How can you elevate an affordable cut of beef like cube steak into something that might appear on a steakhouse plate? Answer: you fry it to golden-brown buttery perfection! Wrangler Round Steak takes tenderized cube steak and quickly cooks it to a juicy medium rare with a crispy, seasoned jacket. This steak cooks so quickly you need less than 20 minutes to get dinner hot and ready!
This recipe for Watermelon Salad is so simple it’s hardly a recipe. But it’s the perfect way to take advantage of the watermelon season in the summer. Juicy chunks of red watermelon mix with salty feta and cooling mint for a refreshing flavor profile. A simple citrus and olive oil vinaigrette ties Watermelon Salad all together.
There’s nothing like sitting on the back porch and enjoying a cold, refreshing glass of lemonade—except, of course, when that lemonade has booze in it. Indulge your Southern summer fantasies with this recipe for Boozy Backyard Lemonade. Start with fresh lemonade sweetened with honey. Then add a kick with vodka. Top the Boozy Backyard Lemonade with fresh herbs for a just-from-the-garden taste.
French Toast is only as good as bread it’s made with. Some prefer brioche or challah, but this Sourdough French Toast will blow you away. The thick, slightly sour bread is soaked in a sweet batter then seared in a skillet. The contrast of flavors makes it more than just a sweet treat but a truly engagingly delicious breakfast.Top as desired, but we’re always fans of maple syrup and fresh fruit for our Sourdough French Toast.
Bundling up this autumn has never tasted quite so good. Easy Baked Pumpkin Donuts lets you skip the line at the donut shop and instead enjoy the seasonal warmth and sweet spiciness of pumpkin from the comfort of your own home. Made in less than 25 minutes and with no need for frying, Easy Baked Pumpkin Donuts is perfect for getting into the fall spirit and for satisfying your sweet tooth whenever it strikes. These donuts are best enjoyed while admiring the leaves changing color.
Egg Drop Soup is more than just an appetizer; it’s an enchanting dish with clouds of wispy, savory eggs swimming tantalizingly through the warm broth. With plenty of crunchy green onions, Egg Drop Soup is perfect when paired with stir-fry or fried rice. Best of all, it only takes 15 minutes to make a bowl of this warming broth.
Roasted Red Pepper Hummus balances the creamy, savory, tangy flavor of hummus with the mellow sweetness of roasted red peppers. Infused with citrus flavor and subtle notes of nuttiness and olive oil, Roasted Red Pepper Hummus is a delightful afternoon snack or evening appetizer. Plus, it only takes 15 minutes to make, so making it yourself might be easier than going to get a premade one from the store!
You can hear and smell these crispy, crunchy chips before you see them! Homemade Pita Chips go well with hummus, guacamole, salsa, or just by themselves. They’re ridiculously easy to make as well: just fifteen minutes and three ingredients at most to make the best chips you could ever want! Homemade Pita Chips means ditching the store-bought bags forever!
You might think the Peach Bellini hails from the Peach State, but in fact, it comes from a medieval Italian recipe. Prosecco is a bubbly dry Italian wine with a cornucopia of sweet fruit flavors. Peaches are beloved in Italy for their sweetness and mild acidity. Together, these two ingredients make Peach Bellini, a truly festive, flavorful beverage fizzing with fruitiness and positively pink with playfulness. No other brew can make you feel so sunny!
You can’t have burgers and hot dogs without a bubbling bowl full of Quick Baked Beans. These sweet, tangy, and savory little bits of flavor are perfect for pairing with grilled meats or giant roasts! Quick Baked Beans can be finished in just 15 minutes and only needs some time on the stove-top to reach its delicious peak! This is a great recipe to have in your back pocket for when you need a side in a hurry!