Sunny's Favorite Recipes
Spicy Noodles for Steak
Cowboy Breakfast Skillet
Sunny's Banana Pudding
Baked Cheese Grits
Chocolate Chocolate Chip Muffins
Thai Peanut chicken with Coconut Pomegranate Rice
Mediterranean Roasted Chicken
Honey Parmesan Pork Loin
Honey Jalapeno Chicken
CV Peach Cobbler
Spicy Noodles for SteakThis is one of Robert’s favorite sides to go with a good steak. It’s easy to make and doesn’t take many ingredients.
Cowboy Breakfast SkilletThis is one of our favorite breakfasts! You can adjust the jalapenos to add more heat if you want to. They lose a little heat once they're cooked.
Sunny's Banana PuddingI researched all of the "best" banana pudding recipes all over the internet. They all called for instant vanilla pudding mix. Pudding mix has a very distinct taste and overshadows just about anything else it is combined with. I decided to alter Nana's chocolate pie recipe to make the base for the pudding. The result is honestly the best banana pudding I've ever had. If you are a fan of peanut butter, I encourage you to try it with the peanut butter pudding instead of the cream cheese. Both are definitely over the top!
Baked Cheese GritsI created this recipe for a trial run for breakfast at Camp Verde. They didn't make the menu, but were a hit with everyone on the staff! This is a VERY rich dish! I would recommend it for a holiday breakfast or a brunch.
Chocolate Chocolate Chip MuffinsThese are so so good! You can substitute the coconut oil with regular vegetable oil with no problem. You can also reduce the brown sugar depending on how ripe and sweet the bananas are.
NaanThis is the easiest naan recipe I've ever found. Once cooked, it should be eaten while it's fresh. Leftovers aren't very good. The dough freezes very well. Wrap in plastic wrap and freeze. To thaw, place on the counter for a couple of hours or in the fridge over night. It will likely bust out of the plastic wrap as it will rise again. Dough should be at room temperature before cooking for best results.
Thai Peanut chicken with Coconut Pomegranate RiceThis is our favorite Thanksgiving meal! It is warm and comforting, and very simple to make. You can use either canned coconut milk or a carton of unsweetened coconut milk from the dairy section.
Mediterranean Roasted ChickenThis is a great make ahead meal. Assemble everything and throw it into the fridge. When you're ready to cook it, just preheat the oven and throw it in. Great for when you have a busy day and don't feel like cooking! This is also a "company worthy" meal. It's pretty and comes together pretty easily. I had a next door neighbor ask Robert what I was cooking because she could smell it when it was in the oven - it smells and tastes that good! You can also make the spice blend and marinate cubed chicken in it. Thread the chicken and sliced lemon onto skewers and grill it until the chicken is done and the lemons are charred and crispy. This is very good!
Honey Parmesan Pork LoinThis recipe couldn't possibly be any easier! You can assemble it the night before, then put it on to cook while you're at work. You come home to the house smelling amazing and dinner waiting on you. I have also made sandwiches out of this - it's really good with pickles on top!
Honey Jalapeno ChickenThis is a great marinade! It makes good tacos, of just chicken to serve with rice and black beans. I usually cut chicken into strips so that it gets more surface area in the marinade. BE SURE THAT YOUR GRILL IS WELL OILED BEFORE YOU COOK THIS!! Because of the honey, this will make a pretty good mess on the grill. The honey caramelizes and likes to coat the grill. Delicious, but can make a mess if you don't prepare.
CV Peach CobblerThis was created to be served in a restaurant, and was wildly popular with the diners. I promise, the recipe works as it is supposed to. Do not mix the peaches into the batter - it will screw the recipe up. If you want to substitute fresh peaches, use 6 cups, sliced.
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