I loveeeeeeeeeeeeee meat and salad together! So delicious and healthy. I had leftover Baked Pork Loin and put this wonderful salad together in a snap! I use 1 cup fresh baby spinach, 1/2 cut cooked green beans, one mango cut into cubes, 1/2 red onion sliced, a few white button mushrooms sliced, almond sliver halves for garnish with a light vinaigrette dressing.
Its is so much fun creating new salads!
Hope you enjoy!
Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.
Hope you have a wonderful Monday!
Love Tyler, xo
We love enchiladas. So easy to prepare! One pound of ground beef, one can (10.5 oz.) Ro*tel diced tomatoes and chiles, 1 tablespoon taco mix, 1/2 diced onion, few dashes of hot sauce. Brown onions, ground beef until cooked through. Drain grease, add remaining ingredients, stir, cook 8 minutes. I use regular large flour tortillas filling each one and rolling them closed, seam side down in a non stick baking dish. Add enchilada sauce (or can use taco sauce) add lots of Mexican blended cheese and bake 15 minutes @ 375 F.
Garnish with more shredded cheese.
A wonderful supper for a Weekend! I buy a 5-6 pound Beef Brisket from my Butcher/Meat Market, add seasonings, and bake @325 F for 4 hours in beef broth, covered. I use two white onions sliced, 2 tablespoons butter, olive oil and caramelize the onions for 30 minutes on the stove-top. I use the cooking juices to make a gravy by adding corn starch and bring to a boil.
We love sugar snap peas and mashed creamed potatoes and gravy, as side dishes.
The meat is so tender and flavorful.
Enjoy-we sure do!
When I stopped by our local open air produce market on Wednesday, I found beautiful tomatoes and ripe avocado! Yes, a quick, delicious lunch. Add your favorite seasonings, lemon juice, s & p, some herbs, chill the salad 20 minutes and voila-enjoy!
Salads are a large part of my daily diet, I love different combinations and this one is a favorite! 8 ounces Thin Asparagus, 4 radishes, one shallot, bunch of fresh tarragon finely chopped, 1/2 fresh lemon, s & p to taste, one tablespoon white vinegar, 2 tablespoons canola oil.
Blanch the asparagus spears in salted boiling water for 3 minutes, drain and allow to cool down then cut into thirds (each spear) add to a mixing bowl, add all remaining ingredients, toss gently, cover with plastic wrap and chill 30 minutes.
Healthy, nutritious and just yummy!!!