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Recipes tagged with: sunday dinner

Asparagus Popover
  • Time: 20 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Asparagus Popover

My family loves popovers and I enjoy making them for them.  We all so the popover dance together.  I had some fresh asparagus and my Lodge Cast Iron pan was on the stove already to sauté them.  Last minute I decided to create a large popover and I was so happy that everyone just loved it.

I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as my family did!  xo Cindy

Note:  My pan is 12 inches and this recipe was developed to fit this pan.  I you have the 10 inch pan you will want to alter the recipe.

 

 

Nana’s Italian Pork Roast – Sunday Dinner
  • Time: 6 hours
  • Complexity: medium

Nana’s Italian Pork Roast – Sunday Dinner

My Nana loved Sunday dinners with the family. This was one of our favorites. We would get up early and start the sauce before church. Then when we got home the roast went into the sauce for the day. The tenderness of this roast is just amazing As a family that loved peas my grandmother added them right on the platter next to the roast covered in sauce. I am so grateful to have these amazing memories! Italian recipes are the best especially bringing families around the table.

My nana always made this dish on the stove top but I have found the slow cooker works great and I don’t need to worry about the stove being on all day! I will share my slow cooker recipe with you but if you want to make this on the stove – just keep in on low all day!

 

Risotto Primavera
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Risotto Primavera

Primavera is normally a pasta dish with spring vegetables.  I was at the farmers market this morning and picked up red peppers and had frozen peas and porcini mushrooms at home.  

This side dish was perfect with my leg of lamb roast I made for our Sunday dinner!

Enjoy

Stuffed Pork Roast
  • Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Stuffed Pork Roast

Are you looking for the perfect Easter dish?  Then head over to D&D Market in Hartford or Wethersfield, CT.  All of the ingredients for this amazing came from one store!  For this recipe you do need to butterfly the roast for stuffing.  I recommend you asking one of the nice gentleman behind the counter and they would be more than happy to assist and provide you with kitchen twine.

PS

If you want this a true Paleo recipe then omit the cheese but it's really good with it.  You decided...