Redgate Kitchen

something delicious for everyone

a colorful, tasty, and impressive salad A layer of melt-in-your-mouth seasoned eggplant, topped with roasted turmeric and coriander-seasoned cauliflower florets, all drizzled with a tomato and herb sauce will take your salad experience up a level. Or two. Serve this as is or with crispy home-made sumac pita chips, and dinner (or lunch, or in …

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simple and fresh Liguria, the beautiful Northern region of Italy, is the country’s most famous basil-growing region. It is the birthplace of the luxurious sauce, originally known as Pesto alla Genovese. The classic prep involves using a mortar and pestle which helps preserve the color, fragrance, and reduces bitterness that sometimes comes from using a …

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a rainbow sheet-pan meal served over farro or orzo Treat yourself to a colorful and delicious dish of creamy and tangy warm feta, just crisp-enough broccolini, flavor bombs of roasted grape tomatoes, onion, and lemon. This simple sheet-pan vegetarian beautiful dish was inspired by Yasmin Fahr’s recipe on the New York Times Cooking’s insta yesterday. …

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refreshing on a summer day When it’s about 97 degrees outside nobody really feels like standing over a hot stove to prepare the next meal. This tasty grain salad with roasted cubed sweet potatoes, chopped fresh herbs, peppery arugula, diced fresh tomatoes, and sweet onion all drizzled with a refreshing sharp red wine vinaigrette will …

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if you’re trying to eat more plants, make sure they’re tasty Grilled or roasted, sweet potatoes are always delicious. Drizzle them with a tahini sauce and sesame seeds and they will be a star meal or a perfect side. Below are the details you need to get this super quick sweet potato toast and tahini …

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otherwise known as chickpea heaven-in-a-bowl Alison Roman’s chickpea stew is my favorite vegetarian stew. It is colorful, flavorful, and satisfies the palate with every bite. This recipe has broken the internet, I think for very good reason. It can be prepared in less than an hour, keeps well in the fridge (may even taste better …

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Greatest yogurt dip ever, opa! Since actual physical travel to Greece (or anywhere) at this time is not possible, make this fantastic yogurt dip in your kitchen, serve with pita, flatbreads, and/or salad. Kick back, close your eyes and imagine you are on the beach in Mykonos. Some Ouzo may help.