This collection of main dishes is full of recipes ready to steal the spotlight. While some of these recipes come together quickly for a weeknight meal, others are a little more complex, perfect for holidays, date night, and entertaining at home. No matter what you are looking for this collection of show stopping main entrees is sure to include something for everyone.
These reader favorites are must reads! Panko Crusted Rockfish Fillets, hand breaded rockfish fillets that are lightly seasoned and oven fried. Both kids and adults love them. Bangers and Mash with Guinness Gravy, a British classic perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. Homemade Butternut Squash Ravioli, with handmade pasta this simple dish takes some advance planning, but it’s so worth it!
Beef tenderloin recipe with winter vegetables and sage brown butter sauce. Using the reverse sear method, it’s a Christmas Day show stealer.
Fire up the grill and get ready to elevate your next family celebration with this grilled steak featuring grilled peaches and grilled sweet onions topped with basil pesto and balsamic reduction.
Hazelnut crusted oven roasted turkey breast. With a thick, crunchy hazelnut crust and the flavors of garlic, parsley, sage, and orange, it’s like having your turkey and stuffing in one.
Panko crusted rockfish fillets are hand breaded and oven fried to the perfect golden brown on the outside with mild flaky fish on the inside. They make for an easy, but impressive dinner and even the pickiest palates will approve.
Tender, juicy filet mignon grilled to a perfect medium rare. Served with a fruity, herbal, peach mango cilantro sauce and tangy sweet grilled onions. This meal is sure to impress your guests.
Bangers and mash with Guinness gravy upgrades the classic combination of sausages and potatoes with a rich, flavorful Guinness gravy. This comfort food meal is delicious any day, but has become my go to meal for St. Patrick’s Day.
Take classic pork chops and applesauce to the next level with Oregon blackberries! Using frozen berries, oven roasted applesauce is pork’s perfect match.
Grilled maple mustard chicken is slightly tangy, slightly sweet, and a whole lot of yum. With two types of mustard for a balance of tang and sweet, this is a chicken that you’ll be marinating all summer long. Perfect for potluck parties, backyard BBQs, and summer get togethers.
One Pan Garlic Herb Chicken and Winter Vegetables. This simple but impressive family dinner is easy to prepare, quick to clean up, and a great way to start off your year with a tasty take on cold weather comfort foods.