This is my mom’s spin on an old Russian recipe known as “Chicken Kiev”. The butter inside melts and makes the chicken extremely juicy, while the dill gives it a fresh taste. Also, this is a very basic recipe, thus, other stuffing flavors could be added to your taste.
This is my spin on “steak and potatoes”, which again happened by an accident. One day I planned to make steaks in bread crumbs, but had no eggs, so I improvised with what I had in the fridge. Surprisingly, the steaks tasted amazing and this is now one of my favorite ways to prepare steaks. Enjoy!
Some meals take a lot of preparation and dedication, fajitas, on the other hand, are fun and easy to make. Fajitas are great to make with kids, friends or family – we usually do a “fajita night” when we have friends over and it’s always a blast. This recipe was created and perfected through a few years and it always comes out amazing!
Chicken cutlets have a lot of different names, but for the sake of this recipe let’s just stick to the basics. Additionally, there are just as many ways to prepare chicken cutlets as there are names for them. This recipe is the most simple one and, once mastered, could be tweaked to include any flavors you like. But for now, let’s just try the basic chicken cutlets.
I love-love chicken Cordon Bleu, but I don’t particularly enjoy making it. The original version takes a long time to prepare and if you are feeding a large group of people you might as well move into the kitchen. The below recipe is quick and easy, yet tastes delicious!