Transform an ordinary BLT into a gourmet sandwich by partnering it with a chicken panini. Use crusty bread, thinly-sliced roasted chicken from the deli, and those traditional BLT ingredients. The whole family will enjoy this quick and easy sandwich.
Boneless, skinless chicken breast, again? Amp up the flavor of your chicken with bacon! These are butterflied: either do it yourself or ask your butcher to do it for you. You can then stuff them with cheese and asparagus, wrap them up in a bacon blanket, and air fry! While they cook, toss a green salad, add a veggie or potato, and some bread, and you’ll be enjoying your dinner in no time.
Two ingredients, no mess, and ready in minutes. No bun required. Drizzle with mustard before serving, if desired.
Macaroni and cheese is so easy to cook in the pressure cooker that you won’t want to make the boxed stuff again! This creamy recipe is a delicious basic pressure cooker mac and cheese with bacon. Feel free to use it as a starting point for a customized mac and cheese using different cheeses and add-ins.
Italian sausage, bell peppers, and onions made easy on the grill. You can also serve the sausage in hot dog buns and finely chop the veggies once grilled as a “relish”. I like to add a squirt of mustard when I serve them this way.
Yummy flavors light up these boneless, skinless chicken breasts. Prosciutto, garlic, onion, red bell pepper, spinach and feta go inside the chicken, and a delicious crust goes on the outside. Air fryers do a terrific job with meat, and you don’t have to heat up your big oven. Enjoy these stuffed chicken breasts with a simple green salad and a nice, crusty bread, or slice in 1/2-inch slices and use as a hearty appetizer!
When you’re in the mood for barbecued pork you basically have 2 options: ribs or a slowly smoked pork shoulder made into pulled pork. But what if you want something different? In that case, these barbecued pork skewers come highly recommended. And no, we’re not just sticking chunks of pork on a stick, this is way more advanced and way more delicious. Garnish with thinly sliced green onion and drizzle with extra barbecue sauce if you like.
This is a country, budget-friendly recipe that everyone will enjoy. Serve over rice with a side of green beans.
All the “usual suspects” are here in this version of shrimp scampi, plus the addition of bacon! Serve over cooked fettuccine, linguini, or the pasta of choice, and crusty bread, so you can scoop up every drop of the yummy sauce! A green salad, or some sauteed zucchini, will fill out this meal beautifully.
A tasty way to use up your leftovers from a pulled pork! Goes well with a little coleslaw.