I am not a big fan of pork. However, my husband and children love pork chops. I came up with this recipe after I got tired of frying them in oil. I like to serve this on a bed of buttered pasta, with a nice mixed salad on the side.Enjoy!
I love me some pasta. Look no further than here for evidence of that. This baked penne dish is among good company...and it can definitely hold its own. Tender pasta is smothered in a smoky mozzarella cream sauce and littered
Some people don't like to have soup during the summer. But, I love it for a go-to lunch. This is one of my favorite soups, an all-time comfort food for me. During a recent bout with the flu, I whipped up a batch and froze the extra. It reheated really well in the microwave, so it may be a real keeper for freezer cooking.
Asparagus and Tofu with Guilin Chili SauceI love to stir-fry asparagus. I most often serve it in a Chinese fermented black bean sauce. The slightly funky saltiness of the preserved beans seems to be a Herbivoracious -
We make zero claims as to the authenticity of this dish, but we do know that it's extremely tasty! We love how the tortillas get soft and chewy during cooking, absorbing some of the salsa and providing the perfect vehicle for lots of oozy cheese. This is one of our go-to meals when we're out of ideas, and it always hits the spot.
Refreshing. Crisp. Flavorful. Healthy-ish. BBQ Chicken Salad. Probably one of my favorite salad combos ever. Ranks right up there with this one. Oh and this one and this one. Gotta love a great dinner salad. One Year Ago: Cream Biscuits
Let me start by asking a really important, earth-shattering question. Is there anyone out there who has the same addiction and love for carrots that have been cooked with a succulent roast dinner? A Sunday roast dinner, as it was
If you're a fan of shredded meat -- ropa vieja, gumbo ya-ya, pulled pork -- you're going to love Anupy Singla's version of nihari, a Pakistani shredded beef dish, redolent with cinnamon and garam masala, and made in the slow cooker. Do not fear the long list of ingredients! You...
Don't get me wrong...I love classic chicken cordon bleu in all its gloriousness. I really do. But sometimes I want an easier way. Less work but same delicious flavors and taste. Enter Chicken Cordon Bleu the Easy Way. Simply put,
Kids love it and it's easy to make in minutes, but you're concerned about the preservatives and other not-so-natural ingredients listed on the back of its box. Sound familiar? The kind customer who sent us her request for a natural version of a popular "out-of-the-box meal" said, "Help! My family loves beef stroganoff. Could you give me a healthy alternative?" Yes, we sure can, and thanks for asking.
Pesto is a secret weapon to save you prep time while imparting an unmistakable depth of flavor. Made with basil, olive oil, garlic, parmesan, and sometimes pine nuts or walnuts (there are many bottled nut-free options), it is a natural fit for a meatball. Adding meatballs to a pizza is a fun and simple way to make a one-dish meal that everyone in the family will love. Click here to visit the new home of KitchenDaily!
I love this recipe because it makes very rich milk shakes without any ice cream. I don't always have ice cream in the house because the kids eat it so fast. With this recipe we can have delicious frosty milk shakes for a fraction of the cost of those using ice cream.
Meaning mincemeat in Spanish, picadillo is traditionally made with beef or pork, but it's just as tasty with turkey. Served "Cuban style" over rice and beans or topped with taco fixings like lettuce, tomatoes and onions, it's an excellent use for leftover turkey that the whole family will love. For a spicier dish, add 1 teaspoon chipotle adobo sauce along with the tomatoes.