This is a great recipe for authentic Mexican taqueria style carne asada tacos (beef tacos). These are served on the soft corn tortillas, unlike the American version of tacos.
Tortilla chips are topped with a chicken and salsa mixture, melted cheese and tomato. These hearty nachos make a great snack and work well as a meal, too! Serve with sour cream and guacamole, if desired.
Simple fried potatoes, with salt, pepper and garlic powder.
Most potato salads look and taste better when made with low-starch red boiling potatoes. For Classic American-Style Potato Salad, you can use any size of this variety, but the small new potatoes cook 10 to 15 minutes faster than the larger ones. Choose potatoes that are all roughly the same size, if possible, so they cook in the same time.
This crunchy baked seasoned cracker dish can be used as a side dish, a dressing or a stuffing.
This easy macaroni and cheese is made on the stovetop, not baked in the oven, for a rich, creamy dinnertime favorite.
This is the recipe of Korean-style seaweed soup. It’s a traditional birthday dish in Korea. Also, every women who gives a birth eats this soup because it is believed that seaweed soup helps with breast feeding.
If you love the crisp fried noodle strips often used as garnishes in Chinese restaurants, try making your own with just 2 ingredients — egg roll wrappers and vegetable oil. Serve the crispy treats in sweet and tangy duck sauce and spicy Chinese mustard sauce.
Baby bok choy, lightly cooked just until bright green, is the star of this Chinese side dish, which gets earthy sweetness from oyster sauce and portobello mushrooms.
Pasta is tossed with sauteed chicken and vegetables and topped with fresh grape tomatoes and Parmesan cheese.