In this quick and easy Beef and Broccoli Lo Mein, the flavor melts in your mouth with sliced tender beef with broccoli, carrots, and noodles. The sauce is simple and adds such a great flavor that finishes off this easy meal! All of the ingredients are staple ingredients that are in a bunch of different dishes and are available in almost every grocery store making it even easier for dinner on any night.
In this Sweet and Sticky Pork Bites, the pork is cooked in a very flavorful sauce that is cooked down into a sweet and sticky glaze that coats the pork fantastically. For this recipe, you will need to pass on the lean cuts of meat and use ones that have more fat like a pork shoulder or rib meat. The pork comes out tender and goes perfect over steamed white rice.
As the summer heat is pounding down on us, it is a good time to have a nice, cool salad that is light and delicious in flavors. This chinese chicken salad is full of umami flavors and a breeze to prepare. The salad can be all put together minus being dressed for a dinner to be served in no time at all. The salad also makes a great lunch prep meal with the dressing in a separate container and toss right before you eat making a great low carb lunch.
When you tend to hear the word casserole you think of a heavy rich dish packed with some type of condense soup sauce. Even though those are great and a staple here in Minnesota, you can have a casserole on the lighter side as well. In this teriyaki chicken casserole, the dish is packed with chicken, fresh vegetables, rice and covered in a delicious homemade teriyaki sauce that your whole family will love. The dish is simple to prepare and the oven does all of the hard work.
As we are hit with hot weather up here in Minnesota, there is nothing like a cool and refreshing side dish that can go with practically anything. In this Thai Cucumber Salad, the salad is simple to make, taking under 20 minutes to make. The salad is an easy and quite healthy side dish. The dressing is a sweet vinegar style that is packed with a bit of a heat that goes great over the cold crisp vegetables. The best part of this recipe is that it is indeed vegan and vegetarian.
This orange chicken recipe can be made in the time the jasmine rice takes to cook. All of the ingredients are easy to find, most people have everything in there cupboard and refrigerator. The chicken is not breaded making it a great option for someone that is cutting back on carbs or looking for a light and delicious dinner. It is a great easy recipe that anyone can make and is perfect any day of the week.
In this sizzling Grilled Korean beef, the meat is sliced thin and marinaded for few hours in a very flavorful marinade and grilled quick and hot. The beef comes out crisp and caramelized on the outside, but very tender inside. The marinade has a great simple sweet and spicy flavor. This recipe is based of bulgogi beef, which translate to fire meat. It is marinated meat that is cooked at very hot temperature either on a grill or stir fried. that is common in Korea.
If you are looking for a simple dump and cook crockpot dinner here you go. In this crockpot garlic honey chicken, it is just that easy. All you need to do is add all of the simple ingredients into the crockpot and a few hours later you have an amazing smelling house and dinner ready. The best part is there is no more than 10 minutes of preparation the whole time.. The chicken comes out tender and the sauce is sweet and delicious that your family will love.
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 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.
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!!