This is a recipe that I found in my "Weber's Charcoal Grilling: The Art of Cooking with Live Fire" cookbook that sounds so delicious!!! I have adapted it a bit, or provided some items more likely to have on hand. I didn't add this to the instructions, but I would saute the shallots in the bacon grease for a few minutes, to soften them and take a bit of the bite out of the raw shallots, but that is just me.
This ham is our favorite holiday ham. My great great grandmother use to make this ham at her restaurant in Norway. She would always make it for the holidays. Very old recipe but very good. And really simple.
These pork chops are stuffed with an applesauce-stuffing mixture. They are easy to make, but they add a special touch to your next grilling adventure. I used rib chops in mine, but any thick-cut chop will do.
Fried pork chops and tarter sauce with an Italian twist. The key to a nice crust in this recipe is: 1. using regular breadcrumbs versus panko (i use panko most of the time, but not for this dish), 2. getting the pan hot and ready for you but not exceeding medium heat or the breading will burn before the meat cooks, and 3. not turning or touching the chops it's time to flip. If you follow these instructions, you'll have a nice golden crust on your pork chops. This is a Giada recipe that hardly needed tweaking.
I adopted this recipe from the Recipezaar account, and I'm so glad that I did. This has become a regular addition to my OAMC and I have created a public cookbook filled with recipe ideas using this recipe. This is a three-ingredient wonder that's easy (5 minutes of your time), delicious and versatile.
I defrosted a fryer from the freezer and didn't have anything to stuff it with, and we don't drink beer. I had cherry soda in cans so I poured the soda out of the can into a glass. Then I poured 1/2 cup back into the can plus I added a 1/4 cup of cream sherry (sweet) to the can. I gave the chicken a rub on the outside and then grilled it for 1.5 hours and it was the moistest chicken we have ever had. Now the tricky part the juices are red from the cherry soda, so you need to use a thermometer to make sure the chicken is done. Temperature should be 165 degrees F in the thigh.
This recipe is from allrecipes.com by Jennifer, with a few of my own tweaks. These chops are slow cooked in a crock pot, making it very easy to get ready in the morning & have dinner ready when you get home from work. Make sure to trim the pork, the sauce can get very greasy. Thanks Jennifer!
Not your traditional Parmesan Chicken. Very savory and delicious, easy to make with items you probably already have on hand, and very quickly done. Modified a bit from original recipe found at Kraft Foods. This is a keeper at our house. Great hot for dinner, and leftovers are great even cold chopped and tossed in a salad or a wrap.
I got the recipe for this incredibly tasty marinade from a neighbor at a cookout 17 years ago. I haven't found a better marinade for my chicken since then! I use it in baking chicken, but I mostly use it to grill chicken sandwiches, topped with Muenster cheese on a grilled Kaiser roll. Yummy!