Can I just be honest for a second? I need a second-opinion when it comes to food blogger recipes. I want someone I know and trust to say, ‘I made this recipe a bunch of times and, believe me, it’s totally worth the effort.’
It’s so disappointing when you make a recipe and it’s just not as delicious as you’d hoped. It happened to me just last week with a Thai Red Curry recipe. It wasn’t really edible even though the pictures of the recipe online looked like a million bucks.
So, this series is a compilation of the recipes I’ve tried and liked online. They’re worthy of the weekly rotation because they combine deliciousness with ease of operation. First up we have Joy the Baker’s One-pot French Onion Pasta. I mean, is there anything more delicious than caramelized onions mixed with spaghetti noodles and topped with freshly grated Parmesan cheese? I don’t think so! I skip the argula, though. I just don’t like the spicy green, but I’m sure it’s delicious if you’re into that sort of thing.
Let me know if you try it!