This is an easy casserole you can do ahead of time and just reheat it when you need it. It's rich and delicious and can be served alongside fruit, biscuits, and ham or bacon or whatever. Always a pleaser.
My brother turned me on to having the butcher cut the ribs for you in this fashion. Of course you don't have to do this, because the real secret's in the AWESOME mopping sauce!! Oh, it's really good!! Spicy.
I bought a beautiful pomegranate at the store the other day and wanted to somehow incorporate it with the salmon I had to cook. My husband and I don't like salmon all that much but after last night I think we'll be eating it much more often! I think this glaze could work for many fish, even pork tenderloin and chicken breasts. I also think you could easily substitute cranberry juice for the pomegranate.
I always get the coconut chicken soup when I go to a Thai restaurant. I love the combination of flavors! This is a dish that can be served over white or basmati rice or made thinner by adding additional chicken broth and turned into a soup. Add some paper thin sliced mushrooms and scallions at last minute if you're making the soup. This is also really good with shrimp. Do watch that red curry paste, though- it's spicy!!!
I can't remember where I got this recipe, but it's a good one. This will really impress your friends for a summer time BBQ- takes some effort but so much of it can be done in advance and then you grill the seafood at the last minute. You can simplify this, too, by omitting some of the seafoods or any of the ingredients you aren't in the mood for. If you're not into Nicoise salads, the dressing alone is a recipe worth trying.
My mom found out about this recipe and relayed it to me. It didn't have measurements or specifications, but this is my interpretation and it's really different and good!!! I know the cooking method is bizarre, but trust me, it works. You can use a whole cut up chicken, just breasts, or leg quarters (the best!)
This is in between a soup and chili. I love it because it's relatively healthy (low-fat) and thinner than a lot of other chili recipes. Easy and delicious!!! You don't have to second-guess how the flavor will come out because it's always good.
My mama always had this growing up....I never had Hellman's until I was in college!!!! I'ts just delicious, and equally as wonderful as a sauce if you thin it down with more lemon juice/vinegar and add some garlic and herbs. You must have a food processor to make this.
If you're one who likes to pick off artichoke leaves and dip them into a sauce, you must try this recipe!! I'ts really easy and fun to do alongside whatever piece of meat you're grilling on a lazy afternoon.