Easy Pan fried Pork Chops
Running short on time? Need a quick dinner full of flavor? Look no further than these easy pan fried pork chops! You’re going to need an easy 4 ingredients to whip these up: Limes, Pork Chop, Dan-O’s Spicy, and grapeseed oil. Simply marinate the pork chops in the lime juice and Dan-O’s Spicy and then pan fry. It’s that easy! Pair these pork chops with roasted brussel sprouts, green bean casserole, or smashed & mashed potatoes for a Dan-O-Myte dinner. The star of the show is Dan-O’s Spicy which imparts that Yum Yum Get Ya Sum you know and love and gives it a little kick of heat. If you want to try Dan-O’s Chipotle for a smokier bit of heat, or maybe Crunchy for a savory crunch to munch on, feel free!
With the warm weather brings BBQ, and that means you need some creamy coleslaw to go with it! Coleslaw like so many things varies from person to person, why this recipe may serve as the start for your coleslaw you will, envitebly, customize it to your liking. Wanna add some bacon? Why not! How about pickles? Nobody can stop you. Pineapple? Little weird but do you. Only you can decide what you want to add and do with your coleslaw! The term coleslaw came around in the 18th century from the Dutch term “koosla” which means “cabbage salad.”
Air fried Dry Aged Ribeye
Ready to meat your new favorite recipe? This air fried dry aged ribeye is a cut above the rest with its rich flavor and aroma, not to mention how tender of a cut it is. This is an easy way to cook up a dry aged ribeye with maximum flavor, it’ll be hard to make a mis-steak if you follow our instructions. You’ll get a whirlwind of flavor with this ribeye with the Dan-O’s coating of original, spicy, and crunchy!
Fried Deviled Eggs
Get ready for devilish decadence with these fried deviled eggs. Deviled eggs are already a mouthwatering staple of Southern cooking, but deep frying them adds a whole new dimension of flavor. Crispy, crunchy yet tender in the middle with the creamy spicy topping. Oh we’re getting hungry just thinking about it. An essential ingredient is the use of Panko breadcrumbs rather than regular. Panko is lighter, and flakier than regular breadcrumbs plus it absorbs less oil and grease. The end result is a not so heavy breading, or feeling from eating one too many.
BBQ Chicken Salad
There will be a queue for this BBQ chicken salad! This mouthwatering BBQ chicken salad is the perfect spring dish with how easy it is to make, perfectly grilled BBQ chicken, and fresh ingredients. This is a midwest influenced chicken salad with its fresh corn, black beans, avocado, red onion. Blue Cheese, bbq sauce, and buttermilk rank give an unforgettable salad dressing in every bite.This is such a hearty salad it’s perfect for lunch, or dinner but won’t be too heavy to enjoy the warm weather. You can easily customize this BBQ chicken salad to your liking, adding or removing ingredients to suit your taste!
Crunchy Chicken Breasts
Ready to munch on something crunchy with these crunchy chicken breasts? Dan-O’s Crunchy and coconut aminos are the star of the show of this simple dish. Coconut amino gives a salty-sweet taste with a smooth buttery finish that pairs perfectly with Dan-O’s Crunchy savory melody of flaky onion & garlic, and poppy & sesame seeds. You can cook these up in about 30 minutes or so, which is perfect for a quick weeknight dinner. Give these crunchy chicken breasts a try today!
Dan’s Southern Collard Greens
Well butter my buns, and call me a biscuit! It’s time for another Dan-tastic recipe with Dan’s southern collard greens. Southern collard greens are well a staple of Southern cooking, and for good reason. Well done collard greens are the stuff of legends, slightly bitter with a mellow and slight earthiness. This is often the dish that separates “real” Southerners from “wannabe”. If you cook a lot of fried chicken, corn pudding, fried green tomatoes and cheese grits but never touch the greens then you’d be doing a disservice to yourself. Dan’s Southern collard greens is one of the best versions, and you’ll be a bonfided Southern after just one bite.
Chipotle Margarita Chicken
It’s always 5 o’clock when you whip up this chipotle margarita chicken! This chicken offers a melody of fresh citrus with bright mango salsa that creates an unforgettable chicken dinner. Margarita mix can be store bought or homemade. Homemade sour mix is just a ration of 1 part lime/lemon juice or combination of both, and then 1 part simple syrup. The mango salsa has a great flavor but it can be hard to cut a mango. That’s where our man Dan’s mango hack comes in! Cut your mango in half, and use the edge of a point glass to scope the fresh mango out from the skin.
Rustic Sausage Breakfast Pie
Pie for breakfast? Not a far fetched idea with this sausage crust breakfast pie!