As summer is around the corner and its starting to warm up around here, its time to get the grill going. In these bourbon glazed pork chops, they are first marinaded then glazed with a thickened reduction of that same marinade. The pork chops come out tender and juicy inside and on the outside, there is a sticky bourbon infused glaze that sticks and caramelizes on the grill. This is a pork chop that is an instant crowd pleaser and luckily simple to prepare.
If you are a fan of the peanut butter cookies, you will love these sweet and fun sweet pretzels. They are packed with peanuts in and out. Unlike peanut butter cookies, there is no peanut butter in these. These peanut pretzel cookies are make by mixing sugar and peanuts in a food processor to create a sweet peanut/sugar mixture. They are a fun dessert that kids love to make and eat.
When it comes with breakfast, one of the best is a big american breakfast with eggs, bacon and potatoes fried up. It is the ultimate comfort food on a nice weekend morning. The only issue is the amount of preparation to get the whole meal all together at the same time. Plus the amount of pans it takes to fulfill the task. With these twice baked potato bowls, you get the essentials of the whole breakfast neatly packed into a potato half. Plus the preparation time is small and the clean up is only a couple dishes at the end.
Looking for something simple and easy to serve as an appetizer for your next gathering that uses a handful of very common ingredients that are found at all grocery stores.
These sweet and spicy chicken lettuce wraps are the perfect answer. The chicken takes only minutes to cook and the sauce is even quicker. The sauce has a great sweetness from the honey and some heat from the chili sauce and red pepper flakes. The chicken is even great served over vegetables or rice for a quick and easy dinner option.
As the weather is beginning to warm up some and summer is just around the corner, it is time to get the grills heated back up. One of the things I love grilling is chicken wings on the grill. The skin gets all crisp and the chicken get the smokey flavor. While talking about flavor, this Jamaican jerk marinade brings a lot of it to the table.
In theses grilled jamaican jerk chicken wings, the chicken is pack with bold spices and fresh citrus flavors that only intensify as the chicken cooks. The wings are simple to prepare and take only minutes to grill for juicy chicken with a crisp exterior.
Since it is St. Patrick's day this coming week, why not make a staple in that cuisine. The traditional soda bread is typically associated with the Ireland, but was first made by the Native Americans in the Americas using wood ash and brought back to Ireland were it was brought into the Irish Cuisine using baking soda.
Irish soda bread is a great simple quick bread that is dense, yet soft and creates an incredible crusty exterior as it bakes. The bread uses a few, simple and easy to find ingredients. The bread has no yeast, it gets all of it leavening from the mixture of buttermilk and baking soda creating tiny air holes as the bread loaf bakes.
As the weather is starting to get warmer, you want to spend less time cooking in the kitchen and spending it outdoors after being locked up, especially after this winter. In this simple crock pot creamy herb chicken, the preparation takes about 10-15 minutes total for the whole dinner. The chicken is infused with the wine and cheese flavor, then shredded with the cream and basil at the end when tossed with the noodles.
As the spring air starts to push in, there still might be a need for a soup to warm you up that isn't very hearty. In this quick and easy asian style dumpling soup, the soup is an easy broth style soup that is backed with smokiness of the bacon, plus the bold flavors of the ginger and garlic. Using frozen dumplings or pot stickers, it cuts the preparation time down and gives the soup filling feeling when eating. The soup can be done withing 30 minutes start to finish.
One thing a big breakfast cant go out with a great slice of toast to go along with it. In this English muffin bread, the bread comes out with many little holes and crannies for the butter and jam to stick to. The bread comes out soft but firm making it easy to slice and not rock hard after toasting like some other homemade bread recipes. The bread is very quick and easy to make making it great for someone that loves to bake, but lacking the time.
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!!