Bacon has never been so easy! If you can read this recipe, you can cook perfect bacon. I have seen and tried many of the “easy”, “perfect”, “can’t miss” bacon approaches and this one is my favorite. Simple and foolproof!
What you do:
Sprinkle bacon with brown sugar or freshly ground black pepper before baking. Yum, yum!!
This is so easy. Three ingredients and you are done! Makes fries even yummier! Enjoy!!
Mix together and dip!
My grandmother had a special gift for cooking. I believe she could make shoe leather taste divine if she had to! My mother picked up her secrets and she definitely got the ‘cooking gene’! This is my grandmother’s special round steak recipe. It is one of the best steaks I have ever tasted. Enjoy!!
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
1 cup flour
Tex-Joy Steak Tenderizer
Lawry’s Season-All Salt
Garlic Powder, to taste
Pepper, to taste
Vegetable Oil, (about as much as you would use to fry chicken)
WHAT YOU WILL DO:
First, you will beat the steak with a hammer, not a mallet! Beat both sides until you can almost see through the steak. You will then season with the tenderizer, salt, pepper, and garlic powder both sides of the steak. Marinate for one hour. After marinating, you will dredge the steak in the flour on both sides. In a frying pan, let your oil heat up on medium high heat. Add your steak. There should be a slight sizzle. Fry on medium heat for about 20 minutes on each side or until it is brown and when a fork is inserted, no blood seeps out. You want your juices to run clear. Enjoy!
I took notes while I was on the phone with Momma today. This is haphazard but I will explain it the best way I can. Momma cooked steaks for Daddy and herself. Daddy was craving Maw’s ‘stove top’ steak. and her steak on the stove is the best I have ever had, hands down! She has been gone for over ten years and this is one thing I didn’t get to learn before she got sick. There are two steaks. A round steak cooked on top of the stove and a ‘flat iron’ steak cooked in the oven. I am going to give you the directions to the steak cooked in the oven first.
YOU WILL NEED:
Reynolds Wrap Grill and Oven Bags
meat tenderizer (Tex-Joy)
Lawry’s Season All Salt
1/4 cup water
purple onion (optional)
HERE IS WHAT YOU DO:
Season the flat iron steak to taste with the seasoning salt, garlic powder and the meat tenderizer on both sides and rub in well. Make sure you season the sides of the steak, as well. Marinate it for one hour. Put your steak in your grill bag and follow the directions on the package. Add purple onion to the top and cook in the oven on 425 for 20-25 minutes. Enjoy!
Oh, it is what’s for supper on a cold day! So easy, peasy!! Dump it in your crock pot and go. When you get back, dinner is easily served! Enjoy!!
3 14 oz. cans of chicken broth
1 can of cream of chicken soup
1/2 cup onion, chopped
1 Tablespoon butter
1 package cream cheese at room temperature (I even put mine in the microwave for 1 minute), not fat-free because it doesn’t melt
grated cheddar cheese
chopped green onion
In a crock pot, combine everything EXCEPT for the cream cheese. Cook for 6-8 hours on low heat. About 1 hour before serving, add room temperature cream cheese. Add a bit at a time and whisk it into the soup or it will be clumpy and not smooth. Serve with cheese, sour cream, bacon bits, and green onions. I serve this with crescent rolls. Enjoy!