These are the easiest biscuits every to make, simple ingredients, simple prep and yet so delicious!
These are the softest and most delicious rolls we have ever had! The children all said, we don’t have to buy rolls any more, we can make them!
Crispy, Savory, Cheesy! This pork chops are a great way to take a classic staple item and mix it up. The crunchy texture of the cheese on top gives it an almost fried pork chop feel, but the butter and herbs make it more than that. This is a very simple meal that anyone can cook and feel like they are a chef. Kids and husband approved of this meal so much they asked when could I make it again!
Chicken Marsala, is a dish where the chicken is coated in flour, briefly sautéed, and then removed from the pan, which is then used to make a Marsala reduction sauce. The sauce is then poured over the chicken, which has been kept in a warming oven, and served immediately
This meal is both savory and delicious, the warm buttery notes with a spice of mojito lime are perfect for any dinner occasion. It is a simple and easy recipe that is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Southern fried chicken with a crispy outside and a little taste of Cajun flavoring. It is wonderful when paired with some other down-home favorites, like mashed potatoes, corn, greens [your choice], biscuits and more! Its a great dish to bring to big events like family gatherings or potlucks. It is sure to be a hit with any who love crispy fried chicken.
If you are anything like me, you often take recipes you know you love and you will often tweak them to make a new dish or even spice the old one up a bit to your liking. I decided to take my stir-fry recipe and make something new with it.
We decided to try and do this recipe one night on a whim, and we were glad we did! These turned out to be the best chicken fingers we have ever had and they are so simple to make. Ever since we started making these, it has been one of the most requested things from…
We made this the other night, I actually modified another recipe to give it a try and see how it would do on a different type of meat. I will post that recipe and link it in the comments below. I will say this was one of the best Pork Loin Steaks I have had…