If you have a ton of extra peppers like I do this year, you will Love this recipe!!!
Here's what you will need:
Jalapenos and/or banana peppers
Package of cream cheese
Package of shredded parmesan
Package of Italian sausage
Small container of sour cream
Package of dry ranch
A Pan (or two)
Pick (or purchase) some jalapeno or banana peppers.For this particular time I picked 22 jalapeno peppers and 13 banana peppers.
Next, cut them in half and de-seeded them. Be sure to wear gloves if you are dealing with jalapenos.
Then, mix together the stuffing:
One package of cream cheese
One roll of sausage (cooked)
One package of shredded paremsan cheese
Spray a little cooking spray on the pan and wipe it off with a paper towel. Then, time to start stuffing!! The stuffing mixture is sticky, so I usually get a little cooking oil on my fingers so it slides off my fingers in to the peppers.
Put them in the oven on 375 for 20 minutes or 350 for 25 minutes (depending on your oven). While they are cooking, mix the dry ranch packet in the sour cream container
to make the dip for the peppers.
When they are done, dip and enjoy!!! I hope everyone loves this recipe as much as my family and I do!
Here is what the steak should look like after it's seasoned.
Steaming the Asparagus.
If you love steak as much as we do, you probably eat it a lot. And why not? It's a fast, easy supper! You can make a steak dinner in 30 minutes!!! Now, I don't know about you, but I love to grill. I had a charcoal grill (which is fabulous if you have the time), and now I have a gas grill because it's so much faster!!!
Allow the steak to thaw to room temperature (takes about 30 minutes out of the fridge.) Fire up the grill and let it get hot while you season the steaks. If you have a gas grill, you should most likely turn it on low to medium. If it's charcoal, make sure the flame isn't too close to the steak.
Season the steak. I usually get a pan to put the steaks in if I don't marinate them over night. I pour some Dale's or Worcestershire sauce in the bottom of the pan and flip the steaks around in it a few times. Then I sprinkle a little Cavendar's (salt and pepper or Creole works too!) and Ground Cumin on each side.
Add the steak on the grill. Usually, if you cook the meat 4-8 minutes on each side, you will get the perfect steak. If you're not sure if it's done, use a knife to cut it open to see. Don't keep flipping the steak, or it loses the juiciness.
For this fast easy meal, I picked corn and asparagus from the garden to cook. Add the corn into a pot of boiling water and cook for 10-15 minutes. Garnish with butter, salt, pepper.
For this asparagus, I cut off the ends of the asparagus and cut the rest into 3 sections. Put them in a pot of boiling water for 10 minutes then steam them for an additional 10 minutes. Garnished with salt, pepper, butter, and a little garlic.
Voila! A fast easy yummy dinner for your family!!!