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Southern Chicken Fried SteakTurn inexpensive cubed steak into a crunchy, Southern classic! To create the irresistible chicken-fried crust, the meat gets dredged through seasoned flour, dipped in an egg mixture, then rolled in crunchy bread crumbs. It goes into a pan of hot oil for about 8 minutes. After you fry the steak, smother it in gravy that is made from the meat drippings.
Southern Smashed PotatoesThis recipe shares the secret for the tastiest mashed potatoes this side of the Mason-Dixon Line. Imagine a fluffy mound of mashed Yukon gold potatoes, infused with the complex flavors of sautéed onions and garlic. They get an ultimate creaminess from half and half, butter, and cream cheese.
Grandma's Stewed Collard GreensContemporary home cooks are discovering what Low-country cooks knew all along. Collard greens are delicious and healthy for you! They are a beloved staple on any country dinner table. In this recipe, the greens are stewed with sauteed garlic and onions, ham hocks and aromatic seasonings, with a just a touch of white wine. This dish is as easy as it is delicious.
Red Velvet CakeA sumptuous Southern feast always culminates with a yummy dessert. For this menu, serve your family the queen of southern desserts, a Red Velvet Cake. The base of this tempting version is a cake mix that you elevate with butter, cocoa, and red food coloring. Whip up the creamy frosting with powdered sugar, cream cheese, and butter.
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Check Out This Great Featured Menu: Orthodox Easter Brunch
This year, Eastern Orthodox Easter will be celebrated on Sunday, April 8th. It is the highlight of the Eastern church calendar, which ends the Lenten Fast. Everyone gathers with friends and family for sumptuous feasts, which usually includes a lamb dish. For dessert, Orthodox families share a sweet Paskha bread cake, baked with dyed Easter eggs. Consider some of these easy recipes for an Orthodox Easter brunch.