I love Cornish hens as part of a celebration or holiday meal, don’t you? If you do, give this recipe a gander. Apricot Stuffed Cornish Hens has that yin and yang of sweet and savory. The textures are great too, the soft and juicy flesh of the bird is encased in a wonderfully crispy skin. However, the stuffing is the piece de resistance, it’s sweet and savory blend of ingredients is a nice addition to an already tasty dish.
I love Cornish hens, they’re so darn tasty, they also look pretty spectacular when you place them on a platter on your dining table.
Here’s another Christmas Eve recipe for you, Pernil. It’s a bone-in pork shoulder slow-cooked in herbs and spices. You will need to spend quite some time in the kitchen, but the result is truly superb.
Tis the season, and ham is in the air! Well, maybe not. But it’s certainly on my mind. I plan on recreating today’s recipe, Bourbon Glazed Ham, for my Christmas Eve feast. If I have time, I’ll make some bread and then sit there chomping away at chunks of bread and ham with a touch of Caribbean hot sauce until my body tells me enough.
A tasty Boneless Leg of Lamb is a great dish for your holiday meal. For this recipe I used lots of herbs, leaks and garlic to apply flavor to what is already a tasty cut of meat. The result is a super tasty dish that will feed you and your family and put a smile on their faces.
Steak Wrapped Asparagus is a delicious dish that looks as good as it tastes. It’s perfect for the holidays and requires only a little prep before cooking. Steak Wrapped Asparagus will really liven up your dinner table.
Cooking a whole turkey for Thanksgiving can be a little daunting and in some cases rather wasteful, so why not try turkey legs instead. These Sage Buttered Roasted Turkey Legs are a treat to the tastebuds. No need to calculate weight per serving, one leg person.
The weather is cooler in New York and I have that yearning for heartier meals. Quick and Easy Meatballs with Tomato Sauce is a hearty dish full of flavor, and as the name states, they’re quick and easy.
These Mole Rubbed Pork Chops are a spicy flavorful pleasure for the palate. One bite and you’re transported to a smokey, sweet and spicy place that you will not want to come back from.
The term “Mole” in this recipe is pronounced “Mo-lay”. So fear not, I am not talking about the weird burrowing creature (tee-hee). This Mole rub is inspired by the Mexican Mole sauce that is served over meat. It is dark, slightly sweet and smokey, just like the rub in this recipe.
Chicken Korma is a super yummy dish. A spicy dish, on the mild side, with bags of flavor. It’s perfect for the fall. Chicken Korma gives you that satisfying comfort without overwhelming your constitution.
Most importantly, no cream is used to make this Chicken Korma dish making it, thankfully, lower in calories.