Recipes : Entrees
The key to Japanese food seems to be the enhancement of natural flavors. Ginger, garlic, and soy may seem like strong flavorings, but the abiding essence of the meal comes through with honest simplicity and respect for the ingredients. This recipe was brought to us from the chefs at Rattan Direct who know how to make a truly luxurious dish.
Own your New Year’s Day party with this impressive slow braised Australian lamb recipe. Delicious served with Yukon Gold mashed potatoes and a steamed asparagus. The roast lamb, slow-braised in chicken stock with mirepoix, Madeira, fresh thyme and apricot jam, fills the house with rich aromas in anticipation of a festive dinner.
This power bowl is easily customizable to feature your favorite healthy ingredients, but we've decided to load it up with our favorites! There is nothing better than the combination of textures and flavors all on top of a bed of perfectly crisped greens and quinoa. It takes just a little time to make and it looks absolutely beautiful when it's finished!
This impressive Appalachian-inspired smoked ham is slow-roasted wrapped tightly in foil for tender juicy ham, and then finished with a rich savory-sweet basting glaze made with ham drippings reduced to a sticky-sweet glaze simmered with apple cider, Dijon mustard, apple butter and brown sugar. Brush country apple butter glaze generously over ham and bake uncovered the final 30 minutes cook time, or until glaze is bubbly and golden brown. Truly delicious!
These tiny little muffins are kid-friendly, stomach friendly, and friendly to your taste buds too! Ashley Pettit shares her secret to portioning one of America's favorite comfort foods while making the juicy muffins of turkey a bit healthier too. Try it for dinner soon!
This is a fairly simple process that guarantees flavorful, hot, juicy turkey breast, and gold roasted turkey stock for gravy and stuffing. Most importantly, you’ll experience a stress free holiday meal.
Don’t let cooking fish intimidate you! This delicious baked fish recipe with a crunchy-golden lemon pepper-seasoned crumb topping goes together extra quick and easy with defrosted fish fillets such as flounder or tilapia and makes a perfect weekday meal served with rice and a green vegetable. Simply top thawed fillets with a blend of Panko bread crumbs and melted butter seasoned with lemon pepper and bake for 12 to 15 minutes. Panko breadcrumbs are coarser than traditional breadcrumbs and add a delicate crunchy texture to this recipe.