A simple but delicious combination of wine, juices and spices brighten ordinary pork chops. Marinate for at least 4 hours and then grill. Absolutely delicious! Could also be made ahead for OAMC meal. Just combine the ingredients with the chops in a freezer bag and freeze. *Cooking time is approximate, will vary based on your grill*
Fresh tomatoes, sun-dried tomatoes, and yogurt make these biscuits light and delicious. Versatile, too. You could add chopped bacon, ham, chives, or even chile peppers. A recipe from Readers Digest, I'm putting here for safekeeping.
Pork tenderloin and baking potatoes prepared with green or red bell peppers and fajita seasoning mix spark this pork roast of tenderloin with zesty Mexican flavors. From the Ortega website, this is one of my favorites. To make it even easier, I actually cook it in the crock pot instead of the oven. Turns out moist and flavorful!
Juicy chicken breasts are filled with yummy Monterey Jack cheese and coated in a zesty panko crumb mixture. This recipe makes six chicken breasts, but can easily be doubled if you want to prepare more for OAMC cooking. From the book Don't Panic, Dinner's in the Freezer.
Not a traditional cheesecake, as it contains cottage cheese in place of cream cheese. Much lighter and healthier than cheesecake! Easy to put together. Makes a great summer dessert! Cooking time is chill time in refrigerator.
A fantastic no-fuss meal that you can make to serve same-day, or you can freeze it ahead to be served later. Easy preparation, but perfect for entertaining or a delicious family meal. To save even more time, I use the pre-sliced fresh mushrooms. Cooking in the crockpot makes it so simple. From the cookbook Don’t Panic More Dinner’s in the Freezer.
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