If you are looking for a great recipe to use up those summer squash, this summer squash and sausage pasta skillet is the perfect recipe to use. The pasta is cooked directly in the sauce so the pasta is filled with all of the flavors from the sausage and tomatoes. Then is topped with creamy parmesan cheese and bright bold flavors of the freshly cut basil. It is the complete one dish meal from start to finish so clean up is a breeze and preparation and cooking takes less than 30 minutes. The squash can easily replaced with zucchini with no changes to the recipe.
The classic breaded pork chops is a dinner pretty much everyone has. The problem is they tend to be dry, tough and flavorless. In these honey mustard breaded pork chops, the pork chops are pounded thinner tenderizing them. After that the pork is dredged in a honey and mustard egg wash then coated in bread crumbs, then fried to a golden brown. The pork chops comes out tender and juicy and the coating is flavorful and crispy.
The classic stir fry is a staple in almost every home. It is a simple dish that takes very little effort and is affordable to feed the whole family. The problem with most store brought sauces are full of salt and sugar that is very healthy. In this quick and easy pork and broccoli stir fry, the pork comes out juicy and extremely tender while the broccoli come out in a vibrate green and bring a little bit of a crunch to the meal. The simple sauce sticks to the pork and broccoli and is made with simple ingredients. The dish can be made within 30 minutes and your family will enjoy it.
As the weather is warming up finally grill season is here in full force. These hoisin and honey glazed pork chops are a great addition for this summer. The pork chops are marinaded in a sweet and savory then brushed with the marinade as it glazes to the pork chops making a great flavorful dish. From start to finish these pork chops take under 30 minutes and can easily be done in the oven also as described in the post below.
Looking for a great easy recipe that takes little effort to prepare and let the marinade and oven do all of the hard work? This Cuban Mojo Marinated Pork comes out super juicy and tender. The mojo marinade is packed with a primary garlicky citrus flavor and combines with fresh herbs that crusts to make one delicious pork roast. The marinade also work amazing with chicken and beef.
There is nothing like cooking juicy tender ribs on the grill, but with these orange soy pork ribs you can make tender ribs in no time at all in the oven in no time. The recipe takes under 20 minutes of extremely easy prep work, the rest is marinading and cooking. The ribs are braised in the sweet orange and soy marinade and come out tender and delicious. Plus the marinade reduces into a thick and syrupy sauce that you brush on at the last moment. These ware a definitely a crowd pleasing rib recipe that anyone can make.
Looking for an easy recipe that comes out looking like it comes from a fine dining restaurant. This mustard crusted pork loin comes out juicy and tender and have a great golden brown crust that is packed with a herb and mustard flavor that complements the pork great. The pork takes about 15 minutes to prepare and an hour to cook.
Looking for a great meal for the holidays. These cranberry apple stuffed pork chops have a great sweet and savory flavor. The easy cranberry apple stuffing is a breeze to make and cooking the pork chops take only a few minutes to have great easy dinner. If fresh cranberries are not available you can rehydrate dried ones in some hot chicken stock or water. Check out the recipe below in the post.
Chinese restaurant-style fried rice is a simple, quick and easy dish that can be made with leftover meat and rice. You can make this fried rice with chicken, beef, pork or even tofu as a vegetarian option. Fried rice has ingredients that most pantry's have and can be made in under 20 minutes to feed a whole family and tends to be a money conscious dish. Check out the recipe below in post.
Pork tenderloin is always a big hit around my house. The ease and endless possibilities that can be done with a pork tenderloin is hard to get bored of it. This pineapple glazed pork is a great balance of a sweet from the pineapple juice and sugar and spicy flavor from the jalapenos makes the flavor of the pork pop out. This pineapple glazed pork can be made in about 30-40 minutes which makes it great for the weekdays or even special occasion. The glaze can be made ahead of time if needed.
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!!