You’re going to LOVE this Mouthwatering Grilled Cheese Breakfast Sandwich with Provolone & Asparagus for breakfast, lunch, OR dinner. Seriously, if I had my way, I’d be happy to eat it this baby for all three meals in the very same day! Then, maybe I’d turn around and do it all again the next day, too. What can I say? It’s that good!!
Tag: dijon mustard
I’ve always tended to gravitate towards the potato salad when it comes to a picnic or buffet table. There is something about a perfectly cooked and soft potato mixed with a creamy sauce that gets me every time. I mean EVERY time!
This Creamy Golden Dijon Potato Salad is everything I want in a chilled potato salad, and I trust it will be everything you’re looking for as well.
Since tenderness isn’t the issue with a pork tenderloin, it’s the flavor which can sometimes be lacking. This Honey Dijon Pork Tenderloin with Breadcrumbs & Lemon is anything but bland. You’ll love the tiny hint of sweet from the honey which marries well with the mild flavor of the Dijon mustard and fresh zest of lemon.
One-Pan Italian Sausage, Fennel & Potatoes is a simply delicious, no fuss dinner! You can cook it on the grill, or in the oven. Either way you make it, you’re going to love the easy clean up and the perfect combination of flavors!
What goes better with a backyard BBQ or party in the warm weather than a chilled pasta salad? Not much in my book. This recipe for chilled Surprise Orzo Pasta Salad with Sweet Corn and Blueberries is the perfect accompaniment for any kind protein. Or, it can be a vegetarian lovers delight, and stand completely on its own.
Baked Pretzel Pecan Coated Chicken Tenders can be served as a main course or an appetizer. They’re moist and meaty, and their crunchy coating is like a party for your mouth!
These super moist and flavorful pork meatballs with Dijon mustard and pretzels pair perfectly with creamed caraway cabbage. Add Dijon […]
What do you get with you caramelize sweet onions with beef broth and thyme and then pile them on a […]
Since this Pork Pot Pie takes advantage of leftover pork (from the pork roast I made that could easily feed eight to ten people), it also did double duty in this pie that can also feed eight people. Maybe someday I’ll get the hang of cooking for only two…but don’t count on it. LOL
Making homemade mayo had been on my list of things I wanted to make for a long, long time. Since my husband and I recently started eating a high-healthy-fat, low-carb diet, so now was the time.