Delightfully salty and lemony, this dish uses dark meat from the chicken, which is best suited for braises. Be sure to use bone-in thighs for outstanding flavor.
Sauteing is a basic cooking technique that’s important to many recipes. It relies on fat and high heat to cook food quickly. Oil, plus butter, are keys to success—vegetable oil because it has a high smoke point and butter because it adds great flavor.
Fresh red skinned potatoes make up the crust that crowns this dish. Underneath the golden finish are meaty and richly-flavored chicken thighs bathed in a garlicky balsamic sauce. Thick slices of crusty bread are recommended to catch every last drop.
Pan Roasted Bottom Flat Summer Garden Salad, Goat Cheese Grits & Great Lakes Gastrique was created during the 2014 Chef Summit at the Certified Angus Beef brand Education and Culinary Center. It’s perfect for anytime you find yourself in the mood for a great steak and a reason to impress your dinner guests. (This recipe has not been tested by Our Ohio staff.)
A quick pasta dish seasoned with butter, garlic, onion and parsley.
Cornbread stuffing mix eases the prep for this recipe.
This recipe makes a five-pound chicken.
Adding whole grains to your diet is a wise and tasty choice. Wild rice adds a nice texture to this chicken casserole too.
Here’s an easy soup, add some bread and maybe a salad and you have a meal!
After a day on the trails what could be better than a hearty bowl of buffalo chicken chili made on the campfire. The key to outdoor cooking is simplicity and creativity.