These beer braised sausages are so good and extra juicy, and absolutely easy to make! The only things you need are your preferred sausages and beer, and a probe thermometer. The sausages are slowly baked, then re-hydrated into a beer infusion. Simple and tasty!
Fried sage is an appetizer I particularly love: easy, quick, and tasty! The batter I use is a classic Italian plus a few spices to improve flavor and color. I listed below my favorite spices, but feel free to experiment your favorite seasoning. The only rule is: once ready serve as soon as possible!
Beer batter is a simple mix to fry vegetables and seafood. It does not require any eggs or dairy products: vegan and tasty! This mixture will make your deep-fried recipes light and crispy. The beer batter basic recipe needs just flour, beer, olive oil, and salt; but, depending on the recipe, I love adding some spices like turmeric, cumin, or paprika.
Honey Mustard Chicken thighs is a very popular recipe. Everyone has his own version! Here my way with juniper berries, bay leaves, carrot sticks and snow peas. Considering the sweetness of the honey, the right amount of chili pepper helps to balance the final taste.
This BBQ pork fajitas recipe is great for a feast with friends! I love this easy dish, it does at your barbeque a South American touch. Just marinate the meat a few hours in advance with lime juice, Mexican amber beer, herbs and spices. When the time comes, bring with you marinated pork in a cooler and grill it along with mixed bell peppers!
These Sauteed shrimps are very easy to prepare, and tasty! I love serve them as appetizer, but they are great also as a snack, paired with beer or white wine. Furthermore, the sauteed shrimps are perfect for flavorful salads or sandwiches.
How is the weather where you live? Currently, out from my window I can see a lot of snow! Against this cold, I decided to cook some flavorful braised sausages with green lentils. Roasted sausages are perfect with the flavor of the legumes. The beer I used to braise the meat chip in to make the taste of this recipe bold, but this recipe is great even without alcohol!
Today, we prepare a dish witch recalls green meadows, steel skies, and Irish pubs: the braised pork ribs with Guinness beer! The preparation of this dish is not difficult, but quite long. Like all slow cooking recipes, however, it will give you much satisfaction and will warm your guests during these early winter days.