For the main course, I'm skipping the honey-baked ham and roasting a whole beef tenderloin. It's served alongside a roasted red pepper and black olive sauce. On the side? Fresh citrus and cranberry salad and a giant casserole dish of classic macaroni and cheese. Interested in these recipes? Keep reading!
They're quick to put together and fun to eat. The smaller size means you can indulge without the guilt. Serve the sliders with salad greens, couscous, or grilled potatoes. Want the recipe? Get it right here.
The actual cook time is quite quick, thus it's important to have everything prepped in advance. Once you heat the wok, the meat, veggies, and seasonings are added in succession. The resulting pork is flavorful and succulent. Want the recipe? Please keep reading.
All you do is roast some veggies, layer 'em in a wrap, fold, and voilà, dinner is done. Use whatever vegetables you prefer and if you dislike mayonnaise, skip the garlic mayo step.
For additional flavor and heft, consider adding in cheese, fresh herbs, or beans. Learn the method that you'll use over and over again after the break.
That's why I'm excited for this recipe of chicken with broccoli. It combines skinless, boneless chicken breasts with broccoli and bamboo shoots. The sauce is a mixture of ginger, soy sauce, and rice vinegar. For a complete meal, I'll serve with baked brown rice. To redo this classic takeout item, get the recipe and read more