Chicken wings are the ultimate finger food, and are great for outdoors entertaining. They can be prepared in many ways (for more recipes, press HERE) and with different flavors. This time, I’ve decided to make them crispier and spicier than usual. Continue reading “Spicy Crispy Chicken Wings”
After my successful experiment of cooking chicken in cider and apples (recipe can be found HERE), I’ve decided to use these ingredients to prepare pork tenderloin (also known as pork fillet) in a similar way. Continue reading “Spiced Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Apples and Cider”
Serving whole roasted pork tenderloin (also known as pork fillet) makes for an impressive dinner. It is also a cut that requires short preparation and cooking time, so it is one of my preferred options when it comes to easy entertaining. Continue reading “Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Peaches and Rosemary Compound Butter”
Chicken marinated in buttermilk is known mostly as the base for the tasty Southern fried chicken, which is juicy inside and crispy on the outside.
However, the marinade works its wonders with roasted chicken as well, and since I’m not much into deep frying, especially in the summer, I’ve decided on the latter option. Continue reading “Buttermilk Marinated Chicken Thighs with Almond Crust”
As I’m planning to prepare this wonderful roast beef soon, I thought it would be a good idea to re-post the recipe, which was posted in the early days of the blog, for those of you who might have missed it.
I’m sure that even those of you who already saw the recipe, will enjoy this tasty remainder.
See you next week with a new recipe!
The Holidays season brings with it lots of roast beef recipes, and rightly so, as it is one of the best dishes for an easy and tasty entertaining. The only problem is that many of these recipes are very long and detailed.
While it is the best approach for many, others may be deterred by the overwhelming information and end up thinking the dish is too complicated to even try. So, my goal here is to try to make the explanations as short and as simple as possible.
With this in mind, we still need to point out there are two important things to remember when preparing a roast beef: first, the meat has to be at room temperature before you put it in the oven. The second: plan the roasting time with the resting time in mind, as it is crucial to let the meat rest properly before slicing…
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