It's our favorite marinade for tri-tip. The original recipe is from the Food Network site, but I've changed it so much that I claim it as my own :) It's SO tender and flavorful!! Marinate for at least 6 hours or over night. This is enough marinade for a 2-3 lb. tri-tip.
I needed some sauce and quick! I am not a fan of the jarred stuff...plus I didn't want to go to the store. This is a rendition of my favorite sauce Recipe #133806, just made simple and it doesn't have to cook all day.
This is my own signature rice dish. I make a variation of it every week, you can add "anything" to it and it goes with "everything". You can make this your very own by checking out the variations I listed below and if you try something different and it's great, I'd love to hear about it. I make the rice in my rice cooker which calls for 1 1/4 cup liquid, if you are making it on the stove then follow the directions on the package of rice for the amount of liquid and if you have a rice cooker be sure to check your own manual for the amount of liquid as they are all different. Just be sure to use broth instead of water.
This is a Giada De Laurentiis recipe, from her family dinners cookbook. My friend Traci made this and I was fortunate to get the left-overs and it was scrumptious! She served it with Recipe #188049, a perfect combo!
This is my friend Cheyanne's recipe, she made it for me when I had my last baby. It's different because it's made with chicken not beef. I have made it without the bell pepper and celery and it was still great. Easy, healthy and delicious.
Austin's is a great local restaurant here in Reno and Lake Tahoe. I have not made this salad, but have eaten it there many times and it is wonderful. The recipe comes from Austin's in a cookbook called "In Good Taste". A great way to use up your left over chili.
We used this marinade today on some antelope tenderloin and smoked it for 2 hours with charcoal - fabulous! It is so quick and easy to throw together. I marinated the meat for 3 hours. You can just grill with it too. Found this online on a hunters site.
Our favorite, from Southern Living Homestyle cooking 2002. This makes a lot, I often half the recipe. It freezes well for up to a month. I usually double the pimento. My mom makes it with light velvetta, reduced fat cheeses, lite mayo and splenda and it is still really good.
Most German potato salads are made with mayo, but this one is not. It is by far better than any that I have made with mayo. You must try it! We make this to accompany Recipe #112907. Great for a summer party.
This is so flavorful. It is a combination of a couple different recipes and my own personal touches. We like things spicy, so use mild rotel and omit the jalapeno and tabasco if you don't want spicy. I'm going to try this with brown rice next time, I have a feeling it would be really good. I'll let you know!