29 Jan 2019
Sarefood Has Comfort Food For Every Mood
Asian cuisine features flavor-filled rice and noodle dishes. Indian food is full of spice and warm, rich curries. But what you have a craving for comfort food -- especially on a cold winter’s day -- nothing hits the spot quite like a heaping plate of some tried-and-true American food.
The chefs at Sarefood offer ethnic options that allow you to travel the world through your tastebuds, but we have something else, too: cozy, wholesome meals that’ll evoke childhood memories (and help you make new ones). Home cooked and made with love, each meal is just like Mom used to make -- maybe better.
If chilly temperatures give you a hankering for something satisfying, SareFood has comfort food to suit any mood. Whether you’re in search of a shareable dish for two, something to savor after a stressful weekday, or a steaming bowl of soup when you’re feeling under-the-weather, we have American comfort food options to nourish you and your family from the inside out.
If you want: A hearty dinner to feed the family
Try: Chef Yolanda’s Grass Fed Filet, Mashed Potatoes & Broccoli
This delicious meal is perfect for big appetites. Complete with perfectly-seasoned steak, garlic and parsley mashed potatoes, and fresh broccoli, no one will be hungry after downing this tasty meal. Plus, it’s easy to prepare on a weeknight.
If you want: A gourmet dish for a date night in
This award-winning dish gives off restaurant-quality vibes, but you can enjoy it in the comfort of your own home (pajamas optional). Simply heat and eat … and you won’t even have to leave a tip!
If you want: A toasty meal to nurse a cold
Try: Chef Elicia’s Tomato Basil Soup with Grilled Cheese Croutons
This grown-up version of grilled cheese and tomato soup is just as cozy as your favorite childhood pairing. Whether you’ve come down with a cold or you just want something warm and delicious on a frigid day, treat yourself to a steaming bowl of this stuff.
If you want: Comfort food at its finest
Try: Chef Elicia’s Baked Macaroni & Cheese
Simply heat up a tray of ooey gooey goodness, and this macaroni and cheese is easier to make than the boxed stuff -- and a lot tastier, too. A mix of five cheeses make this classic extra rich and oh-so-yummy. Try it as a side dish, or enjoy as a meal in itself!
If you want: Sunday dinner for the family
Try: Chef Catherine’s Chicken and Biscuits
Reminiscent of both chicken and biscuits and chicken pot pie, there’s plenty of “comfort” in this dish. It’s the perfect meal to enjoy on a lazy Sunday afternoon; one that’s so lazy, you don’t even feel like cooking (and that’s okay).
If you want: A sweet treat that everyone will love
Try: Chef Catherine’s Aunt Mimi’s Chocolate Chip Cookies
Is there anything more all-American than a chocolate chip cookie? If you’re craving a chewy, chocolatey bite but don’t have time to cook, Chef Catherine will bake you a batch that’ll bring back memories of Grandma’s house -- or in this case, Aunt Mimi’s.