Plated’s “Sausage and Squash Casserole” is bar none the best Plated dish we’ve had the pleasure of eating. This winter dish is the perfect balance of rich and savory flavor profiles, from the buttery butternut squash to the fennel in the Italian sausage. Topped with crumbed cornbread reminiscent of Thanksgiving stuffing.Continue reading “Sausage and Squash Casserole”
Decent stuff, very filling. I have a bit of experience with out local empanada sources and these would compete with the more mediocre of the group. Though, I’m not entirely sure what qualifies them as “Cuban” because the spices were simply cumin, paprika and thyme. Continue reading ““Cuban” Chicken Empanadas with Lime Crema and Avocado”
It’s so frustrating, even when you know what you’re doing and you’ve read the recipe before starting, you still need to pay attention to what is happening while you’re cooking each ingredient. Continue reading “Grilled Chicken Cobb Salad”
Thanks, Plated. The vegetables were delicious, though the green beans needed to cook longer than the zucchini. The breading on the fish was AWESOME though I doubted the technique would work at all. I was wrong. Continue reading “Crispy Tilapia with Sautéed Zucchini, Green Beans and Tomato (Plated)”
Home run! Plated’s Soy-Glazed Beef with Cucumber and Sticky Rice was a hit. Continue reading “Soy-Glazed Beef with Cucumber and Sticky Rice”
Plated, you’re starting to really frustrate me. Shrimp Coconut Curry, with squash, corn and millet is just a miss.
Plated’s Pan-Roasted Chicken with Farro and Three-Herb Pistou.
Decent. Nothing too far out of the way of convenience. The name makes it sound deceivingly complicated. Continue reading “Chicken with Farro and Three-herb Pistou”
Plated’s Gnocchi Pomodoro. This massive dish is better suited for 3-4 adults rather than the 2 who ordered it. Size does not equal taste, however. While the recipe on its own is bland, it is a solid foundation for a hearty meal for your family. Continue reading “Gnocchi Pomodoro”