RR's method of making quesadillas is the best. Try to find it on youtube or watch the episode because there's no baking, no mess, and they turn out so crispy and melty, just like a quesadilla should be ! All you need is a nonstick pan and a spatula. The method here is what I am stressing because you can put anything in a quesadilla, just don't over-stuff! That being said, I absolutely love this recipe. So easy and delicious, not to mention filling!
Chunks of tender stew beef and also ground beef are what makes this recipe truly "meaty". Extra flavor from beer really sets this chili recipe apart. A favorite of mine, always was in my head and decided to finally write it down and submit it. Feel free to play with the spices to your taste, everyone is different!
I have been playing around with recipes for chicken wings at home and I came up with this. Panko crumbs (found in the Asian aisle or sometimes with the bread crumbs) are very crunchy. Baking the wings is better than frying if you are trying to cut down on fat. These turn out so crunchy, then you can 'spin' or coat them with your favorite sauce. Absorbs into the panko, but still keeps the crispy texture. Reminds me a little of Hooter's breading. Also, try to find Amish wings, they are tastier and usually larger than typical wings. Enjoy!
As the chef of my family, I have embraced meatless dishes as a way to get more vital nutrients and nourishing foods into our diet. These light and tasty patties make the perfect substitute for those days when you want a cheeseburger. You may grill these in a non-stick pan with no added oils, or you can pan fry them. I suggest trying the non-stick route, for better health! Serve with provolone cheese, on a bun or just by itself. My son liked ranch dressing with his, and I made a balsamic broccoli rainbow slaw to put atop mine. We were all satisfied!
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