Instant Pot® Haluski with Kielbasa
This quick and easy Polish recipe is a one-pot comfort meal with cabbage, Polish sausage, and egg noodles for your busy evenings made in the Instant Pot®.
Instant Pot® Shepherd's Pie
This family friendly shepherd's pie uses ground beef (instead of the traditional lamb), and your Instant Pot® or multi-cooker pressure cooker to prepare the filling and potatoes.
Southern-Style Egg Salad
Southern egg salad, primarily used for sandwiches. Serve on fresh bread of your choice. My wife likes to make double-decker sandwiches (utilizing whole wheat bread for the center slice) with pimento cheese on the other half. Trim the edges and cut into 2 or 3 pieces. Great for tailgating.
Southern Smothered Pork Chops in Brown Gravy
Southern comfort food at its easiest. Pork chops smothered in onion, garlic, baby bella mushrooms, and a brown gravy sauce. Tastes great as gravy on mashed potatoes too!
Thai-Dipped Beef Tri Tip
I enjoy beef satay way more than I do skewering small pieces of beef. Besides, I've never made satay, and not stuck a bamboo skewer into my finger at some point in the process. Not only did this involve less labor, but you can cook this in any number of ways.
Grilled Hoisin Beef
The (underrated) hoisin sauce is a thickened, fermented soy-sauce-like substance, flavored with chilies, garlic, vinegar, sugar, and, of course, exotic spices. It makes a great marinade. And unless you horribly overcook it, this skirt steak is juicy and tender.
Sheet Pan Shrimp and Sausage Bake
Easy shrimp and sausage bake, delicious, healthier, and gluten free, all on one big sheet pan in the oven!
In this copycat recipe, marinated chicken breasts are broiled with bacon and cheese, topped with sautéed mushrooms, and drizzled with honey mustard dressing, just like the Alice Springs chicken dish at a popular restaurant. This is a fantastic way to turn plain broiled chicken into something special!
Australian Meat Pies
These terrific little Australian meat pies are often referred to as Australia's national food. They're great for munching during sporting events or a fresh new dinner idea. Cool pies well before serving, as the filling will be very hot. Eat by hand or with knife and fork, as desired.