This One Pan Ponzu Pork Chop Dinner is a sure-fire family pleaser which takes only minutes to prepare. You’ll only need a vegetable peeler and chef’s knife to prepare and slice the apples, onions, and sweet potatoes. Then the majority of the work is done by the oven while you go relax for 40 minutes until dinner is wonderfully caramelized and ready to serve. Easy peasy, pork chop pleasy! 🙂
Move over plain old mashed potatoes! These Fall Festival Pumpkin Mashed Potatoes are sure to become a new family favorite!!
With the popularity of sheet pan dinners going through the roof, I wanted to bring you a recipe that would utilize some of autumn’s best-tasting vegetables and flavors, along with the always popular, moist and meaty, boneless and skinless chicken thigh. The result is this Easy Maple Mustard Chicken Thigh Sheet Pan Supper.
I’m not usually one to follow traditions when it comes to food and food holidays like Thanksgiving. What can I say? I get bored easily, and I like to try new things. It’s not always something that my family appreciates, but if I’m the one doing the cooking, then I’m the one who gets to decide what’s on the menu. *insert evil laughter here*
Ditch the pot of water and grab a baking sheet instead. Since this Easy Roasted Potato Salad calls for roasting the potatoes instead of boiling them, the extra flavor from the caramelization is what gives this potato salad its unique and stand alone flavor.
Texas Tater Hash is a twist on a casserole I used to make when I was a new bride. In this updated version I’ve swapped new potatoes for long grain white rice. We like it every bit as much, if not more, than what I made some 30 (plus) years ago.
Moist and meaty chicken thighs, along with red potatoes are cooked low and slow in a white wine caper sauce for this Italian […]
Travel all the way to Ireland without ever leaving home with the taste of this Dubliner Cheesy Potato Tart. Every year for […]
Steak, Roasted Potatoes with Bourbon Butter Sauce is a manly meal that will please a woman too. Que the sexy music, please. […]
I saw this method for braising potatoes one day while I was watching America’s Test Kitchen on Netflix. I knew immediately that I had to try it, and share it with you!