This copycat recipe for PF Chang’s Mongolian Beef makes it simple to make your favorite takeout dish at home.
Zinfandel Food Pairings
Wondering what are the BEST Zinfandel food pairings?
I’ve got you covered with this handy guide!
Zinfandel is a great choice if you tend to enjoy sweeter red wines, rather than acidic and “dry” wines, like Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, which are heavy in tannins and other flavor compounds.
Zinfandel is great paired with spicy, zesty dishes like tacos, BBQ, and meaty pastas.
The sweetness will help counterbalance the spice, and clear your palate between each bite.
Bottles to try:
Many Zinfandels are made in California, with some of my particular favorites being from Turley and Rombauer.
The BEST Zinfandel food pairings:
- Short Ribs
- Beef Stew
- Pot Roast
- Broiled Lamb Chops
- Sweet Potato Tacos
- Pasta with Meat Sauce
- Black Beans
- Portobello Mushrooms
- Eggplant Parmesan
More Zinfandel food pairings:
These delicious recipes pair perfectly with a glass of Zinfandel:
EASY Leftover Ham Casserole with Rice & Cheese
Make your leftovers feel new again with this Leftover Ham Casserole! Ham, rice, and veggies are rejuvenated in a creamy, savory sauce, topped with parmesan and breadcrumbs, then baked until bubbly.
Sticky Mongolian Meatballs and Broccoli (Easy!!)
Sticky Mongolian Meatballs made in under 30-minutes! The meatballs and broccoli bake together on one baking sheet for extra easy cleanup. Tossed with a delicious, thick, sweet sauce and served over rice or noodles.
Red Wine Braised Short Ribs (Fall Apart Tender!)
These red wine braised short ribs are the perfect, savory dinner party recipe! Easy to make ahead and then just pop in the oven to cook, this mouthwatering short ribs recipe lets you enjoy the night while also serving a delicious, home-cooked meal. These fall-apart tender ribs are perfect served over a bed of creamy polenta, egg noodles or sour cream mashed potatoes.
The BEST Beer Chili: Quick + Easy Game Day Recipe
This is the BEST Spicy Beer Chili recipe! A hearty one-pot chili with beans that’s rich and perfect for game day. You can make it on the stove, in a slow cooker, or in the instant pot.