This tasty beef dish is a nice alternative to Asian style pepper steak. A definite must try if you love Cajun spices!
Coconut milk brings out the natural sweetness in corn. The corn slowly simmers in the milk and seasonings and gets infused with the perfect sweet and salty flavor.
This surprising combination of flavors is a little sweet, a little smoky, and a little spicy. It enhances the natural sweetness of the corn without overpowering it.
These pork chops are smothered in a sweet and tangy cranberry sauce. They are really easy to make and are a great way to use up leftover canned cranberries from a holiday dinner. These go great with stuffing or mashed potatoes and green beans!
Smokey barbeque chicken and melted cheese top fluffy baked potatoes in this mouthwatering dish! The baked potatoes are meals in themselves and also nice served with a salad.
This mouth-watering Chicago specialty is made easier by using the slow cooker, the results are just as delicious!
In this slow-cooker stew, pork simmers with peppers, onion, green enchilada sauce, and spices to create a flavor-packed dish! Make sure you have a basket of warm tortillas ready!
This chili is one of my favorites, I love how much flavor the Italian sausage adds to it!
Cacciatore refers to food prepared “hunter-style” with mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, and sometimes wine. I love this variation using pork instead of chicken!
I’ve tried many pepper steak recipes, I kept adjusting the ingredients until I came up with the tastiest version!