This Beef and Summer Squash Tex-Mex Skillet is delicious! The dish takes about 30 minutes from start to finish and is a true crowd pleaser. The ground beef and squash are cooked with diced tomatoes, corn, cumin, chili powder and topped with melted cheese and fresh herbs. It is perfect over some fresh steam rice or rolled in a fresh tortilla.
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.
Looking for a light dinner that fills you up. grilled kebabs are a perfect choice with the lean meat and lightly charred tender vegetables.. In these grilled Balsamic chicken kebabs, they are made with marinated and seasoned chicken breast, bell peppers, zucchini, and red onion. Goes perfect on top of steamed rice or a crisp lettuce salad. The homemade balsamic dressing is not overwhelming and complements the kebabs perfectly.
Looking for an easy restaurant quality meal without breaking the bank and taking all day to prepare. Pork chops are the perfect meat to use. Pork chops are a tender cut of meat that benefits from higher heat cooking for a short amount of time. In these Mediterranean stuffed pork chops, the pork chops are filled with a simple spinach and feta cheese blend, then coated with a balsamic and rosemary glaze. The pork chops come out juicy and tender and packed with flavor.
As summer is in full swing and all of the great vegetables are starting to ripen it's a perfect time for this recipe. In this Cajun Shrimp, Sausage and Vegetable Sheet Pan, the preparation is super quick and easy making it the perfect dish for any day of the week.
The dish is packed with bold colorful vegetables, tender shrimp and delicious pork sausage. Plus it's all tossed with such amazing bold cajun flavor! This is a healthy and delicious meal that is also great for meal prep as it will be more than enough for a week's worth of lunches or dinners.
In these Hawaiian fried chicken, the flavors are endless. The dish is really easy to prepare and everyone will love them. The chicken thighs are marinated in a mixture of soy sauce and pineapple juice, finely chopped ginger and garlic, brown sugar, and sesame oil. Then they are coated in a mixture of cornstarch and baking powder and rested as the excess marinade soaks into the cornstarch mixture. The chicken comes out nicely golden brown and crispy. The dish is finished up with a quick and easy dipping sauce.
Looking for dinner that has a great summer flavor that is also light and healthy. This peach and chile chicken is packed with a sweet and zesty taste with a mild chile flavor that everyone will love. The marinade takes only minutes to prepare in the morning and the chicken will soak in the flavors of the marinade all day while you are out. The chicken works great cooked on the grill or in the oven in about 20-25 minutes. The dish is refined sugar free making it perfect for a paleo diet.
For me, there is nothing like a great cooked grilled steak. The smell of it cooking and the taste right off the grill definitely puts me in a great place. In this chili glazed steak, it is perfect for the person who loves sauce with the steak. The marinade adds great flavor into the steak and the glaze at the last moment really adds a sweet flavor that is delicious. The flank steak can be swapped out for any type of quick cooking steak. The flank steak is a great steak due to the different things you can make off this recipe. It is perfect for steak tacos, sandwiches or just with a side of potatoes or rice.
In this soy brown sugar salmon is a easy dinner for any day of the week. The salmon takes about 15 minutes to grill or to bake in the oven. The salmon comes out flavorful and flaky. By grilling the salmon first in a pouch steams the fish, then opening up and searing the salmon gives the fish a great char and caramelizing the brown sugar marinade. The recipe comes out best if you have on big fillet vs portioned fillets.
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.
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!!