How is it already your turn again to host the family for Easter dinner? Don’t stress or sweat over the stove for hours. You have six more days to plan, so check out what Pioneer Woman has on her eggcellent menu.
Herb-Roasted Pork Tenderloin
Who decided a honey ham has to be served on every holiday? If you aren’t much of a ham eater, your taste buds will salivate at just the smell of this Herb-Roasted Pork Tenderloin. It’s hard to believe you can whip up this meat dish in just 20 minutes, which means you have more time to focus on all of your favorite side dishes and desserts. All you need is whole pork tenderloins, herb blend, preserves of your choice, water, salt and pepper, and vinegar to whip up this insanely delicious entrée.
Creamy Pasta Primavera
To compliment your herb-flavored pork tenderloin, you will crave something creamy and full of carbs. What better way to feed your Easter bunnies than with this Creamy Pasta Primavera? This homemade sauce is full of all of the good things in life, including heavy cream, garlic, butter, half-and-half, and more. Use cavatappi pasta to make a stunning plate or any of your favorite noodles will do.
Skillet Dinner Rolls with Garlic-Herb Butter
Holiday meals are the perfect excuse to carb up! That’s everyone’s favorite food group, right? No family meal isn’t complete without a bread option, and these Skillet Dinner Rolls drenched in garlic-herb butter take the cake. Although, be sure to allow three hours to make this recipe happen, or you will be running to the store to grab some rolls off the shelf.
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Honey Glazed Carrots and Parsnips
Every dinner plate is complete with some color, and this recipe for Honey Glazed Carrots and Parsnips are both stunning in color and delicious to taste. Who knows, after just one bite, everyone’s favorite dish might just be the veggies. All you need are peeled and cut up carrots, peeled and cut up parsnips, olive oil, kosher salt, black pepper, salted butter, fresh thyme, and honey. Pop them in the oven and prepare to be amazed!
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