Making Cabbage Rolls is easier than you think with this simple but genius trick. No more boiling cabbage leaves and stinking up the kitchen. And, this recipe has a few steps that can be done in advance so when the mood strikes you, you can easily whip up a batch.
If you’ve got some frustration to work out, pounding boneless pork loin chops into a nice thin cutlet is a good way to get rid of some stress. And the reward of a perfect Pork Schnitzel with a crispy crust and tender interior is worth making it yourself.
Have you ever ordered Fajitas in a restaurant and were served a sizzling pan of…..peppers and onions? With barely any meat? Yup, me too. Making your own Steak Fajitas at home guarantees you get lots of meat and the perfect ratio of meat to vegetables. And homemade Fajita Seasoning is simple, cheap and stores for ages.
If you’ve never had Risotto, it’s an Italian dish made with a specific type of rice – Arborio. Risotto is like an artist’s palette. A basic mixture of rice and broth is the starting point, then you can add any ingredients you like. Shrimp and Asparagus Risotto includes protein and vegetables so it’s a complete meal in one pan.
As kids we loved when our mom made Coq au Vin. Because we got to say cock out loud. For the same reason, we were also mesmerized by the musical stylings of Engelbert Humperdinck. But seriously, this classic French dish that translates simply to Chicken in Wine is a delicious slowly braised stew. Surprisingly, the wine used in this recipe is red.