A great starter or dinner accompaniment
It’s easy to make, it is good right out of the oven or can hold for about an hour and still taste great.
Thick melted cheese, a hint of garlic and Italian herbs on crunchy bread. It’s savory and satisfying.
You’ll wonder why you ever bought that pre-made garlic bread sold at grocery stores. After enjoying this, you will never do that again.
Another great starter OR this can work as a light meal.
This selection works beautifully on an outdoor grill, but can also be made indoors (when it’s too cold to grill on Super Bowl Sunday)
Ingredients are easy to pull together, you’re applying your new-found skills at sautéing vegetables and plenty of chopping.
When made correctly, it will have a light, crunchy outside with soft, melted blend of flavors inside.
I have won several side dish awards at barbecue contests with this favorite.
Now... the secret is in your hands.
I really like this recipe when we are having a casual meal with friends or just the two of us. The beauty of this selection is that it can be served hot, right off the grill OR it can sit at room temperature for an hour and taste just as good. Perfect for those get togethers when people want to enjoy conversation and eat when they feel like it.
Lean, pork tenderloins wrapped in seasoned, thin prosciutto, drizzled with olive oil and fresh herbs.
It feels light, yet you leave the table satisfied.
Don’t let this name intimidate you.
Cucumber sambal is a light, refreshing mixture of fresh-chopped cucumbers, green onions and red bell peppers. It is absolutely at it’s best when it has chilled for at least an hour.
The “dressing” is a sweet and sour mix that complements the crispy vegetables perfectly. Adjust the vinegar/sugar ratio as you continue to experiment with this recipe.
You will hit the ideal formula for you.
Because all of the ingredients are readily available
year-round, you can enjoy this in the heat of the summer or as a “summer reminder” in the winter.