For me, spaghetti and meatballs is one of those classic comfort dishes that mom used to make every Sunday with the whole family. Anyone else get those nostalgia cravings? For this recipe, I was inspired by my mom’s classic meatballs and put a few twists on her marinara sauce: the addition of base veggies and a little heat really takes this marinara to a new level of deliciousness. Enjoy!
Fall-Apart Beef Meatballs With Spicy Marinara Sauce
I finally found it—a use for that lonely can of baby corn that’s been in the pantry for 6 months. What’s great about this recipe is that you can modify it for your preferences. Using beef as the anchor, this recipe allows you to use whatever kinds of vegetables you like (and how much of them you like) and adapt the spice factor to your taste. OK, OK – before you call me out for using bottled sauce on this one, let me remind you that “simple” is central to the Hungry Editor philosophy. After consulting tons of Asian stir fry sauce recipes, I concluded that a sauce requiring roughly 52 ingredients—many of which I knew I’d never use again—was the exact opposite of simple. So take my advice and use this time-saving tip to get a quick, flavorful stir-fry dish on the table in under 30 minutes.
Spicy-Sweet Beef Stir-Fry With Veggies
I must be Southern at heart because there is nothing I enjoy more on a crisp fall evening than chili and a slice of cornbread. There’s just something inexplicably comforting about that perfect forkful of beans, beef, bread, and cheese. Here’s my take on this classic dish…
Spicy Poblano Pepper Chili With Cheddar Biscuits