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.
Looking for a simple dinner idea that takes about 30 minutes to make and is perfect to use up that left over rice and chicken from a previous dinner. These baked chicken chimichangas are perfect idea for you. A Chimichanga is a deep-fried burrito that is popular in Tex-Mex cuisine from the US southwest. In this recipe, in place of being deep fried, they are brushed with oil and baked at a high temp until crisp and golden brown. It is a perfect weeknight dinner topped with all of your favorite taco toppings.
Looking to get that gourmet meal at home with not much work for the results. If so, then you gotta try this red wine glazed meat loaf. The meatloaf comes out super tender and moist. Plus meatloaf is packed with herbs and spices and topped with an easy red wine reduction glaze that caramelizes onto the top and sides. The meatloaf will be enjoyed by anyone at any age.
Lobster corn chowder is a rich creamy decadent chowder with chunks of lobster, plenty of corn, diced red potatoes, and a hint of white wine. Lobster corn chowder is perfect for any time of the year, but especially after a cold day in the winter for me. The chowder is easy to prepare, taking about 30-60 minutes to make and promises to be a big hit with friends and family.
When most people think of new york style pizza, they think of the thin neapolitan-style, but there is the other side with the grandma pan style pizza. The classic grandma pie pizza is know for the thick, deliciously chewy crust that is crust into squares. The olive oil in the half sheet pan helps to create a gloriously crispy, golden crust and wonderful olive oil flavor. The crust is topped with garlic-spiked tomato sauce and topped with plenty of mozzarella,and your favorite topping makes the pizzeria come home to your kitchen.
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.
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.
Thanksgiving is one of those holidays that brings the happiness out in people. Seeing family and friends all together enjoying time and my favorite part, delicious food together. It however can be stressful for the ones who are preparing the meal itself. In this apple and walnut stuffing, the recipe is simple and is packed with sweet and savory flavors cooked into the bread. The top of the stuffing is crisp from the added butter to the top while the middle is soft like traditional stuffing.
When it comes to making stuffing, the better bread you use the better the stuffing will turn out. In this recipe, you cube the bread and toast them until golden brown in place of letting the bread dry out over night cutting the start finish time down to a manageable time.
Are you looking to bring big flavor without spending too much time in the kitchen, this heart-warming root vegetable au gratin brings the best of fall flavor into your kitchen with a few, simple ingredients. The rutabaga and potatoes are cooked quickly on the stove top to cut down the baking time and help mend all of the flavors together. Then the vegetables are baked tender covered with fresh creamy fontina cheese. This dish is perfect for a side dish for the holidays and the fontina cheese can be exchanged with fresh parmesan cheese.
As the weather begins to cool off, it become the time of year for some good hearty soups. This southwestern bean and barley soup fits that bill quite well. The soup is packed with beans and barley making you feel filled and the southwestern flavors make the soup taste fantastic. The soup is vegetarian making it a perfect choice for anyone.
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!!