If you love chicken sliders on Hawaiian rolls, you will adore these garlic parmesan chicken sliders!
Tender pan-seared chicken smothered in a homemade garlic parmesan sauce then topped with melty cheese and added to toasted King’s Hawaiian dinner rolls along with crispy bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayo.
Sliders are one of the most requested recipes for game days, gatherings, cookouts, holidays, etc. Chicken sliders are so popular even for the pickiest eaters and it’s even easier that they are handheld and snack-sized. So you can make them a full meal, or just have one or two.
Air fryer steak skewers are smothered in a homemade garlic parmesan butter and prepared in an air fryer for extremely tender juicy steak.
If you’ve recently tried my garlic parmesan chicken skewers, you are going to be head over heels for their sister version – these cajun garlic parmesan air fryer steak skewers.
This steak is seasoned up with a cajun seasoning then seared on the outside and super tender and juicy on the inside. Cooking steak in the air fryer couldn’t be easier and it makes a dinner the whole family will love. Of course, if you don’t have an air fryer, I have listed instructions for how to make these in the oven, on the grill, or on the stove.Continue Reading…
Looking for the best Labor Day food ideas? I have some unique recipes to share if you have had your fill of the usual burgers and hot dogs this summer.
I always think of Memorial Day as the kick-off of the summer season and Labor Day earmarks the end of summer festivities. It can feel a little sad to say good-bye to summer (although we can still enjoy nice weather for another 6-10 weeks depending on where you are located) but sadness aside, we get to welcome in fall!
Let’s make the most of this end of summer era with some incredible Labor Day recipes for your Labor Day cookout. Most of these recipes are focused on grilled recipes and smoker recipes, but I’ve also included air-fry friendly recipes as well. Continue Reading…
Garlicky homemade alfredo sauce oozes out of these crisp, buttery and pillow-soft air fryer calzones.
These chicken alfredo calzones make a fantastic snack, appetizer, game day food or dinner!
I originally created this recipe back in 2020 after trying these on the seasonal menu at Olive Garden. In my original recipe, I deep fried these, which were delicious but not as realistic for most people. Deep frying isn’t the most convenient option and air frying is certainly better for a few reasons.
The only downside to this recipe is the urge to dive in before they cool off in the center. Guaranteed your impatience will result in burning your mouth with the molten alfredo inside – don’t say I didn’t warn you 🙂Continue Reading…
You can find Bourbon Chicken at you nearest mall food court or asian takeout restaurant. Oddly enough, this dish does not taste like bourbon or have any bourbon in it. The name derives from Bourbon street in New Orleans where this chicken dish was invented.
Looking for a delicious and easy slider to serve at your next gathering that’s different from the norm? These Alabama White Chicken Sliders are perfectly seasoned and smothered in a zingy white barbecue sauce, then topped with pickles and shredded lettuce.
For a simple, quick and easy take on pizza try this BBQ Chicken French Bread Pizza recipe.
Crusty French bread topped with two varieties of barbecue sauce, grilled chicken, crispy bacon, red onions, lots of mozzarella cheese and baked until cheesy, gooey perfection. Then it’s finished off with cilantro.
Yes, are extremely easy to make in an air fryer and yes, you can make these keto-friendly! Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites are stuffed with cheddar cheese and parmesan, tossed in a spiced-up brown sugar mixture and then air fried until the bacon is crisp. The chicken on the inside stays so juicy and tender from being blanketed by the salty bacon and a center of gooey cheese. My favorite part is that you can dip them in ranch dressing and it’s a cheddar-bacon-ranch symphony of flavors.
Have you ever tried Chicken Tinga before? It’s a smoky Mexican tomato sauce made to braise your chicken in until it’s tender and easily shreds with a fork. This easy Instant Pot Chicken Tinga is one of my favorite versatile chickens to make for all my Mexican cuisine, from burritos to nachos and everything in between.
One of my favorite versions are these Chicken Tinga Quesadilla Tacos where the chicken is sandwiched between two cheese-stuffed pan fried tortillas and smothered in my homemade avocado-poblano sauce.
This avocado-poblano sauce is a cross between a salsa verde and guacamole. Equally as tart and tangy as it is creamy and subtly spicy. This is a unique sauce that’s as addictively delicious on tacos as it is for dipping your tortilla chips in. It pairs wonderfully with these halibut fish tacos as well.