Premium chorizo sausage with tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella, stacked together. Place them in the middle of a small mixed leaf salad and drizzle with some extra virgin olive oil.
In a recent trip to San Francisco, my brother and I frequented a restaurant in the Haight District for breakfast. The inspiration for this came from that trip. Very simple. Serve warm over eggs or as a side with eggs. Great with Eggbeaters(R) omelets, or use as a side, a topping (for eggs, omelets) or an ingredient. Hope you enjoy.
This sauce features a blend of spices that sets off a hotdog perfectly.
A buddy of mine LOVES all things pepperoni. So why not dump a bunch into a tomato-based pasta soup and see what happens? Broiled cheese on the top sets it off. Be sure to serve with breadsticks!!!
This is a basic guideline recipe for making gravy that will always have the right thickness and consistency. You can never go wrong if you stick to 1/4 cup butter/fat, 1/4 flour and 1 1/2 cups of liquid. These proportions can be used for all types of gravies and sauces.
This is a wonderfully fast and delicious way to make yourself this favorite dish. Although you can spice this to taste, all of the basic spices are already in the ingredients. I use fresh store-bough biscuits. The markets near me make these fresh every day and even have buttermilk biscuits available as well. This should make enough for 8 servings of one biscuit each with gravy. For me this serves four hungry folks!
Kielbasa, peppers and onions get a flavorful touch from apples and fresh garlic. Quick and easy!!! Serve with warm bread.
Healthy school lunch for kids and adults.
This aromatic smoked sausage side dish is SO addicting, you might just turn it into a main dish. Serve over rice or noodles, or just by itself.
A sweet, low-sugar relish with a kick. Diabetics will enjoy this dog relish!
This is a burger that my son and I created. It's a burger with black beans and sausage and Creole seasoning. It also has Cheddar cheese in it and is topped off with barbeque sauce and onion.
Look what I got here, Bob! This salty/sweet sandwich is just the thing to cheer you up! If George Newman's culinary masterpiece from the movie UHF doesn't put a smile on your face, 'Weird Al' Yankovic will find a way.
This dish is super easy, great for both guys and gals and kids :) fast and filling - Hot dogs that are filled with cheese and wrapped with bacon, onions and good old kiwi tomato sauce (ketchup).
Green Chili is very popular where I live in New Mexico, you can find it in almost anything. I decided to pair up our state's famous green chili with eggs and cheese for a delicious breakfast burrito. As a nod to our neighbor state, Texas, I added jalapenos which gave the burritos a great kick. It's perfect "man" food for breakfast - it fills you up, has some heat, and doesn't take all day to prepare. Also, this breakfast is portable, wrap them tightly in foil and you are good to go!
A meaty salad you make on the grill. Hey, is a running back just for running? No, he can catch passes too. Likewise, the grill isn't made for burgers and brats alone.
I was up late, the store was closed, I was starving, and my fridge was nearly empty. Except for a couple of hot dogs, some cooked rice, and some cheese. Had to make do.
A quick stuffing you can whip up in minutes. If you're doing it for Thanksgiving, you could make it while the turkey's resting after coming out of the oven.
A simple sauce and warmed up sauerkraut turns a basic grilled hot dog into something special.
For this grilled bratwurst recipe, you make the slightest extra effort to flavor the brats and make a tasty corn relish. The result: Maybe the best bratwurst you've ever had.
Add to your list of meat recipes with beer. The bratwurst simmer in a beer and onions broth, then go on the grill for final cooking.