Baked Mozzarella Crusted Chicken

Posted by wine & Spice on 6/7/2018 to Chicken & Poultry

I was in a hurry for a quick dinner tonight and wanted chicken. I also had some fresh mozzarella that I needed to use. I decided to bake the chicken with Johnny Pizza and then top with the mozzarella. The result was a wonderful tasting chicken, moist and very flavorful.

Johnny Pizza is another spice blend that is extremely versatile. It is hand blended with Mediterranean oregano, basil, garlic, onion, thyme, fennel seed, red bell pepper, crushed red pepper, parsley and marjoram. It is great to sprinkle on a pre-made pizza, fantastic in a sauce, or my personal favorite—bake it into a homemade crust! So good!

I served it with Italian Baked Rice. Another super simple recipe!

A glass of Chianti was delightful with these dishes.

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Chicken Caprese Salad

Posted by Wine & Spice on 6/15/2017 to Chicken & Poultry

Caprese Salad is one of my favorite summer dishes. Homegrown tomatoes and basil with fresh mozzarella, that is what I love!

My tomatoes are not quite ready yet so I made do with vine ripened tomatoes from the grocery store. Fresh mozzarella is a must, the drier aged version is not the same by a long shot. My basil however, is raring to go! I decided to make a salad today using these ingredients and paired with a chicken thigh layered with basil, tomato and mozzarella. Topped with a really great balsamic vinegar.

I used Buon Appetito to season my chicken. This wonderful salt-free blend is a balanced mix of Greek oregano, basil, marjoram, thyme, rosemary and sage. Perfect addition to tomatoes, tomato sauces, fish, poultry, meat and salad dressings.

A glass of slightly chilled Chianti is a perfect pairing with this dish.

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Brined Grilled Pork Chops

Posted by Wine & Spice on 6/12/2017 to Beef, Pork & Lamb

Pontiac Trail Pig Powder is one of our family’s favorite spice rubs. It makes any pork dish sing with flavor. Today I decided to brine my chops before grilling, and the result was an amazingly moist and tender pork chop with a ton of flavor!

Pontiac Trail Pig Powder is Memphis-style BBQ rub that is well balanced with sweet and hot components. It caramelizes beautifully. This award-winning rub has a history of first place winners in competition cooking. Ideal for pork chops, pork tenderloin and baby back ribs. Also great on chicken. We love it when used on pork tenderloin in the Crockpot. Just a little touch of heat. Hand blended from brown sugar, Kosher salt, California paprika, marjoram, sea salt, garlic powder, onion powder, yellow mustard, grains of paradise, sugar, chili powder, black pepper, rosemary, brown mustard, clove and allspice.

I served this with Grilled Mixed Veggies with Up North Grilling.

A glass of cold White Shiraz is a perfect pairing with this dish.

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It's All Greek Grilled Chicken and Radicchio

Posted by Wine & Spice on 5/25/2016 to Chicken & Poultry

I adore this time of year. It is warm outside and we want to eat healthier and lighter. This recipe is a play on a great dish by Tyler Florence. It is so light and refreshing, the roasted herb garlic dressing that accompanies this is absolutely fantastic! It is a great shade of green and oh-so good!

If you have never roasted your own garlic, you are in for a treat! It really mellows the flavor and and enhances the sweetness. So good you can just pop them in your mouth and enjoy by themselves. You can roast the garlic a day in advance if you wish. Just keep them in the fridge.

I used It’s All Greek to Me to enhance the flavors. This is hand blended from Greek oregano, onion powder, garlic powder, sea salt, black pepper, parsley, Korintje cinnamon and ground nutmeg. Also great as a dressing, on chicken, pork and fish. It brings out the Greek in you and the flavors of the Mediterranean into your home!

This pairs beautifully with a Mythos beer. Enjoy!

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Grilling - Burgers

Posted by Milford Spice Company on 6/2/2015 to Grilling Guide

A well grilled hamburger is pure summer heaven!  We will give you some great tips and tricks to make your next burger barbecue one to remember.

Most of us want a juicy burger.  Dripping on the chin, 3 napkin kind of a burger.  Please read on!

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Grilling - Pork

Posted by Milford Spice Company on 5/26/2015 to Grilling Guide

Pork is an inexpensive meat, available everywhere and soo delicious!  It is also lean and good for you.  It can be so incredibly juicy and flavorful, and unfortunately, if not cooked properly, can be dry, tough and flavorless!  We will give you some ideas to make the juiciest and most flavorful grilled pork!

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Grilling - Chicken

Posted by Milford Spice Company on 5/20/2015 to Grilling Guide

We love grilling chicken!  It is inexpensive, low fat, high protein, and can be prepared in soo many ways!  You can grill the breast, leg, the thigh (our favorite) and of course a whole chicken.  Chicken is used in all cuisines world wide, it is so versatile.

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Cooking/Grilling Temperature Guide

Posted by Milford Spice Company on 5/14/2015 to Grilling Guide
Printable Temperature Guide for your cooking and grilling so that you always keep your foods in a safe range.

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Grilling - Steak

Posted by Milford Spice Company on 5/13/2015 to Grilling Guide

Grilling season is quickly approaching!  It can be very intimidating to try cooking new things if you are unsure of the best way to do so.  To help, we put together a “How-To” for grilling many cuts of meat.

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Pontiac Trail Pig Powder Baby Back Ribs

Posted by The Spice Girl on 6/24/2012 to Beef, Pork & Lamb

The name?  People laugh.  The taste?  They love.  

It's a flavorful blend that most people like - nothing too crazy, and not too spicy. 
It's great for pork chops, pork tenderloin, baby back ribs.  

You can even use it in your Sloppy Joes (yum), or on grilled chicken.  We'll post some other recipes later.  But for today, delicious, fall off the bone ribs.  

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