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Mexican beef ribs

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I got this recipe from my sister, she previously made it before and it tasted awesome!

I decided to give it a try by myself and it came out pretty good! yum! Definitely worth a try, it wasn’t as difficult as I thought. I roasted some asparagus on the side. I just added some oil, salt and black pepper to the asparagus and through it in the oven with the short ribs for the last half an hour.

http://www.recipetineats.com/fall-apart-mexican-beef-ribs/

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The way to a man’s heart, meat and potato

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Drizzle a hot pan with a couple tablespoons of oil.

Add in the Italian sausages and sear on all sides.

While that cooks, dice up a couple of potatoes.

Add the diced up potatoes to the pan and season with salt, black pepper and garlic powder.

At this point in time, I’ll add some chicken broth to help both sausages and potatoes get cooked thoroughly. Usually takes about twenty minutes, depending on the size of the diced up potatoes.

You can add in some frozen vegetable and allow it to finish coming along with the potatoes and sausages.

Enjoy!

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Sauteed kielbasa with broccoli and potatoes

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One of the easiest and fastest dinners ever! Since the kielbasa is already cooked, you just need to reheat it.

Oil is not needed since the kielbasa has with oil in it. Sautee it in a pan until it’s nice and crispy. Add in your favorite vegetables. I love that frozen mixed vegetables. Than season it with salt, black pepper and red chili flakes (if You like spice!)