Lovely cinnamon rolls with a gooey pecan topping. This is an Stougaard old family favorite. Not the easiest to make, but well worth the trouble. Gooey and sweet. Best eaten fresh from the oven. I usually double the recipe because if you go to the trouble to make yeast rolls – make lots.
A whole sweet onion is cored, then filled with a beef bouillon cube and butter before being wrapped in foil and grilled. The butter and beef flavoring combine with the sweet onion for a surprisingly delectable side dish.
The perfume of cardamom permeates these whipped sweet potatoes garnished with thinly sliced fried shallots.
My boyfriend flipped over these. They are easy enough that you can add or skimp on ingredients and they are virtually fool proof. Add more sweet or spicy ingredients at your leisure. This is a surefire hit!
Honey, butter, and brown sugar combine to make baby carrots irresistible!
Grilled chicken wings get zapped with a mighty hot sauce made with Louisiana-style hot sauce blended with butter, honey, and cayenne.
First the fresh berries are tossed in brown sugar and then they ‘re sprinkled with balsamic vinegar and black pepper. Trust us, you will absolutely love it. An amazing taste treat for four.
An easy-to-make marinade enhances broiled salmon with the sweet-spicy flavors of brown sugar, soy sauce, olive oil, lemon juice, red pepper flakes, garlic and onion powders, and fresh cilantro.
Our family loves this meatloaf! It’s covered with a tangy sweet and sour sauce made on the stove. It is very good!
This hearty vegetarian chili includes roasted sweet potatoes and black beans, along with spicy, flavorful seasonings such as chili powder, jalapenos, and cocoa powder.