Peanut Butter Sauce. Awesome! Use 1 c pb, 1/5 c milk, 1/4 c honey. And be VERY careful to only slightly, slightly warm up (on the lowest setting, stirring constantly) just to get it mixed (it should be completely incorporated and the consistency of a slightly runny peanut butter) or the peanut butter will break and you'll have an oily mess. Food Network, Puddings Desserts Recipes, Cherries Tomatoes Recipes, Club Sandwiches Recipes, Cakes Recipes, Network Yummy Recipes, Cherry Tomato Recipes, Club Sandwich Recipes, Yummy Recipes Stuff Mak Lik
|5||End-cut pork chops, about 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 pounds|
|1 head||Iceberg lettuce|
|2 tbsp||Parsley, leaves|
|1 (14.5-ounce) can||Chicken broth|
|2 tbsp||Mustard, spicy|
Baking & Spices
|1/4 cup||All-purpose flour|
|2 tsp||Brown sugar|
|2||Salt and freshly ground black pepper|
Oils & Vinegars
|2 tbsp||Canola oil|
|1/4 cup||Red wine vinegar|
Nuts & Seeds
|1 tsp||Cumin, ground|
|1||Iceberg wedge salad|
This is one of my hubby's favorite meals . . . Potato Bacon Torte! It is so creamy and bacon-y and potato-y . . . what more could you ask for? Melissa d'Arabian makes her own pie crust but I just use the frozen ones to save time and it still will knock your socks off!
Baked Tilapia with Spicy Tomato-Pineapple Relish: You can make this recipe with tilapia or any other mild white, flaky fish like cod or haddock. I top the fillets with a super-simple pineapple relish that has just three ingredients-and the entire dish is ready to serve in about 20 minutes.
Chinese broccoli beef, thinly sliced beef slices, marinated then stir-fried with garlic and blanched broccoli. Looks a lot more complicated than it really is. I don't always use as much oyster sauce as suggested but that is simply because I don't like as strong a flavor as it produces.