The perfect base for Lettuce pork bundles or Moo Shu Pork. Another tasty and easy recipe from Thai Cooking & More
Note: if you prefer sweet to spicy then substitute hot chili paste with a chili garlic sauce.
From Everyday Italian on Foodtv.com. This recipe gets better with age. On the show, Giada suggests making it a day ahead to let the flavors get together, although it can be served the same day as well.
Tender, fall-off-the-bone chicken! Skip the overnight refrigeration if you are in a hurry. For variety, eliminate the onion and substitute a quartered lemon or two, stuffed into the chicken cavity. Chef Shapeweaver had a good suggestion: Use Fajita Seasoning Mix #28011 as another variation. Thanks! The standard size slow cookers are a bit too small and a whole chicken won't fit. You'll need a 6-quart slow cooker for this recipe.
I cut this out of a cooking magazine, probably Taste Of Home and changed it to suit or our tastes. It sounds like a very flavorful way to have pork chops and to keep them moist. I haven't made them yet but plan to make them and serve them over mashed potatoes, yummy!!!!! Note: This recipe also works great in a crock pot. My friend and I have decided that it is easier to just mix all the sour cream with the soup and broth in the beginning.
Lemon lovers, come on in! This is a fantastic, easy lemon chicken from Scoozi Restaurant in Chicago. Garlic, shallots and white wine accent this chicken; nice because there's not a lot to detract from the pure lemony taste. I find that there's not a ton of the sauce; if you wish to have extra to drizzle on veggies or whatever, I'd probably double the sauce ingredients. It's good with pasta or roasted potatoes and a nice green veggie.
This is super easy, yet so impressive. It is the ONLY way to make a baked ham (or, at least that's what I've decided). I have yet to make this and not be asked for the recipe. Try it for your next holiday!
The tomato, olives, rosemary, garlic and wine combination gives a wonderful flavor to this pork tenderloin. It is browned in a skillet on the stovetop and then roasted in the oven until done. The sauce from the roast is mixed with cream to finish this wonderful dish.
This a mash-up of several recipes I had from various sources. The roasting and the balsamic give it such a deep taste, it was the best. I just had to share it!
Traditional Chicken Cacciatore uses bone in chicken but I find that boneless skinless thighs stay nice and moist and make it easier to eat. No knife needed to cut the thighs, that's how tender they get.
And don't worry about the garlic, it mellows into a sweet dream with the roasting.
I've tried this recipe with both dry white and dry red, and I prefer the white, but it's a personal preference.
Honey Baked Hams are basted in fruit juices and then glazed with a mixture of brown sugar and honey. Here is a copy cat recipe from Family Circle Magazine. Have to say, I love Honey Baked Hams. Makes 1 7 lb. ham.