Brochettes is another word for kebab, referring to the skewer itself, deriving from the French for “to spit.” These brochettes are a Middle Eastern-inspired dish which will quickly become a grilling favorite in your recipe repertoire. Couscous provides a fluffy and absorbent bed that will soak up the wonderful flavors.
Using a broiler to cook kebabs makes this dish possible even in the middle of winter when grilling is not everyone’s idea of a fun time. A simple pilaf makes the perfect pairing for a quick and easy dinner your family will love.
If you love a good slow-braised ragu but never have the time to make one, this is a dish you must try. Starting with a decent cut of meat and working in a skillet to reduce cooking time, you can get wonderful flavor even on a busy weeknight.
Flank steak is a wonderful option for sharing steak with guests. Marinated and grilled slowly, it’s a juicy and delightful treat to top a simple tabbouleh-like salad. Tip: Cracked wheat is the whole grain version of bulgur. If you need to, you can sub in bulgur.
Fresh cracked pepper brings life to steak, which finishes this easy pasta dish with a perfect kick of heat. Tip: If you don’t keep a pepper grinder in your house, you can wrap the peppercorns in tinfoil or a plastic bag, and beat the packet with something heavy, like a hammer or cast iron pan, […]
The only meat yummier than a perfectly grilled steak is a marinated steak topped with a wonderfully balanced salsa. This mango salsa will set you tastebuds dancing, playing perfect counterpoint to simple couscous and fresh peas.
As with all marinated meat, time is key to developing great flavor in your steak. Serve with a bounty of grilled seasonal vegetables to complete the meal. Tip: If you don’t have a grill (or grilling weather), you can use your broiler with the rack set in the highest position.
The number of ingredients in this meatloaf might seem daunting, but it’s well worth the work. Fragrant, moist, and flavorful, this is a meatloaf your family will ask you to make again.