Served as an appetizer or entree, these crab-stuffed portobello mushrooms are a rich and elegant addition to the table. Portobellos have a deep, rich flavor in a lovely contrast to the sweetness of crab and the tang of the cheese. If you are unable to find portobellos, other large mushroom caps will also work.
Fresh, dried, or frozen figs and cherries paired with tarragon and balsamic vinegar make a perfect flavor packet for inexpensive chicken thighs and drumsticks in the oven or crockpot.
Raise your appetizer game to the next level with Sausage Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms. Cream cheese, sausage, onion, and garlic make a simple, yet rich stuffing for meaty, baby portobello mushrooms.
Fried chicken is always a favorite. Add orange and complementary spices, and it becomes something extra special. This easy recipe results in golden brown, tender, juicy, utterly scrumptious chicken.
Curry Chicken is a popular dish in the Caribbean, and this version sports a tantalizing paprika yogurt sauce to keep the chicken thighs and legs moist. Great over rice.
Baked Gluten Free Crispy Chicken is perfect for those on a restricted diet. The secret is in the flavorful gluten-free coating mix you mix up in a jiffy.
Raspberry Herb Pork Roast is a delicious, yet easy, diversion from traditional pork entrees. The combination of the raspberry jam with the spicy mustard and herbs lends a sweet and savory flavor to pork loin roast. The spicy mustard and ground chipotle lend only the slightest bit of heat.
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!