Consider making a roast leg of lamb with garlic and rosemary for your Christmas table centerpiece.
Nothing says comfort when cold weather arrives like a good soup. This hearty chicken soup will warm you up in no time.
Fresh grated Parmesan tops off this rich, buttery dish.
Dry brining is easier and less messy than wet brining and guarantees moist, flavorful turkey. Rubbing the turkey with salt ahead of time (dry brining) guarantees a succulent, delicious bird. Leaving the cavity empty also cut the roasting time a bit.
Harissa, a Tunisian chile-pepper paste, is very versatile. It can be stirred into stews and soups and rubbed onto meat or fish before cooking. Cultured dairy products such as yogurt and buttermilk naturally tenderize meat, so this mixture does double duty by breaking down the protein while adding a tangy flavor. Try this coating for other meats as well as roasted vegetables.
Have an “eat from the garden” dinner during the week and make Garden Stuffed Zucchini the highlight.
Sneak whole grains and vegetables into delicious meatballs. Serve with your favorite pasta and marinara sauce or on a Portuguese roll for a satisfying sandwich.
Roasted peppers introduce an element of earthiness and the spicy pepper flakes add some zip.
Super Easy & Super Satisfying!
This chicken recipe is for the slow cooker. Just prepare it in the morning and come home to a delicious ready-made dinner.