Apple pancake can be served with maple syrup or crème fraîche, but this recipe is so yummy that all it really needs is a dusting of confectioners’ sugar, a knife and a fork! This can be served as a sweet accompaniment to a savory breakfast, or as a dessert with your favorite ice cream or caramel sauce.
Poblano peppers, used in the sauce for these pork chops, are a mild chile pepper that originates in Mexico. These peppers impart subtle heat rather than make a bold statement. The dried version of poblano pepper, ancho chile pepper, is often ground and used as a spice. The stuffing is made from cornbread and sausage. This recipe could also be made using boneless, skinless chicken breasts in place of the pork chops.
By Chef Levon Wallace from Broad Varieties
“Utilize your cast iron skillet! I’m obsessed with many things…pizza, cast iron cookware, and the Big Green Egg being a few of them. With its crispy, cheesy, charred crust and a tender pillow-like interior, it’s hard to not want to make this pizza every weekend (cheat meal, am I right?)” – Chef Levon Wallace
Haricots verts are smaller and thinner than most American green beans, and they also tend to be a little more tender. These delicate beans can be served at an elegant dinner, either as an appetizer or as a side. If you can’t find haricots verts, American-size green beans are an acceptable substitute.