The subject for day 3 of Countdown to 2013 hosted by Sno White over at Finding Joy in My Kitchen is main dishes. Since I only cook three nights a week due to my job, I tend to make roasts, casseroles, and one-dish meals so that hubby will have leftovers to fix on the nights I work. Here are several recipes I shared in 2012.
Pork tenderloin is a pork cut that I use often. I served this for our Valentine's Day dinner. It is a take-off of the apricot jam, Catalina dressing and onion soup chicken recipes. Hubby liked it a lot.
Sirloin tip roast is a beef cut that frequently appears on our table. This recipe makes a very flavorful roast.
This was for Crazy Cook's Challenge and was based on a recipe from Plain Chicken. It was a fun and different way to serve spaghetti which was enjoyed by all who ate it.
The original version of this recipe was my favorite meat loaf when I was a child. Now that I am using the Chinese 5-Spice I like it even better.
I like to make oriental food at home. Don't know why I don't have more posts of it. This is my adaptation of a recipe from Soupbelly.
Since we had our turkey dinner the night before, this is what my hubby and son got on Thanksgiving.
My new favorite pork tenderloin recipe, and the best meat photo I have taken all year.
Going back through my posts for 2012 reminded me of many recipes that I need to make again.
There is still time to join in the Countdown to 2013. Tomorrow is Snack and Appetizers and Sunday is Desserts.