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Dinner Recipes

Pork Chop and Waffle Sandwiches

Forget about chicken and waffles - try pork chops and waffles! This recipe comes to us from the Pork Council and we're in love with it. Whether you eat this sandwich for breakfast, brunch or brinner (that's breakfast for dinner for those unaware of the term), this Pork Chop and Waffle Sandwiches with Maple Gravy is sure to please. Between the breaded pork chop, bacon and maple gravy, there are just so many delicious elements to the recipe that's it's sure to please everyone. What's your favorite part of this recipe? Let us know in the comments below and thanks again to the Pork Council for putting this recipe together!

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One Pan Pork Chops and Vegetables

Roasted Pork Chops and VeggiesWe all love one pot recipes - they make cleaning up a breeze - but our One Pan Pork Chops and Vegetables recipe takes the convenience to a new level! With this easy recipe, all you have to do is season pork chops and prep veggies then lay them on a sheet pan to roast. Roasting in the oven will perfectly cook the pork chops and give delicious caramel flavors to the vegetables. To clean up, all you need to do is throw out the foil you put on your sheet pan! It's an easy, delicious and quick way to enjoy dinner. We used carrots and Brussels sprouts for this recipe, but you can substitute other vegetables that can be roasted, like potatoes. Enjoy!

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Shepherd’s Pie

Who said a pie needs to be sweet? Enjoy this savory pie made of meat and vegetables with a crust of delicious mashed potatoes! Traditionally made with lamb, we're using ground sirloin instead, although you can definitely make this recipe with lamb, if you prefer. This dish is also a great way to use up left over beef roasts. Just cut up the hunks of cooked beef into small pieces and use that meat instead of ground sirloin. The possibilities for this dish are almost limitless - we'd love to hear how you tweak our Shepherd's Pie recipe to make it your own. Let us know in the comments below!

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Slow Cooker Moroccan Lamb Stew

Middle Eastern cuisine frequently features lamb and this Slow Cooker Moroccan Lamb Stew recipe show off the best of lamb flavor! We've adapted this recipe from the American Lamb Board to use lamb stew meat and a seasoning blend to make it super simple for you to make at home. The base of the recipe and the picture are theirs - and boy does it look yummy! Try this recipe and expand your culinary horizons! Do you have a favorite lamb stew recipe or did you make any changes to this recipe? Let us know in the comments below, we'd love to hear them!

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Reuben Casserole

Reuben CasseroleCorned Beef is delicious, but if you get a full Corned Beef Brisket, you're going to have lots of leftovers! You probably don't want to eat Corned Beef and Cabbage for a full week, so here's a great way to use some left over Corned Beef - our Reuben Casserole recipe. This casserole takes your favorite Reuben sandwich flavors and puts them into a hearty casserole. Combine the ingredients, bake and enjoy a completely delicious dinner made from leftovers. If you like, you can customize this recipe by using Potatoes O'Brien for more flavors in the casserole, or by upping the cheese or Thousand Island dressing. The possibilities are almost endless. Let us know how you modified this recipe in the comments below!

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Corned Beef Tacos

Corned Beef TacosLots of people enjoy Corned Beef on St. Patrick's Day but have lots of leftovers they don't want to eat with Cabbage! Here's a delicious and easy way to use up your leftover Corned Beef - make Corned Beef Tacos! This recipe uses already cooked Corned Beef, a homemade Jalapeno Cabbage Coleslaw, as well as Swiss Cheese and Thousand Island dressing. The result is a delicious take on a taco that may make it into your regular Taco Tuesday lineup! What are your favorite ways to enjoy leftover Corned Beef? Let us know in the comments below and search for more Corned Beef recipes on the site!

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Cajun Blackened Chicken

Cajun Blackened ChickenOur Cajun Blackened Chicken recipe has it all! It's easy to make, quick to make, healthy and, most importantly DELICIOUS! Watch our short recipe video below and you'll see for yourself. We love the flavor crust that is quickly seared on the outside of the chicken and then we keep the chicken from drying out by finishing it in the oven. We kept a Cajun flavor to this recipe by serving the chicken with a batch of rice with fresh veggies and a side salad. You get bonus points if you serve it with Dirty Rice! What do you think of this recipe? What's your favorite Cajun inspired side? Let us know in the comments below!

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Irish Lamb Stew

Irish Lamb StewThe Irish are known for their hearty, filling meals, and this Irish Lamb Stew recipe will definitely fill you up! Made with just a few simple ingredients, and very easy to prepare, this recipe is a good way to try lamb for the first time, or to enjoy on St. Patrick's Day if you're not feeling Corned Beef! While we make this recipe on the stovetop, you can also brown the lamb and then add all the ingredients to a slow cooker and let it cook for 8 hours on low. If you like, you can use 1 cup of Beef Stock and 1 cup of Guinness Beer, or you can omit the 1 pound of lamb shank and use an extra pound of lamb stew meat. Do you have a great Irish recipe? Let us know in the comments below, we'd love to hear your tips!

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Cajun Pizza

Sliced Cajun PizzaThis was one of those recipes we weren't sure how well it would work out. The concept sounded good, because we love Cajun food and we love pizza. Surely the two could combine into one harmonious whole, right? We'd start with Golden Home thin crusts, add pizza sauce and then the Cajun Holy Trinity of vegetables - onion, green pepper and...celery. We'd never had celery on a pizza before, would that even taste good? Then we'd add our signature Smoked Andouille Sausage, Mozzarella Cheese and Old Bay Seasoning. Would the cheese drown out the Andouille Sausage? Was the Old Bay the right seasoning or should we go with Cajun? Well, after anxiously waiting while the pizza was baking, we got the answer - THIS IS A DELICIOUS PIZZA! Celery is absolutely wonderful on pizza (just make sure you slice it thin so that it bakes), the flavor of the Andouille shone through and the Old Bay gave the pizza just enough flavor without overpowering the Andouille's Cajun flavor. This pizza has a bit of kick when you eat it, but not too much. If you'd like to up the spiciness, try using Pepper Jack cheese instead of Mozzarella, add Tabasco sauce to the pizza or use Cajun seasoning instead of Old Bay. What do you think of this pizza? Let us know in the comments below and enjoy!

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Garlic Butter Pork Tenderloin

Our Garlic Butter Pork Tenderloin recipe is an easy dinner recipe that only takes one dish to bake in your oven at home! This healthy meal feeds a family of four easily or can be cut in half to make a delicious meal for two. We use melted butter and a house made garlic seasoning to make the garlic butter tenderloin, but you can also use a preseasoned garlic butter pork tenderloin instead. The recipe was a big hit at our house for its rich flavors and how great it smelled while it was baking. Did you make any modifications to the recipe? Let us know in the comments below, we'd love to hear them!

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