot Braised Chicken Thighs & Vegetables dish is a one pot dream (and clean up!): tender, juicy, melt-in-your-mouth chicken thighs surrounded by creamy baby potatoes and earthy broccolini. Simple, delicious, and hassle-free!
Arrabbiata means “angry” in Italian, so think of it as angry (spicy!) tomato sauce. The key to this light, fresh Pipe Rigate & Shrimp Arrabbiata that’s packed with a punch is the balance between sweet San Marzano tomatoes, spicy red pepper, and earthy parsley. Paired with fresh, crisp shrimp, this angry sauce won’t be making anyone angry at your dinner table!
Pesto is an essential Italian sauce and condiment made with fresh herbs, garlic, nuts, cheese, and olive oil. It’s so easy to make (thanks food processor!) and packed with bright, herby, rich flavor. Paired with crunchy fresh green beans and creamy cheese ravioli, this 15-min. (YES!) Basil & Spinach Pesto with Ravioli & Green Beans easily scores five stars.