Keep your holidays festive and fun by trying a new recipe for your family and friends!
Whip up the holiday spirit this year in the form of this easy and delicious dumpling recipe (made with pork or beef). Complete this Korean-style dish with ginger, garlic, and sesame seeds. It’s been handed down in Roy’s family for years and now hopefully, yours too! #PassTheTraDish
Warm apples, crunchy pecans, oat crumble, and the perfect sweet potatoes? @realfoodbydad’s #DoublySpecialHoliday recipes have it all! Stock up on fresh sweet potatoes to try a Sweet Potato Gratin and a Sweet Potato Casserole this season. When it comes to the holidays, there is no such thing as too much fresh!
No holiday meal is complete without a potato dish, so let’s double it! @dzunglewis is sharing two perfect recipes for your holiday spread. Garlic Herb Roasted Potatoes are a simple staple dish, and a Tartiflette Tart is a delicious way to dress up any table! Don’t forget: the key to any great meal is fresh ingredients!
When it comes to a #DoublySpecialHoliday, there is no such thing as too much pie! Kolby Chandler has two festive & fresh ways to use sweet potatoes this holiday. Make room on the table for a Sweet Potato Pie and a Sweet Potato Galette and pick up all the fresh ingredients you need for these fun recipes!
This winter, get cozy with a Japanese Hot Pot recipe straight from Lindsay's Grandma. Start by seasoning chicken with salt and letting it marinate for 15 to 30 minutes. Combine chicken broth, sake, mirin, and soy sauce in the hot pot, along with the bottom part of napa cabbage. Cover and set over medium-high heat. When broth boils, turn down the heat to simmer, adding the chicken and the rest of the ingredients. Cover and bring back to a simmer for 3-5 minutes until everything is cooked through.
There aren’t many ways to improve pork, but a Raspberry Chipotle Pork Tenderloin might do the trick. First, season meat with pepper, salt, garlic salt, sugar while heating the skillet to medium-high heat & heating the oven to 375 degrees. Brown meat in a skillet, then place in the oven for 10 to 12 minutes. Remove meat & place the skillet back into the oven with wine, honey, butter & raspberry chipotle sauce until it reduces. Drizzle onto tenderloin when done. Top with a garnish & serve!
Dallas BBQ legends, The Reaves Brothers, shared their Seared Salmon & Fruit Salsa recipe, a dish that’s as full of flavor as it is fresh. First, season your salmon with salt, garlic salt, and black pepper. Next, set stove to medium/high heat. Once done, sear salmon in skillet with olive oil for 4 to 5 minutes. To finish, chop strawberries, kiwi, jalapeno, and cilantro in a bowl. Add salt, orange juice and prosecco, then spread over the salmon.
Smoky almonds, dark and white chocolate, tangy cranberries and crunchy pretzels - this tasty snack mix literally comes together in minute! Make ahead, store in an airtight container, and you’ll be prepared for company anytime. Feel free to customize with other dried fruits, almond flavors or chocolate varieties.