Kale Pesto

Kale Pesto

This Kale pesto is an extremely healthy and a delicious version of a traditional green herb pesto.

What is a pesto exactly?

Pesto is simply a puree of greens that is emulsified with olive oil. It can be great with some pasta or as a sauce with roasted veggies. I’ve even been know to eat this Kale pesto as a dip with some veggie sticks or crackers.

And, as with all my recipes – It’s simple and quick and don’t forget to taste as you go!

This recipe uses the puree technique of emulsifying.

As with all of me recipes, this is a guideline and should be adjusted to your liking. Feel free to play as you go and ALWAYS cook with your senses!

If you like this kale pesto recipe, you should also try my Arugula Parsley Pesto Puree as well

Kale Pesto
Kale Pesto
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This Kale pesto is an extremely healthy and a delicious version of a traditional green herb pesto. Pesto is simply a puree of greens that is emulsified with olive oil. It can be great with some pasta or as a sauce with roasted veggies. I've even been know to eat this Kale pesto as a dip with some veggie sticks or crackers.
Servings Prep Time
4 people 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 people 10 minutes
Kale Pesto
Kale Pesto
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This Kale pesto is an extremely healthy and a delicious version of a traditional green herb pesto. Pesto is simply a puree of greens that is emulsified with olive oil. It can be great with some pasta or as a sauce with roasted veggies. I've even been know to eat this Kale pesto as a dip with some veggie sticks or crackers.
Servings Prep Time
4 people 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 people 10 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Clean Kale by removing leaves from the stem.
  2. Add all ingredients, except Olive Oil into your food processor. (If it doesn't fit, add it to a bowl and them process it in 2 parts.)
  3. Start the food processor and add the oil slowly until the pesto is a thick consistency. Then add a bit more oil, all while blending.
  4. Season with a good amount of salt and pepper and buzz once more to incorporate.
  5. You can serve over pasta or as a sauce with chicken or roasted veggies.
Recipe Notes

Ingredients to prep ahead: EVERYTHING! This is great made and then can be frozen in portions to use on a chaotic day! Pro Tip:

  • This Kale pesto recipe is great with the optional ingredients, but is still delicious if you don’t have them on hand.  You can also swap the sunflower seeds for a nut. (walnuts, pecans, almonds etc)
  • This pesto is great with pasta, added to chicken or steak, or even just with some crackers.
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Classic Sausage & Peppers

As a native Long Island Italian girl, sausage & peppers was one of the things I watched my dad drool over as a kid. I never loved cooked peppers as a child, but when I began to cook myself, I created my own recipe and it is hands down, the best sausage and peppers you will ever have.

And, as with all my recipes – It’s simple and quick. No long cook time for this classical sausage & peppers dish.

This recipe uses the One Pot Meal technique of building & layering flavors.

As with all of me recipes, this is a guideline and should be adjusted to your liking. Feel free to play as you go and ALWAYS cook with your senses!

If you like this One Pot Meal, you should also try my Classic Chili recipe as well.

Classic Sausage & Peppers
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As a native Long Island Italian girl, sausage & peppers was one of the things I watched my dad drool over as a kid. I never loved cooked peppers as a child, but when I began to cook myself, I created my own recipe and it is hands down, the best sausage and peppers you will ever have. And, as with all my recipes - It's simple and quick. No long cook time for this classical sausage & peppers dish.
Servings Prep Time
4 people 15 minutes
Cook Time
25 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 people 15 minutes
Cook Time
25 minutes
Classic Sausage & Peppers
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As a native Long Island Italian girl, sausage & peppers was one of the things I watched my dad drool over as a kid. I never loved cooked peppers as a child, but when I began to cook myself, I created my own recipe and it is hands down, the best sausage and peppers you will ever have. And, as with all my recipes - It's simple and quick. No long cook time for this classical sausage & peppers dish.
Servings Prep Time
4 people 15 minutes
Cook Time
25 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 people 15 minutes
Cook Time
25 minutes
Ingredients
Sausage & Peppers
Garlic Ricotta Mix
Servings: people
Instructions
Sausage & Peppers
  1. Season & sear sausage links in a shallow pot until brown all over. Then remove links from the pan.
  2. Add enough Olive oil to coat the bottom of the pan & add onion & garlic to the pot. Season with salt & pepper. Allow to cook and slight brown.
  3. Add peppers & re season slightly. Allow to cook 2-3 minutes until tender.
  4. Add Honey (or carrots) and cook 1 more minute. *If adding carrots, allow to cook for a few more minutes to let them soften.
  5. Using your hand, crush the tomatoes in the can and pour into pot. Rinse the can with about a 1/2 cup of water and add to the pot. Re season with salt & pepper.
  6. Add sausage back into the pot & allow to simmer on medium-low heat for 15-20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  7. Once sausages are cooked through, add chopped parsley & basil and cook another 5 minutes. Taste and re season if necessary.
Ricotta Accompaniment (Optional)
  1. Mix 2 T olive oil, 1 cup Ricotta, chopped garlic & parsley in a bowl. Season heavilty with salt & pepper. Can be served on top of the sausage and peppers to add a creaminess or served on toasty Italian bread. Either way - IT'S AMAZING!
Recipe Notes

Ingredients to prep ahead: 

  • Peppers, onion & garlic can all be chopped and stored together ahead of time. This can be done 1-2 days ahead as long as you store in an airtight container in the fridge.
  • Herbs can be rough chopped 1 day ahead. Store in an airtight container with a paper towel inside the container. This will help maintain low moisture.

As with so many Italian-American dishes, this one just gets better with time. I wouldn't recommend freezing, but you can definitely make a big batch and eat it through the week.

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Shaved yellow beets & fennel salad

I love trying new kinds of salads, but shaved fennel and yellow beets are my all time favorite and with a mandolin it takes less than 15 minutes to create.

With this salad, I start with fennel and beets, but this salad is also great if you add other shaved root vegetables and some cucumber as well. Some additions I’ve tried include: cucumber, carrots, red beets, candy cane beets, radishes, kohlrabi, celery. They’re all great!

The thing that makes this salad is, (as usual) the dressing. I usually encourage substitutions, but this dijon vinaigrette is a MUST have.

If you like our shaved fennel and yellow beet salad, you should also try our: Tabouli Recipe.

As with all of my recipes, measurements are NOT important. I always urge you to taste as you go and use your instincts.  You know what you like!

Shaved yellow beets & fennel salad
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With this salad, I start with fennel and beets, but this salad is also great if you add other shaved root vegetables and some cucumber as well. Some additions I've tried include: cucumber, carrots, red beets, candy cane beets, radishes, kohlrabi, celery. They're all great! The thing that makes this salad is, (as usual) the dressing. I usually encourage substitutions, but this dijon vinaigrette is a MUST have.
Servings Prep Time
4 people 15 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 people 15 minutes
Shaved yellow beets & fennel salad
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With this salad, I start with fennel and beets, but this salad is also great if you add other shaved root vegetables and some cucumber as well. Some additions I've tried include: cucumber, carrots, red beets, candy cane beets, radishes, kohlrabi, celery. They're all great! The thing that makes this salad is, (as usual) the dressing. I usually encourage substitutions, but this dijon vinaigrette is a MUST have.
Servings Prep Time
4 people 15 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 people 15 minutes
Ingredients
Salad
Dijon Vinaigrette Dressing
Servings: people
Instructions
Salad
  1. After washing the beets thoroughly, use a mandolin (or sharp knife) to shave thin and add to a bowl. No need to shave the beets - leave the skin on.
  2. Cut the tops off the fennel and shave thin using a mandolin (or sharp knife) If the outer layer of fennel is tough and dry - remove and discard first.
  3. Chop parsley & pick fennel leaves and add to salad.
  4. Season with salt & pepper
Dijon Vinaigrette Dressing
  1. To a mason jar or sealable container - Add all ingredients.
  2. Season heavily with kosher salt & pepper. Seal & shake.
  3. Taste to ensure that the dressing is not too tart or too oily. Adjust as needed.
Recipe Notes

Be sure to season at every step and taste as you go!

This dressing can be made in a large batch and kept in the fridge (virtually forever). Then you can enjoy it on this and other salads.

I also love this dressing on roasted veggies as well!

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Seared Bass with Brown Butter, Roasted Grapes & Capers

This dish uses the Searing Method.

This seared bass dish will be done in 15 minutes and yet make you feel fancy and special while you eat it.

The seared bass melts in your mouth, while the sweetness of the roasted grapes and the tangy earthy butter and caper make you want to dance.

In fact…you should dance. And drink wine and laugh with your family while you eat this meal. It’s divine.

You might be thinking….Roasted grapes!? What the hell?

I’m telling you…It’s AMAZING!

By throwing the grapes in your hot pan, you blister the skin and deepen their sweetness. It’s a perfect pairing to the sweet bass flavor.

Since the sauce is made in the same pan, you won’t even have dishes to clean at the end of it all!

And if you re not a fish fan, this sauce is also delicious on some seared chicken as well.

As with all of my recipes, measurements are NOT important. I always urge you to taste as you go and use your instincts.  You know what you like!

Check out some of our other recipes that use Searing too!

Seared Bass with Brown Butter, Roasted Grapes & Capers
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This seared bass dish will be done in 15 minutes and yet make you feel fancy and special while you eat it. It melts in your mouth, while the sweetness of the roasted grapes and the tangy earthy butter and caper make you want to dance. Using the Searing Method, the fish cooks quickly and with no prep while leaving you with a crispy skin and soft, flavorful meat. Since the sauce is made in the same pan, you won't even have dishes to clean at the end of it all!
Servings Prep Time
2 people 0 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
15 minutes 0 minutes
Servings Prep Time
2 people 0 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
15 minutes 0 minutes
Seared Bass with Brown Butter, Roasted Grapes & Capers
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This seared bass dish will be done in 15 minutes and yet make you feel fancy and special while you eat it. It melts in your mouth, while the sweetness of the roasted grapes and the tangy earthy butter and caper make you want to dance. Using the Searing Method, the fish cooks quickly and with no prep while leaving you with a crispy skin and soft, flavorful meat. Since the sauce is made in the same pan, you won't even have dishes to clean at the end of it all!
Servings Prep Time
2 people 0 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
15 minutes 0 minutes
Servings Prep Time
2 people 0 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
15 minutes 0 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Dry the skin of your fish with a paper or cloth towel. Then, season the fish with salt & pepper on the flesh side only. This will keep it dry and help with the browning later.
  2. Add oil to your pan and turn the heat on high to get it smoking hot.
  3. Once your oil begins to smoke, add your fish skin side down.
  4. Using a spatula or your fingers, GENTLY press the fish against the pan. Pressing and releasing every 2-3 seconds until the flesh begins to relax. The fish will automatically curl and tense when it hits the pan. By gently pressing on the skin, this will aide it in making contact with the pan and browning until it's naturally ready to relax.
  5. Turn heat down to medium high and let cook 2-3 minutes.
  6. Add butter & thyme
  7. Using a spoon, baste the fish with the butter as it begins to brown and bubble. Do this until the skins flesh is no longer translucent. Remove fish from pan.
  8. Add the grapes to the pan and let cook 1 minute.
  9. Add all the other ingredients & season with salt & pepper.
  10. Remove the thyme sprigs and spoon the sauce over the fish to enjoy!
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Velvety Leek & Potato Soup

Leek & Potato Soup is one of the most comforting soups for me. It’s velvety, warming & leaves me feeling really cozy.

Oh – and it’s SO simple!

With only 7 ingredients this Leek & Potato Soup it’s extremely affordable and it’s great in teaching folks how to build flavor.

As with all Connected Chef recipes, let your kitchen and instincts guide you as you cook. The ingredient amount below are used as a starting off point; taste as you go and re season as needed!

This recipe utilizes the One Pot Meal – Flavor Building Method.

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For other One Pot Meals and soups, be sure to check our these recipes!

 

Potato Leek Soup

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Potato & Leek Soup is one of the most comforting soups for me. It's velvety, warming & leaves me feeling really cozy.

Oh - and it's SO simple!

With only 7 ingredients it's extremely affordable and it's great in teaching folks how to build flavor.

As with all Connected Chef recipes, let your kitchen and instincts guide you as you cook. The ingredient amount below are used as a starting off point; taste as you go and re season as needed!

Servings Prep Time
4 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
40 minutes

Servings Prep Time
4 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
40 minutes

Potato Leek Soup

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Potato & Leek Soup is one of the most comforting soups for me. It's velvety, warming & leaves me feeling really cozy.

Oh - and it's SO simple!

With only 7 ingredients it's extremely affordable and it's great in teaching folks how to build flavor.

As with all Connected Chef recipes, let your kitchen and instincts guide you as you cook. The ingredient amount below are used as a starting off point; taste as you go and re season as needed!

Servings Prep Time
4 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
40 minutes

Servings Prep Time
4 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
40 minutes

Ingredients


Servings: people

Instructions
  1. Clean and chop leaks and potatoes.
    There is no need to peel the potatoes if you have ones with thin skin.

  2. Chop garlic & pull thyme leaves

  3. In a large stock pot, warm 2T butter and 1/4 olive oil together.

  4. Add leeks & garlic and season with salt & pepper. Cook until soft and slightly browned. About 10 minutes.

  5. Add potatoes & thyme and season again with more salt & pepper.
    Saute everything together for another 10 minutes until very soft and browned.

    Most of your cooking of the soup will be at this stage. Sauteing the ingredients together in this way will build and deepen flavor.

  6. Add vegetable stock and finish cooking potatoes until falling apart soft. Season again with salt & pepper and taste.

  7. Add 1 cup milk and 2 T butter and cook for 5 minutes.

  8. Blend in a blender or with a stick (immersion) blender. Give the soup a final taste and season if necessary.

    Enjoy!

Recipe Notes

Be sure to season at every step and taste as you go!

Because this recipe has potato and dairy, it will absorb the salt more readily and require a bit more salt than other soups.

Choosing your potato: Yukon Gold potatoes have great flavor, which is why I've selected them for this recipe. However, DO NOT go crazy searching for them if they're not right in front of you at the market. You can choose any thin skinned potato and it will work well.

I recommend not getting thick skinned potatoes for two reasons.

1) The are not as flavorful

2) You'll have the extra step of peeling them

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Mediterranean Summer Tabouli

Tabouli is a great snack to pack for picnics or bring for your next pot luck. It’s super simple and quick to make.

Typically Tabouli is made with bulgar wheat, but this version utilizes QUINOA to make it gluten free and protein packed.

As with all of my recipes, measurements are NOT important. I always urge you to taste as you go and use your instincts.  You know what you like!

For some more ideas on how to utilize Quinoa – check out this Marinaded Veggie Recipe.

Tabouli
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Enjoy this simple, finely chopped salad with tons of parsley. Serve with lettuce wraps or crackers for a snack or as a side dish to some grilled meats. To achieve the right tabouli texture, you will need to chop the vegetables as finely as possible. (Be sure to use firm tomatoes!)
Servings Prep Time
8 people 20 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
0 minutes 0 minutes
Servings Prep Time
8 people 20 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
0 minutes 0 minutes
Tabouli
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Enjoy this simple, finely chopped salad with tons of parsley. Serve with lettuce wraps or crackers for a snack or as a side dish to some grilled meats. To achieve the right tabouli texture, you will need to chop the vegetables as finely as possible. (Be sure to use firm tomatoes!)
Servings Prep Time
8 people 20 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
0 minutes 0 minutes
Servings Prep Time
8 people 20 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
0 minutes 0 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Boil quinoa in salted water until tender. Strain well & let cool
  2. Finely chop mint, parsley and scallion. Use the whole scallion (greens and white)
  3. Very small dice cucumbers and tomato
  4. Mix all ingredients with lime juice & olive oil. Season well with salt & pepper
  5. Serve with lettuce wraps or crackers for a snack or as a side dish to some grilled meats.
Recipe Notes

Pro Tips:

  1. Be sure not to use too much Quinoa when you mix up the salad.  The idea is to have a little quinoa with the salad, not a little salad with your quinoa.
  2. If you are making ahead and have the time - strain your tomatoes to separate eliminate the seeds and juice. This will keep your tabouli dry and not too wet as it sits.

 

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Balsamic Marinated Summer Veggies

There are many vegetables at the market that grow in abundance in the Summer.

Squash, Zucchini, Peppers, Eggplant – These veggies are cheap. Unfortunately, many people don’t like them or don’t know how to make them SUPER yummy so that they enjoy them.

My secret – This is the ONLY way I will eat these particular veggies.

As with all of my recipes, measurements are NOT important. I always urge you to taste as you go and use your instincts.  You know what you like!

Balsamic Marinated Summer Veggies
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This simple & fast marinated veggie recipe can be made ahead of time and eaten all week. You can also use the let over marinade as a dressing! Add some cooked Quinoa, Cous cous or Rice for a full lunch.
Servings Prep Time
4 people 15 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
15 minutes 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 people 15 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
15 minutes 10 minutes
Balsamic Marinated Summer Veggies
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This simple & fast marinated veggie recipe can be made ahead of time and eaten all week. You can also use the let over marinade as a dressing! Add some cooked Quinoa, Cous cous or Rice for a full lunch.
Servings Prep Time
4 people 15 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
15 minutes 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 people 15 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
15 minutes 10 minutes
Ingredients
Balsamic Marinade (aka. dressing)
Veggies
Servings: people
Instructions
Marinade
  1. Add all ingredients to a jar and season with salt & pepper. Shake it up.
Roasted Veggies
  1. Load all the cut veggies in a bowl and pour the marinade over the top. (Peppers - simply cut off the sides for large pieces)
  2. Let sit for 10 minutes.
  3. Place all veggies on a baking sheet. Be sure to not crowd the pan and do not let them overlap. (This will ensure that they will brown and not steam)
  4. Place in a 450 degree oven for about 10-15 minutes until they are tender. No need to flip or move the veggies.
  5. Enjoy with a salad or as a side dish. Finish with some of the left over marinade as a dressing!
Recipe Notes

The veggies for this recipe are also really great if grilled! -- Just be sure to cut the pieces lengthwise so they don't fall through the grill.

Add these veggies to some cooked quinoa, cous cous or brown rice for a delicious Summer salad.

Marinade will last weeks in your fridge!

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Orange Coriander Marinade

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This marinade recipe is a Connected Chef Classic and one of the very first recipes I started teaching clients when I began. It’s FILLED with flavor, good with any lean meat or veggies and is SO fast and easy. (as with all marinades!)

Toasting the spices are ultimately optional, but if you do so it will add more flavor.

With that said, when we need to feed our kids, toasted spices can wait! 🙂

As with all of my recipes, measurements are NOT important. I always urge you to taste as you go and use your instincts.  You know what you like!

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Orange Coriander Marinade Recipe
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This marinade recipe is a Connected Chef Classic and one of the very first recipes I started teaching clients when I began. It's FILLED with flavor, good with any lean meat or veggies and is SO fast and easy. (as with all marinades!) The measurements are not exact because we want you to make it your own. Keep in mind a marinade should be EXTRA strong in flavor because not all of it will make it to the final dish.
Prep Time
10 minutes
Prep Time
10 minutes
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Orange Coriander Marinade Recipe
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This marinade recipe is a Connected Chef Classic and one of the very first recipes I started teaching clients when I began. It's FILLED with flavor, good with any lean meat or veggies and is SO fast and easy. (as with all marinades!) The measurements are not exact because we want you to make it your own. Keep in mind a marinade should be EXTRA strong in flavor because not all of it will make it to the final dish.
Prep Time
10 minutes
Prep Time
10 minutes
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Chop onion and garlic
  2. Toast coriander & black peppercorns in a dry saute pan on high heat until you can smell the aromatics of the spice This step can be done in bulk and ahead of time!
  3. Crush the spices, just to crack them open. How? coffee grinder, ziplock bag and pot, or a mortar & pestle
  4. Combine all ingredients in a container and taste.
  5. Adjust for additional amounts of ingredients if you desire.
Recipe Notes

Toasting the spices are ultimately optional, but if you do so it will add more flavor.

With that said, when we need to feed our kids, toasted spices can wait! 🙂

As with all of my recipes, measurements are NOT important. I always urge you to taste as you go and use your instincts.  You know what you like!

Keep in mind a marinade should be EXTRA strong in flavor because not all of it will make it to the final dish.

 

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Arugula Parsley Puree

This bright, herby arugula parsley puree is a simple sauce that can also be used as a marinade. It's excellent with fish, steak, or any protein!

Our favorite pairing for this easy arugula parsley sauce is definitely fish, but it is delicious with steak and other proteins as well!

If you decide to serve this bright and herby arugula parsley puree over a grilled steak, Corn Salsa makes a fabulous side.

As with other Connected Chef recipes, let the kitchen and your instincts be your guide as you cook. The ingredient amounts below are just a starting off point – use your senses as you cook!

It’s important to add water and olive oil to this arugula and parsley sauce just a little at a time.

As you do, take note of the sauce as it breaks down and emulsifies in the blender. Blend a little, then taste a little. And don’t be shy with the salt at the end; that’s what will bring out the most flavor!

This bright, herby arugula parsley puree is a simple sauce that can also be used as a marinade. It's excellent with fish, steak, or any protein!
Arugula Parsley Puree
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Our favorite pairing for this arugula and parsley puree sauce is definitely fish, but it is delicious with steak and other proteins as well!
Servings Prep Time
2 cups 5
Cook Time
5
Servings Prep Time
2 cups 5
Cook Time
5
This bright, herby arugula parsley puree is a simple sauce that can also be used as a marinade. It's excellent with fish, steak, or any protein!
Arugula Parsley Puree
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Our favorite pairing for this arugula and parsley puree sauce is definitely fish, but it is delicious with steak and other proteins as well!
Servings Prep Time
2 cups 5
Cook Time
5
Servings Prep Time
2 cups 5
Cook Time
5
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Blanch arugula & parsley in boiling water for 1-2 minutes until bright green and wilted. immediately transfer greens to a bowl of ice water to shock and cool down.
  2. Drain water from greens, reserving 1/2 cup of water.
  3. Combine blanched greens, reserved water & lemon zest in blender and blend until smooth. If the mixture is too thick, slowly add water 1/4 cup at a time, until the sauce is thin enough to easily coat the back of a spoon.
  4. Add the mascarpone or cream cheese to the blender. Turn to low, then slowly add the olive oil in a steady stream, until the sauce is smooth and creamy.
  5. Season with salt to taste.
Recipe Notes

Note: There is a lot of water content in this puree because the herbs are made up of mainly water. That means this recipe will require a decent amount of salt, don’t be shy. ☺

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Red Wine Vinaigrette

This red wine vinaigrette dressing is super simple, yet surprisingly delicious! I recommend making 3 big jars so you can always have it some on hand in the fridge. It’s a great vinaigrette for vegetables, salads, sandwiches – you name it!

Like most of my recipes, I really recommend you start with the base here and then play around. Once you’ve got the 1:3 ratio of red wine vinegar to olive oil, you can toss in some herbs, add some lemon, whatever you’ve got!

This is a great vinaigrette to serve on a plate of roasted veggies with something hearty on the side, like Roasted Chicken

Red Wine Vinaigrette
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This is the most simple, yet surprisingly delicious vinaigrette dressing. You will want to make 3 big jars and just leave it in your fridge to have on hand.
Red Wine Vinaigrette
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This is the most simple, yet surprisingly delicious vinaigrette dressing. You will want to make 3 big jars and just leave it in your fridge to have on hand.
Instructions
  1. Starting with a 1:3 ratio of vinegar : oil, combine all ingredients in a mason jar & shake.
  2. If you like your dressing a bit more acidic, add a bit more vinegar.
  3. To take away the acid bite a bit, add a touch of water.
  4. The longer the dressing sits in the fridge, the better it gets!
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