Category: Dairy-Free Recipes

Recipes for dairy-free food. Recipes include roasted vegetables, steaks, chicken, seasonings, soups, salsas, rices, dressings, and beans.

If you’re ready to up your game in the chicken wing department, and score big points with your home team, these oven-baked Chinese Chicken Wings are exactly what you should make for your next party. These are the best crispy baked chicken wings and they're tossed in a easy-to-make dry rub that’s bursting with spicy, smoky flavor. Skip the sauce, save your furniture, and take your tastebuds on the adventure of a lifetime.

Chinese Chicken Wings

This homemade greek seasoning recipe can be mixed together in minutes and adds authentic greek flavor to any recipe. A combination of classic Mediterranean herbs and warming spices, this all-purpose blend can be used on chicken, lamb, beef, vegetables, kebabs, salads, and more. Delicious, versatile, and down-right easy to make, all the Yayas around the world will be proud!

Greek Seasoning Recipe

Northeast Wisconsin loves their Green Bay Booyah, a rich chicken and beef stew that’s made in massive batches outdoors to feed hungry crowds.

Green Bay Booyah

A photo of grilled shrimp skewers on a white platter.

Grilled Shrimp Skewers

This Ham and Lentil Soup recipe is perfect for chilly weather and cooks up in about an hour; all you need is a loaf of French bread for a cozy winter’s feast. Put your leftover ham to work and make it on the stove, in a pressure cooker, or in your crockpot!

Ham and Lentil Soup

I updated my favorite Chicken Noodle Soup recipe with healthy, nutty quinoa. This Chicken Quinoa Soup makes an easy lunch option or a quick dinner that won't break your resolutions.  Add fresh lemon juice and cilantro for extra flavor and a preview of the spring days ahead. Ready in 30 minutes or less.

Chicken Quinoa Soup

Once you know how to cook quinoa, you’ll find so many ways to use this ancient superfood. You'll love its nutty flavor and fluffy texture. It's fabulous in place of rice, couscous, or pasta and in your favorite soups and salads.

How to Cook Quinoa

Maybe it’s been awhile since you’ve had a Whiskey Sour cocktail; if so, it’s definitely time to revisit this old-school classic, made only with the freshest ingredients. And the best part, for me? The drink was first mentioned, way back when, in a Wisconsin newspaper.

Whiskey Sour Cocktail

This isn’t a boozy strawberry slushy out of a machine; the Hemingway Daiquiri is as crisp and cool as it gets, made with rum, lime, and grapefruit-- shaken until icy.

Hemingway Daiquiri

The easiest method for making roasted carrots. The high oven temperature cooks the carrots fast and leads to delicious caramelization of their natural sugars. All you need is olive oil, salt and pepper, and a sprinkling of fresh herbs if you choose. The perfect side dish for the holidays and all year-round.

Roasted Carrots

A simple method for roasting asparagus in the oven. The garlic adds an aromatic flavor, while the higher oven temperature cooks the asparagus quicker, meaning you will be able to enjoy your veggies sooner rather than later. The asparagus is so good for you, a shaving of Parmesan or any of your favorite cheese is definitely required!

How to Roast Asparagus

A classic, homemade applesauce recipe is super easy to make and can last for a long time by freezing or canning. This version is flavored with a touch of sugar, but added ingredients such as cinnamon, cranberries, or ginger add a super rich bite that can’t compare to any store bought variety. Add it as a side to your next pork dinner or simply serve it to the kids as a healthy, afternoon snack!

Applesauce Recipe

This simple recipe for roasted root vegetables is the best way to eat the rainbow! A variety of good-for-you veggies laid out on a baking sheet and roasted at a high heat leads to golden brown perfection. A sprinkling of rosemary and thyme is added to balance the sweet, caramelized sugars produced during roasting. 

Roasted Root Vegetables

A party salad from the 1940s with a serious cult following, this Cowboy Caviar recipe is fun, colorful, and endlessly adaptable. Healthy black-eyed peas, vegetables, and beans bring good luck no matter when you eat them, so be sure to make a big bowl for your next barbecue or potluck.

Cowboy Caviar Recipe

Learn how to make Dukkah (pronounced DOO-kah), and discover a new way to add texture and flavor to your dishes. This Egyptian nut-and-seed blend can be salty, sweet, or spicy depending on how you make it. Try my base blend or mix in countless other ingredients from my list of suggestions. Use Dukkah as a topping, garnish, or even a healthy snack mix!

How to Make Dukkah

An overhead image of bacon wrapped shrimp on a white platter.

Bacon Wrapped Shrimp

I never get tired of an excellent tuna salad recipe, and of the hundreds of versions I’ve made, this is the version I make when I want the best. Served on a bed of greens or slathered between slices of your favorite bread, this is the classic recipe that works perfectly for tuna melts, too.

The Best Tuna Salad Recipe

Once you discover how easy it is to make a big batch of nuoc cham, a lively Vietnamese dipping sauce, you'll probably always have some on hand to throw over noodles, grilled meat, or salads. I serve it as a condiment for both fresh and fried spring rolls, too.

Nuoc Cham Recipe

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