This is a quick and easy recipe that results in tender and flavorful pork chops.
Need turkey dinner fast? If you're pressed for time on Thanksgiving, or any big feast day, this simple recipe can have a big helping of turkey on the table in less than 45 minutes.
You know about country/chicken fried steak, right? Well, why not just substitute some good pork chops and do them up the same way? This is the same recipe with the same crunchy crust as my country fried steak, complete with the gravy. You can always double the gravy portion of this recipe to use on accompanying mashed spuds or for some biscuits.
Great comfort food, done quickly. Recipe includes a homemade gravy, but you could also make one from a mix or use gravy from a jar. Or, make the gravy ahead of time and warm it up when you're ready to eat.
Fried meat and gravy. What could be better? Born (probably) in Germany, imported to America, this dish is so popular in the Southwest it's been named part of Oklahoma's official state meal.
Break out the Dutch oven for this simple pork roast. Cooking times work best for a smaller pork roast, around 2.5 lbs.
What you do *after* roasting the turkey. The great thing about roast turkey is the requirement that you rest it for 20 minutes after cooking to let the juices settle. This gives you ample time to use the drippings to make amazing from-scratch gravy.
Seasoned beef tips are sauteed in butter and served in a decadent brown gravy with portobello mushrooms.
Just burger patties topped with mushroom gravy. A simple, filling dinner that's great for beginning cooks.
Turn leftover turkey into another meaty dinner with this easy stuffing casserole recipe.