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By Ardra Tippett
25 Min Crispy Delicious Healthy Chicken WingsBy cookingadminBaked chicken wings are so easy to make, and they come out of the oven crispy and delicious. Simply bake them in a 400°F oven for 40 minutes. There's no need for flour! Chicken wings are probably my favorite part of the chicken. I find that the ratio of juicy meat to crispy skin is just perfect, more so than in any other chicken part. I make this recipe often. Cooking wings in the oven instead of frying them is easy and a good choice, and they turn out so wonderfully crispy. My entire family enjoys them and repeatedly asks for them!
Seared Chuck Steak with Sautéed Brussel Sprouts and Easy Roasted PotatoesBy cookingadminThis simple, quick, and nutritious meal is perfect for a busy weeknight. The brown-sugar rub with a dash of cayenne pepper gives the steak a nice flavor and a tad bit of heat. Even using an inexpensive chuck steak, the steak was tender and delicious. Flank, skirt, or tri-tip steak can be substituted if you prefer a different cut of meat. Sautéed Brussel Sprouts and Easy Roasted Potatoes are a couple of my go-to side dishes. Potatoes are a no-brainer when having steak, and it’s always good to add something green for a well balanced meal. Not only am I giving you amazing recipes, but I am watching out for your health too. You are welcome!
SUNDRIED Tomato & ROSEMARY Chicken-Pressure CookerBy cookingadminPan-seared chicken in a dairy free creamy sauce with peas, sun dried tomatoes, kale, and mushrooms. All of it is served over a grain of your choice: rice, quinoa, pasta etc. Everything comes together in about 30 minutes and with one pan! This meal is perfect for weeknights!
Making French ToastBy cookingadminWith so many toppings and breads there is an endless variety of French toast you can make. Cinnamon French toast, Brioche French toast, stuffed French toast and even a French toast that tastes like a Starbucks caramel macchiato. If you are feeling adventurous, you can even make French toast in a mug! But for this quick and easy French toast recipe you’ll need to start with some vanilla extract and cinnamon to create a rich flavor. Pick your favorite bread - white, Italian, French, or whole wheat and serve with our Easy Spiced Syrup for a tasty French toast recipe. Learn how to make quick and easy French toast today!
Italian Lemon Pound CakeBy cookingadminItalian Lemon Pound Cake is the only lemon cake recipe you will ever need! You are going to love the super moist texture and the rich citrus flavor. The Italian Lemon Pound Cake is sure to have you hooked after just one bite. It really is that good! Every time I take this cake to a party it is always a huge hit. Have you ever bit into a lemon dessert and instantly pucker up because the lemon flavor is so overpowering? You don’t need to worry about that with this recipe. It has the perfect balance between sweet and tart, so it is pucker free. If you have a chance, try making the cake the day before you are going to serve it, because It tastes even better the next day! Serve this Italian Lemon Pound Cake at a baby or wedding shower or enjoy it while sitting on the back porch on a quiet summer evening. Who am I kidding, this cake would be amazing no matter where you are or who you serve it to. With love from my kitchen to yours, Carrie *This post contains affiliate links which means I receive compensation if you purchase something from these links. Here are some of the items that I recommend for making this cake. *UPDATE: I added 1 teaspoon of fresh ginger to the cake batter, because I felt like it needed a little bit of kick to the lemon flavor. It’s amazing how much of a difference it makes. Then I omitted the butter from the glaze, because the butter is very temperamental and can curdle. I brush the glaze on the warm cake and once it has cooled down, drizzle the lemon cream cheese frosting over the cake.
Making Rainbow BreadBy cookingadminShares this much-loved explosion of Birthday cake fun and flavor. Baked in a loaf pan like banana bread, this Rainbow Sprinkle Bread will bring to life all the flavors you remember from childhood birthday parties. You may not need to use all the crumb topping, but I’ll let you in on a little secret: It keeps well in the refrigerator for a few days and makes a tremendous topping for vanilla ice cream.
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