This tenderloin roast makes a good company dinner. It is similar to Beef Bourguignon, but requires considerably less cooking time. Roasted shallots are added to the sauce along with sauteed bacon bits. The recipe serves 6 and can be doubled.
This Best Baked Pork Tenderloin recipe is outrageously juicy, bursting with flavor and so easy! This Baked Pork Tenderloin recipe is melt-in-your-mouth-tender and dripping with buttery garlic herb flavor.Â It is company pleasing and holiday worthy but family friendly and everyday easy!Â It takes less than 60 minutes from start to finish and MOST of that time is handâs off!Â As much as you love this baked pork tenderloin the day off, it makes fantastic leftovers as well!Â Iâve included detailed instructions, tips, tricks and everything you need to know to make the BEST Pork Tenderloin recipe! Pork Tenderloin With
This breaded tenderloin rekindles memories of a sandwich shop in my Ohio hometown. Even though I've moved away, I'm happy to say my family can still enjoy them thanks to this recipe. —Erin Fitch, Sherrills Ford, North Carolina Skip links
What do you do when you have potatoes, broccoli and tomatoes....you make my delicious roasted potatoes and broccoli dish. There is nothing fancy about this recipe however its delish factor is very high and its perfect for those nights were you don't want to fuss. The potatoes are roasted with garlic, rosemary and then mixed with sauteed' onions, peppers and broccoli. Serve with your favorite fish, chicken or steak. Â Ingredients 3 large Â peeled and cubed Yukon gold potatoes 1 small head broccoli 2 quartered tomatoes 1/2 medium red pepper 1/2 medium onion chopped 4 cloves garlic minced 2 tbsp
I made this for a quick dinner last night, so I thought I’d share it with you this morning. It’s almost identical to a recipe I posted here back in ancient times, also known as 2009, bu… Quick and Easy Roasted Red Pepper Pasta A shorter version of one of my favorite old recipes. 15 minutes, start to finish! Serves 8 Ingredients: Ree | The Pioneer Woman Main Courses 12 ounces, weight Pasta Of Your Choice (I Prefer Short Ones Like Rigatoni, Penne, Etc.) 4 Tablespoons Butter 1/2 whole Large Onion, Finely Diced 3 cloves Garlic, Minced 1 jar (15.5 Ounces) Roasted Red Peppers, Drained And Roughly Chopped 1 cup Vegetable Or Chicken Broth 1/2 teaspoon Salt, More To Taste Freshly Ground Black Pepper 1/2 cup Heavy Cream (more To Taste) 1/2 cup Parmesan Shavings (more For Serving) Finely Minced Parsley Chopped Fresh Basil (if You Have It!) Instructions: Cook pasta in salted water according to package directions. Melt 2 tablespoons butter in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add the onions and garlic and saute for 2 to 3 minutes or until starting to soften. Add the chopped red peppers and cook for 2 to 3 minutes, until hot. Remove the skillet from the heat. Carefully transfer the contents of the skillet to a food processor or blender. Place on the lid and puree the pepper mixture until totally blended (there will still be some texture to the peppers.) Heat the other 2 tablespoon butter back to the skillet over medium heat. Pour the pepper puree back into the skillet. Add the broth, salt, and pepper, and stir until heated. Splash in the cream and stir to combine. Taste and adjust seasonings if you need to. Drain the pasta and add it to the skillet. Add Parmesan and parsley/basil, then stir it together to coat the pasta. Serve in bowls with extra Parmesan and a sprinkling of parsley on top. Cook time: PT10M Prep time: PT5M 1 5 4.8 5
Choosing cheaper cuts of meat is one of the most basic ways to save money on groceries. A long time ago I began to buy boneless, skinless chicken thighs more than chicken breasts, mostly because the flavor is better, but thighs are also cheaper than breasts! If you buy chicken thighs that are bone-in and skin-on, though, you'll save even more money. I recently saw bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs for $0.69 per lb! Even better, this recipe for crispy roasted chicken thighs is a family favorite! One of my favorite bloggers/podcasters to follow is the Lazy Genius, who has a