Potato and Tomato Salad
If you've never tried the combination of Tomatoes and Potatoes in a salad, you should! Tossed in a light vinaigrette, the salad is quick to make and very satisfying.
Grape and Feta Salad
As the temperature gets warmer, we'd like to make a lot of salads here at Kitchen Dad's. Today, I am going to share this Grape and Feta Salad that we love. The combination saltiness and juiciness from the feta cheese and grapes are fantastic especially when you throw in some red onion and almonds. So good. This salad only takes a few minutes and would pair great with some grilled chicken, fish or steak.
Not quite like the fajitas, you get at a restaurant but super easy as a one-pan meal. The best part is that it will give you time to relax or be with family while they are cooking. Serves 4 to 8.
Italian Roasted Broccoli Parmesan
We’re taking Roasted Broccoli and giving it an Italian flare. It's satisfying, tastes great and you are getting a serving of veggies to boot!
Quinoa Spinach Salad
Serve this as a great tasting, healthy side. It’s more like a spinach salad with quinoa added in. While it has a strange name, pronounced Keen-Wha, it’s a great little grain that packs a nutritional punch and adds a little bit of nutty flavor. Add some grilled shrimp, fish, or chicken and it becomes a meal. Serves 4 to 6.
Roasted Bacon Balsamic Brussels Sprouts
Brussels sprouts are a fall vegetable that is high in Vitamins C and K. High in fiber, they are also a source of Omega-3 fatty acids. This recipe is really a crowd pleaser.
Loaded Veggie Nachos
As much fun to make as it is to eat! Great as a snack or use a bigger pan for a meal. The key here is to customize the toppings to your personal taste. Have people create a section of the pan with what they like, then everyone is happy. Pair this with your favorite adult beverage and you have a real party. Serves 2 to 6.
Lemon Orzo Salad with Feta and Vegetables
My wife’s favorite summer salad. It may sound a little crazy, lemon with sun-dried tomatoes and basil, asparagus and feta, but they all work. This is a versatile salad that can accompany fish, chicken, or beef. And for those new to orzo, it is a pasta that looks like a grain. If you don’t like asparagus, use whatever vegetable you do like. Serves 4 to 8.