Today’s post starts “THE BEST OF 2015” week! And what a great way to start off with the 12 BEST RECIPES OF 2015. Oh yummy! These are my favorite and the most scrumptious recipes I’ve made this year! Tons of flavor, lots of delicious and fresh ingredients make up the best of the best this year! These recipes are company worthy and work great for family dinners too! Here are the best recipes of 2015…
I’ve eaten this chicken since I got teeth! As long as I can remember it’s been a favorite in my childhood home and here at StoneGable! My grandmother, Nani, taught me how to make this and it is a heritage recipe. Such simple ingredients and such wonderful flavor!!!! If you try one recipe in this post, try this one! YUMMY!
I love love love puff pastry! It’s the best foil to use for both sweet and savory food! It’s company worthy and so easy to use to transform so many dishes! If you don’t cook with puff pastry you should and you should begin with these recipes!
I call pesto “green gold”. Oh, my this is one of the best tasting things I make! I plant lots of basil and make enough pesto to last until I plant new in the spring! I could eat the entire jar!
Italian sausage and swiss chard lasagna is an elegant, single serve dish. Filled with amazing flavors that work together for a major helping of deliciousness! Certainly company worthy but great for the whole family.
Here’s another heritage recipe from StoneGable! I’m sure this recipe has been passed down for generations and generations in our family! It’s rich with a beefy hardiness and lots of vegetables! It so easy to make. All you need is a few hours to simmer in the amazing flavors!
Once you make fresh tomato sauce you will not ever go back! Another easy and freezable recipe that will let you savor the flavor of summer all year long!
Easy peasy and so so delicious. The shrimp is infused with lots of fresh herb goodness! We make these luscious shrimp all year long!
I make pot roast a couple times a month. Oh yum!!! You will love this recipe and so will your family!
This is a pantry dinner. When you don’t know what to make for dinner you can probably find these ingredients in your kitchen. Our family is crazy about this oh, so easy recipe!
This is one of the best way to use garden herbs or herbs you get from the store and need to use up! Add this salt to any dish for a great layer of flavor! There are so so many options!
Spiced pumpkin oatmeal is not just for the fall. Make this all year long and enjoy the perfect yumminess for breakfast. Put it in a bowl and add milk.
Roasted carrots have a sweet and charred taste. What a great combination. They work with almost any main dish and add an upscaled taste to a weeknight dinner!
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