This incredibly easy baked mahi mahi with lemon butter is the perfect choice for a light dinner on days when you are short on time! Mahi mahi is a mild white fish that is ever-so-slightly sweet and becomes perfectly tender and flaky after just 15 minutes in the oven. Baked mahi mahi makes a great dinner for 2, but you can easily make it for the whole family!
These easy slow cooker country style pork ribs can be combined with BBQ sauce in the crockpot before work and are ready by dinner time! After cooking low and slow, the boneless ribs become fall-apart-tender and the BBQ sauce begins to thicken and caramelize into sweet, smoky goodness. Slow cooker country style pork ribs are the perfect fuss-free dinner recipe for busy weekdays!
Veal osso buco alla Milanese is a savory Italian dish consisting of braised veal shanks and a fabulous lemony garlic gremolada sauce. These Milanese-style veal shanks become melt-in-your-mouth tender as they are braised with white wine, vegetables, and broth. When you're craving a flavor-packed meat-centric main course, serve this veal osso buco alla Milanese with some risotto and watch your family savor every bite!
A Traeger smoked brisket is the ultimate meaty main course for summertime pool parties, backyard BBQs, the 4th of July, or Father's Day! This easy brisket recipe still follows a 'low and slow' method, but it's fast compared to most other brisket recipes because you can have your perfectly tender, juicy brisket on the table in well under 10 hours! The key to the best Traeger smoked brisket is using a mustard base to coat the meat and, of course, the best brisket dry rub!
Smoked baby back ribs are the perfect recipe for the 4th of July or any summer gatherings where you're trying to feed a crowd! A few spritzes of apple cider vinegar keeps the meat moist and fall-off-the-bone tender while the BBQ sauce caramelizes to sweet, smoky perfection in your smoker. Once you try these incredible smoked baby back ribs, it may be the only way you make them from here on out!
These air fryer stuffed pork chops are packed full of fluffy Stove Top stuffing then cooked to tender, juicy perfection with your air fryer! It's a Thanksgiving-worthy dinner that is easy enough to make any day of the week! And these air fryer stuffed pork chops are so delicious, it's hard to believe they take less than 30 minutes to make!
These copycat Cracker Barrel grilled chicken tenders are just as good as the real thing, maybe even better! The secret is in the Italian dressing, honey, and lime marinade that keeps the chicken juicy and tender while adding lots of flavor. Cracker Barrel Grilled chicken tenders are an easy way to feed the whole family and they are always a hit with kids and adults alike!
These smoked short ribs are juicy and full of flavor despite requiring very little prep time or effort as they cook! You just season your beef ribs with a bit of steak seasoning, pop them in your smoker, and give them a spritz of apple cider vinegar here and there. Making fall-off-the-bone tender smoked short ribs has never been this easy!
These smoked ham hocks are more flavorful, smoky, and fall-off-the-bone tender than any you can buy in the store! The key is in my simple brine that the ham hocks sit in for 7 days before being smoked low and slow. You will never want store-bought smoked ham hocks again!
Try your hand at making a smoked ribeye because they are quite possibly the most tender and flavorful ribeye steaks you'll ever have! An incredibly easy dry brine softens the meat so the steak melts like butter, and it is finished with a quick reverse sear for that golden-brown crust that everyone loves! If you want a new way to make bold and savory steaks, this easy smoked ribeye is exactly what you're looking for!
Slow cooker kielbasa and sauerkraut is an easy Polish inspired dinner that you can throw together in minutes, then set it and forget it! This slow cooker recipe features delicious kielbasa sausage, tangy and tender sauerkraut, some light beer, and you can also add a bit of mustard! Slow cooker kielbasa & sauerkraut is easy comfort food that you can whip up in your crockpot any night of the week!
Oven roasted beets are an easy vegetable side dish that can be made by simply wrapping them in foil pouches and popping them in the oven! These bite-sized roasted beets turn out delightfully tender, slightly sweet, and best of all, you only need 3 ingredients!
Instant Pot Jambalaya is the easiest way to get your Cajun fix and it can be on the dinner table in minutes! This zesty one-pot meal is a classic Louisiana recipe that features tender chicken, smoky andouille sausage, and juicy shrimp mixed with veggies and white rice. Your Instant Pot jambalaya will turn out flavor-packed and totally delicious!
These easy baked scallops have a crispy, golden-brown Parmesan coating while the scallops themselves are buttery and tender! Sea scallops taste heavenly when baked in the oven, and it's a simple main course that can be made in less than 30 minutes!
Mushroom Swiss chicken breasts are an easy stovetop chicken dinner that the whole family will enjoy any day of the week! The classic flavor combination of juicy chicken, melted Swiss cheese, and tender mushrooms is always a hit at any meal!
My easy pork belly ramen bowl recipe has a delicious full-bodied broth as well as tender ramen noodles and savory pork belly! The soy sauce and sesame give this Asian noodle bowl a rich, umami flavor that everyone will enjoy, and you can add all your favorite ramen toppings!
These Instant Pot country style pork ribs are the perfect main course for when you're craving BBQ and are short on time! Slathered in your favorite sauce and a touch of brown sugar, these pork ribs turn out perfectly tender and make for an easy BBQ dinner on the fly!
Crisp and tender, my delicious curry roasted potatoes are the perfect side dish for any Indian or Thai-inspired dinner! Amazing for the whole family, (because who doesn't love potatoes) this recipe packs in the savory flavor and has an amazing light, buttery texture!
My easy, cheesy chicken broccoli rice casserole is loaded with creamy chicken sauce, tender chicken, broccoli, rice, and cheese flavors! It's a long-time family favorite casserole that works wonderfully for feeding a hungry crowd any night of the week!
These chunks of air fryer pork belly are rich and tender on the inside with a perfectly seasoned crispy outside and they require no oil! The pork belly is cut into delicious bite-sized pieces and then seasoned with an incredible pork seasoning before the air fryer cooks them to perfection!