Use a very tender cut of pork for this Greek-style grilled entree. Marinate pork, onions and green peppers in an aromatic melange of lemon, olive oil, soy sauce, garlic and oregano. Thread onto skewers and grill.
First the ground beef is mixed with onion soup mix and formed into nice thick patties. Then shredded potato, Swiss cheese, and mushrooms are combined, stuffed into each patty, and sealed for a nifty surprise with that first bite.
This refreshing and simple pasta salad has marinated artichoke hearts, tomatoes, olives, onion, and carrots tossed with dry-type stuffed tortellini (the kind in the pasta aisle) in vinaigrette dressing.
Chicken breasts marinate overnight in orange juice, soy sauce, and lemon/lime carbonated soda. These are then grilled, cut into strips and mixed with lettuce, tomatoes, and mozzarella, and a tasty garlic infused lemon and oil dressing.
Bite-sized pieces of duck breast are marinated, then wrapped with bacon, and grilled for hearty appetizers. Use soy sauce for the marinade or track down Dale's Sauce, a savory, seasoning sauce with 11 spices. Adjust the recipe quantities for the amount of duck available.
This recipe uses canned chicken, but if you want to use leftover chunked chicken or turkey, it 's even better. A dab of sweet relish is a nice taste surprise, and we love the apples, pecans, and raisins. The creamy salad dressing finishes it off nicely.
This recipe is a great addition to beef roast or a grilled steak. It is easy, quick, and can be prepared in the time it takes the steak to be grilled, if need be. We were absolutely amazed when this recipe became a favorite of our 2 year old grand daughter!