When looking for a great appetizer to have with family and friends is one that is simple to make and quick. These brown sugar glazed kielbasa bites, the ingredients are very easy to make, if not even already in your kitchen. The simple glaze encapsulates the sausage in a sweet sugary and mustard glaze that is amazingly good. There is only problem with the recipe, they are addictive and your friends and family will ask for them over and over again.
If you are in the search for a side dish that can do with pretty much any meal, you have found a great contender. In this creamed corn casserole, the texture is light and custard-like packed with a sweet corn and thyme flavor. The topping has a great crunch with a rich buttery and creaminess from the crackers and cheese. The dish takes a mixing bowl and a baking dish to bake in, the clean up is simple and the preparation is just as easy to do. The whole dish can be done in about 30 minutes. I find that frozen corn works the best and gives a great sweet flavor. The cheese in the recipe can be switched with any good melting cheese.
During christmas time, there is the at one thing people either love or hate, Eggnog. I might not be totally on board with drinking it, however I am a huge fan on how it makes this coffee cake delicious. The rich egg flavor helps bring out the flavor and makes a great base for the coffee cake. The cinnamon streusel gives the coffee cake some sweetness then top off with an additional layer of eggnog icing right after baking. It will be a holiday staple for years to come.
In the constant hunt for great weeknight dinner options, pasta is one of the most common option due to the cost friendly and the easy of preparation. In this garlicky shrimp pasta, all of the ingredients are easy to find and can cook in very short time. The lemon and tarragon give a light and bold flavor that brighten up this dish perfectly. The meal can be made in about 30 minutes and will make more than enough to feed a family of four people. The shrimp can be easily replaced with sliced chicken or meatless.
If you are looking for a soft and chewy cookie around the holiday season, you gotta check these peppermint M&M cookies out. The cookies come out with a crispy chewy outer sides and the center is pure chocolate and chewy goodness with a touch of peppermint for the holidays. The cookies can be made within minutes, perfect for the craziness of the holiday season or any time of the year.
Looking for a easy, flavorful chicken wing for your next get together or Sunday game day snack these are perfect. These maple-chipolte chicken wings are packed with a sweet, spicy and smokey flavor from the chipolte peppers and maple syrup. With the chicken being tossed in flour and sprayed with oil, it gives the chicken a great browned and crisp exterior that grabs the sticky sauce. The chicken wings come out super tender on the inside All straight out the the oven, no fryer needed.
During the holiday season, my family tries to make a different type of cookie to keep the holidays more special and not have the same cookies every year. In these Czech almond crescent cookies, they have a rich buttery and almond flavor that melts in your mouth. They are found all over the eastern european countries and are a very popular christmas time cookie. Traditionally they are not made with an egg, however adding the egg will help make the dough more manageable during the rolling stage and the texture comes out close to the same. It is a perfect addition to the holiday cookie platter for sure.
During the holiday season, most families tend to get together and need easy options to feed many people at a decent price. In this tex-mex chicken and rice skillet, the preparation is simple with easy to find items (most probably already in your pantry). The chicken and the rice comes out tender and with the corn chip topping adds a great flavorful crunch. The dish takes only one pan to make and will be an instant crowd pleaser.
When it comes to the holiday season, the first flavor that comes to mind for many people is gingerbread. The full flavor spices mixes with the sweetness of the sugar and molasses makes a perfect combination. In these homemade gingerbread waffles, there is the touch of spice, sweet and make the perfect breakfast for the holiday season. The waffles come out super fluffy and an amazing soft texture. They are great plain, with a quick dusting of powder sugar, or go full out and top with whip cream and maple syrup. The waffles can me swapped with a gluten-free flour to make them a great flavorful gluten-free breakfast.
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!!