The Best Damn Chunky Portabella Veggie Burgers on the planet! Portabella mushrooms, broccoli, black beans, and seasoning make this a burger even meat lovers can’t resist! This burger is packed full of veggies and seasonings that make it taste like a real beef burger! Whether you’re a vegetarian or a carnivore you’ll love this burger!
Spice up your boring steak dinner by filling a fine cut of meat with spinach, mozzarella, and sun dried tomatoes. It’s easy to tailor to your tastes, too!
Prosciutto crisps baked in the oven are a great high-protein snack chip. They’re delicious crumbled over pasta, salads or vegetables.
These buttermilk chicken tenders are the most delicious chicken tenders you will ever make at home. They have a light and crispy batter and are so tender, juicy and delicious! There’s a reason they’re called The Best Damn Buttermilk Chicken Tenders. Now let’s find out why…
This Honey Garlic Glazed Pork Loin Roast is hands down the BEST pork loin recipe. If you’re wondering how to cook pork loin, this easy method makes juicy, fork tender pork loin. Just rub with spices, smother with glaze, and roast until done!
Homemade meatballs in a quick tomato sauce make for the perfect easy family dinner! Serve over spaghetti for the ultimate homemade meal.
Learn how to make the best, easy Ground Beef Enchiladas! This classic Mexican recipe has Seasoned ground beef rolled up in soft corn tortillas and smothered in red sauce and melted cheese.
These dumplings are formed into little “purses” and are filled with a simple yet flavorful filling of ground pork, chives, cabbage and ginger. They are like an “almost but not quite” version of Chinese sheng jian bao – extremely juicy, but not to the level of the pan-fried soup dumplings. The dumplings in this recipe have a slightly thicker skin than most other pan-fried ones and store-bought dumpling wrappers like sheng jian bao but again are not traditional, just a simply filled dumpling I have been making recently and topping with some of my favorite things. I choose to serve them topped with spicy crunchy chili oil, sesame oil, chives and sesame seeds with soy sauce for dipping.
Eek! Saying it out loud makes it real. But I don’t get it. Now, it’s funny, because youngest will tell me that he likes salmon (he’s a big lover of pretty much any “white” fish). He’ll go so far as taking a bite or two of it when I make it. He’ll smile and nod his head, eyebrows raised. But two bites is about as far as it ever goes. Apparently he likes it in moderation. So, let me put that another way:
This exceptional lamb loin recipe from Chris Horridge features a wonderful combination of elements, with blushing lamb served on a bed of creamy Parmesan risotto and wilted spinach, finished off with roast shallots, wild mushrooms and olives.