Donna's Daily Dish
Inspiring people to create every day recipes
Yes, I found another sheet pan recipe. However, I think my husband is beginning to tire of these, but if you’re a busy family, short on supper prep time, these sheet pan meals that you’ll find on my website can be a Godsend.
Last week I prepared Sheet-Pan Chicken with Sweet Potatoes and Peppers. This recipe needs apple cider vinegar, honey, red onion, kosher salt, fresh garlic, ground coriander, freshly ground black pepper, bone-in skin-on chicken thighs, extra-virgin olive oil, sweet potato, fresh sage, sweet paprika, cayenne, ground allspice and cilantro.
Recently I was preparing a pork tenderloin for dinner and that pork tenderloin is a blank canvas. It can be used in recipes such as stir fry, grilling, roasting or pan cooking. The recipe I recently found on www.lidiasitaly.com, Pork Tenderloin with Balsamic Onions, helps show the diversity of this cut. There’s only a handful of ingredients, besides the pork, to make this dish. You’ll need extra-virgin olive oil, kosher salt, yellow and red onions, shallots, fresh bay leaves and balsamic vinegar. It will take approximately 45 minutes, with slicing the onions taking the most time.
Recently my husband and I were invited to friends of ours for dinner where we were served a delicious boneless pork chop entrée Baked Pork Chops with Bourbon Glaze.
The recipe begins by brining the pork chops from 15 minutes up to 8 hours; I did mine overnight and drained them in the morning. The simple brine is made up of water, kosher salt and 2 sprigs of fresh rosemary, which is optional, however, I had some in my cold frame.
A former teacher, shop-a-holic, empty-nester redefining quick, family approved dinners.