This may be the best turkey recipe ever! Why? Because it's easy -- the perfect recipe for someone who is roasting turkey for the first time. A mixture of oil and herbs coats the skin and lends flavor and moisture as the turkey slow roasts in the oven. Basting during the second half of the cooking process also infuses the whole bird with flavor. A classic main dish for the holidays!
This recipe is ideal for a small gathering. Sunday dinner, a holiday feast or any special occasion is the perfect time to make this turkey breast pot roast. Turkey slowly stews in a dutch oven with a medley of vegetables ― tasty, tender and delicious!
Hosting a game day party at home or tailgating with friends at the stadium this fall? Level up your menu with an air-fried chicken sandwich that’s bursting with woodfire flavor made on the Ninja Woodfire™ Outdoor Grill.
What makes the recipe unique? Chicken breast strips are breaded, then air-fried and wood-smoked at the same time, which results in a crispy bite and just a hint of smoke flavor. Build the sandwich in dagwood-style layers of veggies and chicken, each dressed with a drizzle of classic honey and mustard-based sauce. One bite of this beyond-basic party sandwich and guests will be back for more!
To make this sensational party sandwich, stock up on tender, juicy farm-raised chicken from Perduefarms.com and place your order for the brand-new Ninja Woodfire™ Outdoor Grill from Ninjakitchen.com. This 7-in-1 outdoor grill, smoker, and air fryer gives you the versatility to whip up all your game day favorites fast and easily. Electrically powered and perfect for the tailgate – no charcoal, no propane, no hassle.
Wondering how to cook a steak in a cast iron skillet? Here, we share a recipe that calls for sirloin steak, butter, garlic and herbs. To sear the outside, cook steak in the pan on the stovetop for just a few minutes per side, then finish in the oven. Delicious!
Crispy, crunchy and so incredibly juicy! This recipe for deep-fried turkey guarantees a tender and delicious result every time! Be sure to set up your turkey frying station outside and away from your house and check for doneness with a digital meat thermometer.
The perfect dish for Sunday dinner, Cornish hens slow roast in a Dutch oven. Dry white wine, tomatoes, garlic and herbs form a delicious broth that can be served overtop. Enjoy with rice or mashed potatoes.
A new twist on a traditional chicken dish, this recipe calls for Gruyere and prosciutto in place of sliced deli ham and cheese. A rich and creamy white wine and mushroom sauce can be spooned on top of chicken or served on the side as a dipping sauce.
With just 5 minutes of prep and little mess, this dinner will be ready when you get home from a long day of work or family activities. The whole family is going to love this sweet, sticky and spicy wing. Pair it with a bagged salad, fresh veggies or rice for a well-rounded and filling meal. To batch prep, double up on ingredients and divide into separate freezer bags. Let bags sit in the fridge overnight to marinate and then pop them in the freezer. When you’re ready to cook, defrost bag and cook according to directions below or add frozen ingredients to a slow cooker and cook all day.
We think this may be the best buttermilk fried chicken recipe around! A Southern comfort food classic, this recipe calls for whole chicken, which is cut into pieces and dunked in a traditional batter and deep-fried on the stove top. Delicious both piping hot and served chilled.
Wondering how to perfectly roast a whole chicken? This recipe walks you step by step through the process. Learn how to prep the chicken, roast veggies and even create a gravy you can serve alongside carved chicken. The quintessential Sunday dinner!
This may be the best ever stuffed pork loin recipe! The ideal centerpiece to a fall harvest feast (or alternative to traditional Thanksgiving turkey), this pork loin roast melds the best of sweet and savory. Serve with a side of seasonal veggies and a glass of dry, crisp Riesling.
In this easy dinner recipe, crispy, oven-roasted Cornish hens are placed atop a bed of wild rice. A rich and creamy bacon and wild mushroom gravy, drizzled overtop, makes this dish a meal to remember.