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After making the amazing Bacon & Blue Cheese Steak the other day, rather then just heat up the leftovers, I wanted to make something delicious and blog-worthy! Continuing on with the blue cheese and bacon theme, I settled on making a delicious steak salad with bacon blue cheese dressing for lunch!
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It was great! Fresh romaine lettuce, topped with tender steak and a tangy homemade blue cheese dressing made a refreshing, yet hearty lunch!
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Posted in Barbecue, Beef, Cheese, Dinner, Grilled, left overs, Lunch, Red Meat, Salad, Steak
Tagged Bacon, Barbecue, blue cheese, dressing, Grilled, leftovers, lunch, mayonnaise, recipe, Salad, sirloin, sour cream, Steak, tangy
A good friend at work always makes Greek Salad and I go all kindergarten on her and usually end up trading some of my lunch or flat out stealing some of her delicious greek salads she always makes. So I finally got the ingredients to make them myself. If you’re trying to up your veggie intake this is a great way to do so! So let’s get to the recipe (which yields about 2-3 servings of entree sized salads) Continue reading
Posted in Easy, Healthy, International Food, Just for Fun, Salad
Tagged cucumber, dressing, Feta, greek, olive, Salad, tomato
For my third sauce during my wing night I just used a previous recipe I created for barbecue ranch chicken wings here.
- 15-20 Chicken Wings
- 1 Cup Flour
- Salt & Pepper to taste
Barbecue Ranch Sauce
- 1 Cup Ranch
- 5 Tsp HP Sauce (Use whatever BBQ sauce you prefer)
- 1 Tsp Mustard
- 1 Tsp Tabasco
- 1 Clove of Garlic
Start preparing the chicken wings by preheating your oven to 400ºF then getting a large bowl with 1 cup of flour and adding your desired amount of salt and pepper (feel free to add other spices if you wish). First spray the chicken wings with a little PAM cooking spray which will help the flour stick to the wings. Once your wings are coated, dip them in the flour until they are coated and place them on a baking sheet covered with tinfoil. Once your oven has preheated, place the chicken wings on the middle rack and cook for 30 minutes then rotate the wings and cook for another 20-25 minutes.
While the chicken cooking, prepare your sauce. Mix everything together in a sauce pan/pot and cook it on medium-high for 5-10 minutes to let all the flavours mix together, then just coat your wings!
Posted in Barbecue, Chicken, Easy
Tagged baked, Barbecue, BBQ, Chicken, crispy, dressing, easy, Ranch, sauce, wings
I tasted this salad the other night while out for dinner at McNally Robinson’s restaraunt “Prairie Ink” (a great local place with great ambiance and occasionally vibrant live music) and decided that I had to try making it at home. After a quick trip to Sobey’s, I was armed with my ingredients and ready to recreate this delicious, fresh and light salad.
Posted in Healthy, Salad
Tagged Blue, cheese, dressing, Fancy, green, healthy, home, homemade, leaf, made, pear, pecan, quick, Salad, Vinaigrette
If anyone makes their own dressing, they know they’ll never go back to buying it bottled! And the best thing about homemade dressing or vinaigrettes? It’s INCREDIBLY easy.
Posted in Easy, Healthy, Salad
Tagged berry, blueberry, dressing, easy, fresh, healthy, home, homemade, made, quick, Salad, saskatoon, Vinaigrette