This cheesy, delicious and versatile dish is easier to make than to pronounce! Tteok comes from Korean cuisine and takes many forms both sweet and savory! Thank you to Francesca from The Garnished Palate for this delicious recipe!
You will be making these Omnivore Beef lettuce wraps at least once a week when you see how easy and delicious they are! They are low-carb and extremely delicious. You will have fun preparing them for the entire family!
One of our founders' favorites! Walker grew up eating these from a gas station in his home town in Louisiana and we just gave them a revamp! In this recipe, you'll learn how to make pie dough from scratch using an easy, foolproof method, learn to make the tasty and juicy Omnivore filling, and of course, make your own meat pies!
A well-worth the effort recipe! This pho will rejuvenate you after a good night out, on a rainy day, or when you miss your friends during the quarantine. Inspired from a weekend trip to misty Bainbridge Island in Washington State where we had an amazing bone marrow pho while sheltering from the rain. Take the time to make the broth and you will be delighted with a warming comfort from within.
A burger created on a fearless quest for flavor. We pulled out all the stops with this one! We packed the patties with roasted jalapenos and cheddar cheese which coats the finished patty with a crispy cheesy layer. Serve it up with more melty cheese and have another!
What's better than summertime, friends, and a delicious cheeseburger? Craft this mouthwatering burger for your friends and family knowing it will loaded with delicious flavor and guilt-free delight. Each burger in this recipe contains over 2 servings of real vegetables! Treat yourself.
Delicious and healthy tostadas for Cinco de Mayo 2020! Tostadas is Spanish for "toasted" and can have multiple variations, whether it's corn or flour tortillas, or the variations of toppings! This simple dish is easy to make and is guaranteed to please!
The dish that Omnivore Meats was founded on! This dish is a classic staple to any Italian household (it's also Gabriella's favorite food). Eat over pasta, dunked with some bread, on sandwiches- let's just say you can never go wrong with adding a little "bolo" to everything!