Pineapple, pomegranate, and lime flavor the homemade barbecue sauce for these scrumptious Baked Tropical Spareribs giving them a Caribbean flair. No grill is necessary, and the ingredients are available year-round. It’s the perfect choice for a taste of summer in the winter.
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Baby boomers fondly remember the simple classic green bean casserole as a Thanksgiving standard. This version is updated a bit to add fresh mushrooms. It also uses frozen green beans, which contain less salt and retain more color.
Tender, juicy Cranberry Dijon Pork Roast is the perfect fall main dish for the family. Cranberries and Dijon mustard pair beautifully with the mild flavor of pork, and the crockpot does most of the work for you. Canned cranberry sauce is used, so you should have no problem making it year-round.
London Broil Marsala takes an otherwise tough cut of beef and turns it into a meat-lover’s delight. This marinade is flavored with Marsala wine, raspberry balsamic vinegar, and garlic. You will not taste the anchovy paste, I promise, so do use it.
Meat loaf is a comfort food for many, but it can be laden with calories and fat. This lighter version cuts back on calories, without the loss of flavor, by using lean ground beef, egg white, and fiber-rich oatmeal as a binder. Chili sauce adds that extra bit of umami authenticity.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive entree, look no further than Crockpot Glazed Turkey Legs. Turkey is generally cheaper than chicken these days and has a richer flavor. Your crockpot comes to the rescue in this case. The orange glaze is sweet and spicy — the perfect complement for the rich meat. Lastly, it’s easy to make!
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.
Hearty, filling Salisbury Steak with mushroom gravy is an America comfort food from the 50s and 60s. Bring back memories of Grandma’s kitchen by making your own with this easy recipe.