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!
Who needs a fork?! Use your hands! The fresh vegetables give this dish an extra crunch and a delicious surprise, it is a great meal to help add to the menu and spice things up. Not only does this dish look pretty when it is plated, it is pleasantly filling too!
Larb, is a traditional meat salad from Laos. Though the name does not sound appealing, let me personally assure you, it is delicious! This was my first time creating this dish but I will say it won’t be my last! Aromatics galore! The flavor was mild and savory and with the touch of adding in romaine lettuce for the cups it had a satisfying crunch to it too.
Skip the take out and plan to cook a meal worthy of chopsticks! This is a simple and easy way to make a sweet and sour chicken the whole family can enjoy. It is cheaper than take out or anything in the store that is prepackaged.
If your family is anything like mine, pancakes are a staple! We cook them for breakfast and for dinner on Sunday nights. This is a simple and easy to follow recipe for making your own pancakes from scratch! Enjoy and dig in.
This makes for a wonderful family meal, its filling and you can use what ever fresh vegetables your grocery store may have on hand for the fall season.
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.