I made this recipe before and got great reviews from the girl I was dating. Had a really good night as well.
Don't let those teenagers at the fast food joint have all the fun--you can make these Brazilian chicken nuggets, known as coxinhas, at home.
Supermarket sauces are nowhere near as good as homemade. This easy, garlicky marinara tastes like tomatoes, olive, oil and herbs and doesn’t take too long to make. The addition of spicy, tender meatballs makes this a real rib-sticker. You can make them entirely from beef, if you want, but mixing beef and pork—an Italian tradition—really makes them better.
Kansas City Barbeque Society member Stuart Carpenter has entered this recipe in nine contests and placed in all but one.
A little sweet, a little sour, a little spicy, a little cool and a little crunchy. They say that the Asian cuisines are the most complex and this recipe combines Asian complexity with a lazy man's simplicity. Here's your meat and salad deliciously combined in one easy to make dish!
A hearty, tender pork loin with the sweetness of port, molasses and apricot.
This works well with beef or pork ribs. I marinate my meat overnight for beef and pork. Chicken usually just one day.