If the thought of roasting a huge turkey intimidates you, or you’re a small group, then a boneless turkey breast roast is the dish for you! Carving is simple, and if you’re not dedicated white meat eaters, then choose a breast roast stuffed with thigh meat and you get both dark and white in each slice. I always like to cook my roasts on a bed of vegetables, as it elevates the roast for even browning and deliciously flavours the pan juices.
Tasked with creating a scalloped potato recipe was no hardship for my potato-loving self! I discovered that there are two distinct preferences for making the sauce. My whole milk thickened with a flour roux way, and Chef Nick’s (and most professional chefs) method using naturally thick but oh-so-rich whipping cream. After you decide on your sauce option, there are still a few more decisions to be made.
Whichever method you land on, I hope you enjoy this old-fashioned but full-of-flavour creamy comfort food.
These little Twice Baked Potatoes Bites with Farmer Sausage is the perfect Easter appetizer, snack, or even lunch. Not only are these incredibly delicious, but you can also prepare them ahead until the final baking stage. The only step that takes a little patience is scooping out the potato flesh as it takes a gentle hand so you don’t break the potatoes. After that it’s stir, scoop and bake for a sure-fire winner.
This idea for a cheesecake & carrot cake crossover immediately caught my attention as the perfect dessert for spring, and combines two favorite flavours. While the instructions are lengthy, preparations are simple and straightforward. The icing is just the right combination of thick yet runny, for a smooth icing that pours on and stays put in the most beautiful drip patterns.
If you’re someone who loves to cook breakfast but the thought of baking and decorating fancy cakes sends shivers of fear up your spine, then this layer of crepes smothered in whipping cream/mascarpone/raspberry deliciousness is the perfect recipe for you! No baking of multiple layers of cake required. It takes a bit of time to cook the crepes, but once you’ve made them the rest is easy to assemble.