From comforting Banana Bread Pancakes to exotic-feeling Shakshuka, these recipes will take your breakfast game to the next level.
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Made with cooked chicken, pork, or beef, green cabbage, cilantro, white onion, roma tomatoes, jalapeno peppers, serrano peppers, limes 11 Recipes Using Frozen Orange Juice (that aren't all drinks)
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We’re not leaving the snacks out, as this one is a great recipe to make your dog go bonkers and always come back for more! Preheat oven to 200 degress Make sure chicken breasts doesn’t have any fat Cut into 1/8 inch strips Bake for 2 hours until strips are dry and hard Serve 6. Hearty Meatballs
Although it may not be possible to make gourmet meals every day of the week, you can still prepare some fancy dishes for special occasions while staying on budget. To replicate that restaurant quality, follow the Michelin-star chefs’ techniques by adding small portions of meat and veggies, drizzling them with a tasty sauce, and serving your meal with an eye-catching plating. Now, it’s time to make some classic ratatouille and trick your whole family into believing that you’re the real Auguste Gusteau!
First brought to New York City by Jewish immigrants from Poland, the bagel conquered America as a quintessential breakfast food. One of the most classic ways to enjoy a bagel, particularly in New York, is topping it with lox (brined and smoked salmon) and cream cheese. For the full experience, add on a slice of tomato, capers and red onion. If you're not a big breakfast fan, cream cheese and lox fries exist, too.
If you've got leftover panettone, turn it into this delicious dessert or decadent breakfast.
I love making a list, plotting everything I’m going to cook with it later in the week. I love checking my pantry just before I go to see if there’s anything I’m running low on, and adding it to the list in addition to my weekly usuals. I love visiting multiple stores (usually Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, my local favorite, Nugget, and maybe once a month, Costco) because I like different things from different stores (there is, for example, no dried pineapple like the Dried Baby Pineapple from Trader Joe’s, no peanut butter as good as the organic unsweetened Whole Foods creamy peanut butter spread, and no ricotta that compares to the Bellwether Farms Whole Milk Basket Ricotta they sell at Nugget. What can I say? I like to have my stuff.
INSTANT POT BRAISED BEEF TACOS – Girl Gone Gourmet | Tender seasoned beef wrapped up in tortillas with all the toppings, including a simple creamy salsa-inspired sauce, is totally doable on a weeknight thanks to an Instant Pot.
It’s amazing what delicious food can be created on a budget, no reason to eat bland and boring food even if one is watching the pennies!
The best way to bridge the gap between pasta and salmon? Creamy homemade pesto, of course.
This traditional Tex-Mex breakfast dish features Bernard's Gourmet Foods Roasted Tomatillo y Poblano Salsa and is a deliciously simple choice any time of day
Also, don’t use 100% extra virgin olive oil in your salad dressings. Cut it with some vegetable or Canola oil. Why? Because the olive oil will also overpower the flavor of the greens. You want to taste the lettuce with a slight layer of flavor attributed to the dressing.
Using a double boiler as described in Chef Todd’s video, combine the egg yolks with the cooled vinegar mixture and one tablespoon of cold water. Start whisking continuously as described in the video until the sauce emulsifies. Do not let it turn into scrambled eggs or you will have to start all over again.
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