It’s summertime, and that was reflected in our top 10 recipes of July! From steaks, to fried chicken, to Sriracha chicken in light and refreshing lettuce wraps, we’re counting down your favorite recipes!
Rach cooks up meaty rib eye steaks, and serves with a tangy arugula salsa verde. For the side, she makes a delicious ranch-dressing-soaked crushed potato salad.
To make her “hot chicken” Rach fries chicken with a crisp and delicious breading, and then bastes with a buttery, peppery hot sauce, and builds sandwiches with the chicken, pickles and slaw.
This Bolognese sets itself apart because Rach roasts the tomatoes first for a deep, rich flavor. The complex sauce is served with thick, hollow bucatini for a special and fun twist.
These delicious Greek-dressing tossed farro bowls are the perfect base for the protein of your choice. Rach makes shrimp for her version, but you could easily sub in chicken or another meat of your choosing!
Flavor-packed “Everything” breadcrumbs set this Milanese-style chicken apart. Rach serves it with a pungent tomato, basil and bitter green salad.
Rachael grills smoky and spicy chicken thighs, then makes quick cooking beer-braised bacon BBQ beans, and simmers it all together. She tops with green onion and Fritos for a fun finish, and serves right in the skillet she cooked it in.
These glazed hanger steaks are really just ridiculously tasty. Rachael bastes the steaks with a reduction of tamari, maple syrup, Dijon mustard and crushed garlic, for an amazing finish. She serves with a potato salad that features all the flavors of sour cream and onion potato chips.
This gluten-free take on lasagna features grilled or roasted vegetables instead of pasta. Rach layers her veggies with ricotta mixed with a parsley and walnut pesto. No one will miss the gluten in this dish!
Rachael takes grilled cheese and tomato soup up a notch, by spreading her bread with herbed butter and spicing up her soup with chili flakes.
For maximum flavor, Rach makes her own spicy Asian-inspired sauce for this dish, blending hoisin sauce, tamari, Sriracha, peanut butter and rice vinegar.
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