Mushroom-Smothered Beef Burgers
There's nothing more satisfying and delicious than these tasty, quick-cooking, beef burgers served with a creamy mushroom gravy.
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Salmon Scampi and Rice
Chunks of tender salmon fillet and green beans with a delicious herb and butter rice are ready to serve in just 30 minutes.
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Salmon in Oyster Sauce
This Asian influenced dish is simple and delicious! Serve with rice and vegetables.
Sweet and Sour Pork Tenderloin
I thoroughly enjoyed this plate of florescent food, and if you're a fan of the Chinese take-out version, I believe you will enjoy this too.
Chef John's Chicken Lettuce Wraps
When I visit my mom we usually make it to P.F. Chang's® at least once and always start the meal with their very popular chicken lettuce wraps. They do a good job with most of the dishes I've had, but the wraps are clearly my favorite. I don't do a lot of copycat recipes; these chicken lettuce wraps, however, are a delicious exception.
Greek Chicken Pasta
This pasta dish incorporates some of the flavors of Greece. It makes a wonderfully complete and satisfying meal. For extra flavor, toss in a few kalamata olives. Use whatever pasta you have or prefer.
Shrimp Florentine with Zoodles
Quick, easy and healthy shrimp dinner made with zoodles instead of pasta.
Soy Ginger Salmon
Salmon is marinated in soy, brown sugar, juice, spices, and fresh ginger; then broiled to perfection! My family and friends rave about this fish with every bite. Even my husband, who wouldn't eat salmon, now asks when we're having it again. Please try, for you and your family's health!
Pan-Poached Alaskan Salmon Piccata
This is a delicious, creative way to serve salmon. You can serve the salmon on a bed of cooked noodles (I enjoy fettuccine) or on its own with a side of vegetables.
Chef John's Salmon Cakes
I'm using canned salmon for this delicious salmon cakes recipe. Every grocery store carries it, and canned salmon is almost always wild salmon. I'm not going to go into the wild-versus-farmed salmon debate here, but wild is not only more eco-friendly, it tastes better, and is more nutritious. You could use fresh cooked salmon for this recipe if you have leftovers, but since we are mixing this up with eggs and cracker crumbs, fresh salmon just isn't necessary, so why spend the extra cash?