This hearty dish is low in calories (340 per 1-1/2 cup serving), low in fat (13 grams) and high on flavor. I recommend making it without a lot of additions the first time.
Soup is usually quite versatile, allowing you to add all sorts of ingredients you have lying around. Need to clean out the fridge? No problem. Make soup.
Dried beans are an inexpensive staple. But are they really better than canned beans? Yes, they are. Some people think cooking dried beans are a hassle,...
It’s not the same as Spanish rice and makes a great side dish for more than just Mexican dishes. This is an authentic version.
But if you have over ripe bananas that are getting a little too soft, rejoice! For you now have the perfect bananas for making delicious banana bread.
This Balsamic Pork recipe can use any kind of pork. It also would work with chicken or beef. Along with boneless pork chops or pork loin medallions goes frozen potato and onion pierogi as the dumplings.
Peas are actually a fruit because they are edible seeds. They are usually grown in cooler climates, planted in the late winter and harvested in early to mid summer.
It’s time to begin posting some of the Thanksgiving Day recipes we used.
There are two great things in this recipe: stir-frying and Sichuan sauce. Stir-frying is a favorite cooking technique in The Bachelor’s Kitchen because it is fast, easy, flavorful and low in fat.
Pot roast is an American classic. But it’s not just American. You can find pot roast in some form in many countries.