It seems like lately that you see people using essential oils to help make their houses smell better and other health benefits that can come along with them. I bring this point for this exact recipe, because with this recipe you are cooking my favorite oil, BUTTER!!! I mean a lot of butter goes into these brownies and then stirring in chocolate on top of more chocolate into it your house becomes pretty good smelling I can so myself. These brownies do have a lot of butter, but these brownies do have very little flour and the texture is kinda like a chocolate souffle or chocolate torte and most of the structure and binding is from the eggs and the condense milk that veins through the brownies makes them super moist for days. Overall these brownies are awesome tasting and smell even better. Check out the recipe below.
As the weather here in Minnesota keeps dumping more and more snow, it makes me want to hide inside and have some great comfort food. This crockpot shredded pork chili is a great alternative to the standard beef chili. The best part of this recipe is that each spoonful had tender chunks of pork. You can easily add jalapeno in place of the green chilies if you like to have a bit more spice to the chili. Check out the recipe below.
For valentine's day this year, I made my wife this wonderful scallop picatta. Scallops is one of those dishes she always leans to when we go out to eat and did her eyes light up when she saw them for dinner. For this scallops picatta recipe you can feed your whole family for the price it would cost for one scallop meal at a restaurant and have similar result with not much effort. The acid from the lemon juice and the richness from the butter that is use to thicken the sauce goes perfect over the scallops. Check out the recipe below.
The art of making a great biscuit is not to over work the dough, you want to mix the dough just until everything moist and incorporated. These cheddar, bacon, and green onion biscuits are fluffy and packed full of flavor. The best part s that they come out huge, they are perfect to be sliced in half and filled with your favorite meats and transformed into a great sandwich, or my favorite way just how they are. Check out the recipe below.
Like most families, it is a struggle to find a healthy and flavorful meal for the typical busy week night that the whole family can enjoy. Unlike the classic chicken cacciatore, which is a long braising of chicken with mushroom and peppers in a red wine and tomato sauce this recipe can be done within 30-40 minutes and still pack a great flavor and tender chicken. The key is the sauce that is cooked down into a thick tomato-wine sauce that makes the chicken cacciatore. Check out the recipe below.
For Superbowl Sunday, instead of ordering the number one food for the day, pizza I decided to make a big batch of beef stew. Beef stew to me is one of those meals that makes you feel all warm inside and with the freezing cold temperatures here, it was a perfect fit. This recipe has all of the classic ingredients with a few changes that I have adapted over the years. Please check out the recipe below and feel free to leave comments below if you have tried my recipe.
Hey everyone, I am Dan and Live in Minnesota. I am here to show you the wonderful world of cooking and baking. As being a young boy in the kitchen to being a chef for over 10 years, I will show you the great recipes I have used over the years and what I do next. Please stick around and Enjoy!!