This moo shu pork is thinly sliced pork tenderloin stir fried with vegetables and egg, all in a savory sauce. A homemade version of the classic take out dish that tastes even better than what you’d get at a restaurant! My family loves when I make their favorite Asian dishes at home including fried wontons, honey chicken and this simple … Read More about Moo Shu Pork
This million dollar spaghetti is tender pasta tossed in a hearty meat sauce, then layered with four types of cheese and baked to golden brown perfection. A comfort food classic that’s perfect for feeding a crowd! You can never go wrong with baked pasta, whether it’s stuffed shells, pasta al forno or this super cheesy million dollar spaghetti casserole.
This sweet and sour sauce is a homemade version of the classic Asian sauce that takes just minutes to make and uses common pantry ingredients. Use sweet and sour sauce as a dip, to season a stir fry or to brush onto grilled meat or seafood. My family loves Asian food, especially shrimp fried rice, honey chicken, and anything that … Read More about Sweet and Sour Sauce
This honey mustard sauce is the perfect blend of sweet, creamy and tangy and takes just 5 minutes to make. Use this versatile sauce as a dip for chicken, french fries and vegetables, or drizzle it over a salad for a memorable meal. I often make my own condiments as they taste so much better than the store bought variety. … Read More about Honey Mustard Sauce
This Low Country Boil is a blend of shrimp, crab, sausage, corn and potatoes, all cooked together to create a hearty dinner. A complete meal in one pot that’s perfect for a feeding a large group of people! You can never go wrong with fresh seafood, whether it’s grilled swordfish, steamed lobster or this fun and festive Low Country Boil … Read More about Low Country Boil