Herb Leg of lamb is marinated with herbs and spices, then roasted on a bed of carrots and leeks to bring out its natural, earthy flavor. Lamb is a traditional dish for Easter and Passover, but I love it year-round.
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.
Pork with Apple Thyme Sauce is a new take on old-fashioned fried pork loin chops. Many of us were raised with applesauce as a condiment for pork dishes. This recipe incorporates a fresh applesauce into the pan gravy with the delicious complementary flavor of thyme.
Tarragon Ranch Chicken will become your new favorite oven-baked chicken. The simple brilliant cooking method ensures you will get just the right amount of crispiness without frying. The combination of panko mixed with a little flour, Parmesan cheese, tarragon, and other spices makes the perfect coating mixture.
Spicy Chicken Legs are sure to become your new favorite chicken entree. The blend of 14 herbs and spices ramp up the flavor of the chicken, and the two-step cooking method allows the chicken to retain moisture as well as tenderizes. KFC has nothing on this dish!
Asiago chicken is drool-worthy on its own. Add bacon, sun-dried tomatoes, and herbs to the mixture and boring chicken breasts get leveled up to gourmet status. Red pepper flakes add just the slightest hint of heat to complement the flavor of the rich sauce. Best of all, it’s very easy […]
Spatchcock chicken is returning to the limelight, and why not? It’s easy and takes less time to cook than roasting the bird whole. A compound tarragon garlic butter forms the basis of the flavoring. Tarragon is an herb that imparts a gentle licorice flavor, and it pairs perfectly with chicken. […]