Much like Chicken Saltimbocca, this is chicken smothered in parmesan cheese and rolled with mozzarella and prosciutto and baked in white wine.
Best if cooking is started the day before serving. Boston butt is the easiest to make on a small scale. Use a shoulder or a whole shoulder (which is a shoulder plus the Boston butt) for larger crowds. The sauce skimmed off the top is very, very hot and can also be used to make terribly hot chicken wings.
Rice and bite-sized meatballs made with pork and beef float in beef broth seasoned with green chili salsa, canned tomatoes, onion, garlic powder in this hearty Mexican soup for a crowd.
A rich, creamy potato soup brimming with flavor that everyone loves to come home to.
I took my grandmother's basic, but delicious, recipe and improved it. Very creamy and cheesy! Unlike any you've ever tasted!! Well worth the prep time. Get all the ingredients together first and it will be a cinch to prepare.
We don 't know what 's more terrific, what goes into this fabulous salad, or the dressing that goes on top. Both are noteworthy. The pasta is mated with chunks of ham, crisp grapes, green onion and cheese. The dressing is creamy and laced with dill. The combo works.
Sweet mandarin oranges, crunchy almonds, fresh green onion, and crispy bacon are all tossed together with red leaf lettuce and a light honey mustard vinaigrette. Oh, so good and refreshing. Enjoy!
A simple pork tenderloin recipe for the slow cooker with flavors of a fancy feast! The roast soaks up the wonderful flavor combination of onion, red wine and garlic, all of which come together at service to make a delicious au jus.
A three step cooking method is used to make these incredible, tender ribs. The ribs are first boiled, then grilled, and finally simmered in barbecue sauce in a slow cooker. This recipe does take time, but is soooo worth it.
I made this up one day. It takes a lot of work, but makes a lot of stew, and the leftovers just taste better and better each time you try it.