• Sesame Chicken Salad

    2 years ago

    Whenever we visit a Teriyaki restaurant, boys usually take the rice off my plate, and I get my favorite part, chicken and salad. So, I had this idea of a similar salad recipe for the longest time and it finally came together.

    The salad is just as great the next day, so long as the meat is separate from veggies. Just add dressing right before serving the salad.

    The dressing you...

  • Slow-Cooker Beef and Barley Recipe

    2 years ago

    You guys often ask for slow cooker recipes and I am on a mission to fulfill your desires :) This dish is inspired by Pilaf recipe, but with a healthier twist to it. Barley is a whole grain that has a lot of great nutrients, it will keep you filled for hours, making it a great option for those who are trying to eat healthier.

    You don't have to precook the meat...

  • One Pot Chicken Rice Bake

    2 years ago

    So many of you have been asking for one pot dishes, aren't they awesome? I was given this recipe by a friend of a friend, at a party. When people find out that I am blogger, they often talk about their favorite dishes. I mentally take notes and recreate those dishes at home.

    This dish indeed is loaded with flavors. With such a huge variety of ingredients, it makes the dish very fancy....

  • Simple Roast Turkey Recipe

    2 years ago

    Many of you have tried the turkey recipe from last year. All the Instagram posts and feedback was wonderful, I am so happy you loved that recipe. This year I am sharing another one my favorite recipes, and at this point I cannot figure out which one I like more. I do like the extra crispy skin on this recipe and the extremely...

  • One Pot Beef & Broccoli Recipe

    2 years ago

    One pot meals have been the thing in our house lately. Not only the fact that I like quick meals and not that I am getting lazy with washing dishes. It turned out perfect in one pot. All of those flavors form the meat, went into broccoli and the sauce, yummeee... one pot idea is Genius! I have a gut feeling that all of you would love this recipe, just as much as Beef Lo Mein...

  • Turkey Necks Recipe

    2 years ago

    Some of you may be thinking that I am out of my mind to cook turkey necks. But the neck meat is a delicious part of the turkey. As a child, chicken neck was my favorite, although there was hardly any meat. Turkey necks have a decent amount of meat and they are similar in flavor to the chicken. Now, I prepare this dish very often for the family, everyone loves it and treats it as delicacy....

  • One-Pan Roasted Chicken & Potatoes

    2 years ago

    One-pan dishes are convenient in a sense of not having to wash a ton of dishes and preserving all the flavors all in one pan. While chicken is roasting, it produces a lot of juices, which will feed the vegetables with chicken infused flavors.

    While preparing this dish is very easy, it does turn out like a dish for a feast. It reminded me of the Holidays and family dinners.

  • How To Make Perfect Bacon

    2 years ago

    I used to hate making bacon, it left stove tops in such a mess, but this oven method has made my life so much easier. It really is easy to make your own crispy bacon at home, in a matter of minutes.

    I would suggest making a few packs of bacon at the same time. Crispy bacon can be stored in the refrigerator and easily reheated within seconds, in a microwave.

  • Slow Cooker Beef Roast

    2 years ago

    Recently, I had a lot of requests for crock-pot recipes; so get ready - they are definitely coming your way! Sometimes when I don't feel like cooking or when I have a ton of housework, I like to pull out my crock-pot. When kids were still babies and I used to work outside of home, crock-pot was my best friend. We would come home to an amazing dinner that only took me 5 minutes to prepare....

  • Creamy Chicken and Mushrooms Recipe

    2 years ago

    This creamy chicken with mushrooms is going to hit the spot. I served these the other day, when my dad stopped by, and he said that he'll be coming by for lunch more often. It was a true compliment, since my mom's cooking rocks.

    You can use one pan for all the cooking; this way you wouldn't have much dishes and preserve all flavors while cooking. Just make sure that the pan you use, is...