Right after the french fry, the onion rings is one of the most popular sides for the burger in most cases. The crunch from the crispy coating the soft and tender onion makes a perfect balance inside your mouth. Soaking the onions in the cold buttermilk it helps to make the onions more tender and have a sweeter flavor to them. The double battering the onion rings makes a great crunchy coating that sticks to the onions wonderfully and come out perfect every time. The onions inside come out soft and tender that breaks with your bite, no one like when you get all of the onion in one bite the rips out of the coating. Check out the recipe below.
There is nothing like a hot, flaky biscuit that almost melts in your mouth as you are eating them. The problem is, biscuits are very similar to other pastry dough like pie dough where you need to cut the butter in quickly so it stays cold to make the dough come out light and flaky as the biscuits bake. With the heavy cream substituting for the butter in these biscuits, it makes the preparation much easier and the biscuits still come out light and flaky like you want them to. There is zero fuss in these and the preparation is a breeze with the use of one bowl and is ready to bake before you oven is even ready.
During the summer, the last thing you want to do is be baking with a hot oven heating up your house to have a great dessert. These No-Bake White Chocolate Lime Cheesecake Bars are the perfect solution to eliminating that problem with no need for that hot oven. The cheesecake bars come out with a great mixture of sweetness from the white chocolate and tart from the lime juice and zest. These are perfect for the next backyard barbecue or just to enjoy on a hot summer day. The preparation takes about 15-20 minutes then let the bars set up in the refrigerator for couple hours.
As this weekend is father's day weekend, why not make a classic great chicken drumette/wing recipe that is great and flavorful. These spicy ranch drumettes have a great bite to them with the ranch flavor soaked throughout them. The preparation is simple and takes minutes, the hardest part is waiting for them to marinade. The chicken comes out juicy and the skin crisps up and melts into the chicken making it perfect to make for the dads or anyone in your life.
Here in Minnesota, it seems like every barbecue or party, you will always see some type of bars on the table. They are very easy to make and are typically delicious. These chocolate mud hen bars don't have the best sounding name but they come tasting really good. They are pretty much a s'more type bar that has a cookie crust with walnuts, chocolate and marshmallows topped with a brown sugar meringue. The bars some out chewy and sweet.
Cooking fish is a quick and easy dinner to prepare. The cooking times are very short and the meat can take all sorts of flavors. Tilapia is a great inexpensive fish that is light and flaky and is very mild flavored. In this lemon paprika tilapia recipe, the tilapia is saute quick and topped with a easy cream sauce that is packed with a fresh lemon flavor. The whole dish takes under 20 minutes from start to finish. The tilapia can be replaced with any other light flaky white fish or even shrimp.
If you are looking for something new to go with your lunches or dinner in place of the normal bread or crackers for your soups and chili. These scallion cornmeal fritters are the perfect accompaniment to soups and stews and are a great side for pretty much any dinner in place of bread. The fritters are basically a cornbread or hush puppy pancakes. The cornmeal fritters are extremely easy to make and takes about 15-20 minutes from start to finish.
Bread puddings are a great easy all-american dessert that is packed with a great rich flavor and the flavor combinations are almost endless. In this blueberry bread pudding, the great fresh blueberries are combined with a simple buttermilk custard that can be prepped and in the oven in less than 15 minutes. The oven does all of the hard work and comes out with a great semi-solid rich flavored custard and the bread is light toasted to a golden brown. Check out the recipe below.
In the summer, there is nothing better then a great juicy burger out on the patio. These Oklahoma style fried onion burger, there is a layer of fresh onions that are fired into the beef then flips over as the onion juices seep into the burger. Frying burgers in a cast iron skillet gives the exterior of the burger a great browned exterior and a juicy interior.The burgers come out juicy, messy and absolutely delicious served on a toasted buttered bun. It is hard to just have one.
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!!