Garlic Herb Sirloin Tip Roast is a great alternative to prime rib for cost-conscious families. While it is not quite as tender as prime rib, this cut of beef certainly makes up for it in richer flavor. This easy roasting method does the best job of cooking the roast to the perfect medium-rare doneness without turning the roast into shoe leather.
Buttermilk Cornbread Shrimp removes the oil factor from traditional fried breaded shrimp because it is baked in the oven. The herbed buttermilk cornbread coating on the shrimp is slightly sweet with a complementary slight touch of heat from ground chipotle chile peppers. This is a good alternative for those who love fried shrimp but are watching their cholesterol intake. The shrimp takes only about 15 minutes to cook, so have everything else ready to go!
Alfredo Parsley Potatoes make a delightful change from the standard mashed potato side dish. If you love alfredo sauce, you are going to adore these cheesy, creamy potatoes. If your kids are macaroni and cheese fans, they will flip for alfredo parsley potatoes. The process is simple and completely made on the stove-top.
Rocky Road Cookie Fudge Bars will make chocolate-lovers jump for joy! For your enjoyment, here we have brownies, cookies, fudge, and marshmallows all rolled into one killer cookie bar. These yummy tidbits are rich enough to be considered a candy bar. Best of all, they couldn’t be easier to make. You can put this together in a little more than half an hour.
Chicken Dinner in Foil makes use of an old camping trick that works equally as well in your home kitchen. Cooking meals in foil packets is nothing new to campers. This particular version is one of the most flavorful you will ever taste, although there is nothing exotic about it. Measurements, ingredients, and serving sizes are all easily adaptable, and it is easy enough for even the most basic cook.
Ceviche with Shrimp is one of the most popular dishes for vacationers in the Caribbean and Latin America. It is made by marinating fish and shrimp in citrus juices with herbs and a touch of chile heat. There is no cooking is required, so it is perfect for light summer meals or snacks. It is bright, flavorful, refreshing, and easy to make. Try it as a topper for salads, as a dip with tortilla chips, or just eaten plain as an appetizer. You simply must try this dish to experience the various textures and wonderful flavors. Great for low-carb, low-calorie, and paleo diets.
Texas Caviar will bring Olé raves at your next party or sporting event. This Tex-Mex style of salsa includes beans and white corn, along with the other traditional salsa ingredients of tomatoes, onions, chiles, and cilantro. Here, the chosen beans are canned black-eyed peas, so you can easily put this together. Make it a couple of days in advance so the flavors can meld. Serve with tortilla chips, and you have a crowd-pleasing party appetizer with little effort.
Triple Chocolate Shortcut Cookies are the yummy proof that there is nothing wrong with taking short-cuts when baking. These chewy, moist, and delicious cookies start with a chocolate cake mix and are loaded with both white and dark chocolate chips — a triple chocolate coup! They are incredibly easy to make. The mix goes together in less than 5 minutes, and they bake in about 10 minutes.