Honey Garlic pork is a simple and quick dinner that can be finished within 30 minutes. The pork chops are pounded thin, marinated and then fried quickly. The pork comes out with a crunchy crust and is super moist and tender inside. Then the fried pork chops pieces are coated in a thickened sauce that coats and add another layer of flavor. It is a dish your whole family will love!!
This easy prep sausage and egg casserole is the perfect dish for your next brunch or get-together. The casserole is packed with pork sausage, fluffy eggs and cheddar cheese. The homemade bread croutons soak in the egg and keep the casserole firm and moist throughout. There is no need to soak the casserole overnight and can be prepared and cooked all within one hour.
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 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.
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.
One of my most favorite sandwiches is the classic Cuban sandwich. A classic Cuban sandwich is typically made with roast pork, ham, Swiss, pickles, and mustard on Cuban bread, then heated and melted on a panini press. Is a great simple sandwich that is perfect to make into a quesadilla. In this recipe below I took the simple flavors in a quick and easy Cuban quesadilla. The quickly cooked pork, dill pickles and melted swiss cheese is defiantly a good representative of the classic sandwich.
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.
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!!