One of our favorite products we sell is our Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin! We’re very excited about this recipe by Lena Burkut of way2goodlife.com! Be sure to check out the handling tips under the recipe. Pin it here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/515802963550150372 Frozen Bacon Wrapped Pork … Continue reading
We looked on Pinterest for the ultimate quick and easy recipe to use some Zaycon Fresh Wild Sockeye Salmon with. We chose to re-pin Baked Salmon with Garlic and Dijon by Natasha, author of natashaskitchen.com and use the recipe for our YouTube series called “You[‘re] Pinterest[ing]”!
We did add a small twist, instead of baking our salmon we smoked it and added a fresh beet salad with walnuts and feta cheese! …and of course Fresh Wild Sockeye Salmon! The results were over the top DELICIOUS!
So here you go…see delicious!
Nothing says “burger” like Zaycon Fresh 93/7 Lean Ground Beef rubbed with secret spices and grilled to perfection. Topped with garlic herb cheddar, honey habanero mayo, grilled onions, and shrimp, these Surf n Turf Burgers deliver tons of flavor in every bite. Check out this amazing recipe by sugardishme.com
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Why we like this burger:
- Easy to prepar
We looked on Pinterest for the ultimate quick and easy recipe to use some Zaycon Fresh Chicken with. We had to re-pin oven Fajitas by Beth Moncel, author of budgetbytes.com and use the recipe for our new YouTube series called “We tried it from Pinterest“!
We did add a small twist, instead of using a conventional oven we chose to try this one on the pellet grill and of course Zaycon Fresh Chicken! The results were over the top DELICIOUS!
So here you go…see delicious!
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How about Zaycon Fresh Ribs complimented with Chicken Soup for the Soul Honey Mustard BBQ sauce? It’s National Grilling Month! I really cant think of a better way to celebrate.
“Since Zaycon Fresh has teamed up with Chicken Soup for the Soul I used their Honey Mustard Barbecue Sauce on the ribs. I started them in an oven preheated to 250°.”
So what are you grilling next?
It’s Cinco De Mayo and we have an easy dinner idea for you. My kids loved it and I don’t think I will buy tortillas from the store ever again!
Tortillas are easy to make, so I really wouldn’t call it a recipe. You don’t need fancy tools and they only have 5 ingredients, so you know whats in them.
This recipe makes about 14 tortillas.
You will need:
2 3/4 cup of flour
1 teasp baking soda
1/2 teasp salt
1/3 cup vegetable oil
3/4 cup warm water
Mix the dry ingredients together and then add the oil and water and mix until it forms a ball. You can divide your dough into small 1 1/2 inch balls or you can just pinch off pieces as you go.
Warm a skillet to a medium heat.
Roll your dough ball out on a lightly floured surface until its flattened. You don’t want to stack your uncooked tortillas or they will stick together, so I roll as I go. Cook your tortillas until they start to bubble a little and then flip. They don’t take long to cook and will brown slightly.
Thats it. So easy.
Top with your favorites, we like to use Zaycon Fresh chicken with Spiceologist Chile Margarita rub, and a little pico de gallo with avocado. Its a quick meal with lots of flavor. My kids love it with a little bit of ranch drizzled on top.
For a few other Cinco de Mayo recipes, visit our Pinterest board.
While making WAY too much french toast for my family this morning, I decided there had to be some way I could use the extra slices. I love a good monte cristo sandwich, and well, this is a quick cheater version. With a few ingredients I had in my fridge and cupboard and the leftover french toast, I was able to pull off a sandwich that even my kids loved. With the Zaycon ham deliveries happening right now, this is a great option to change-up just eating ham next to a vegetable and side dish. Since Zaycon ham is boneless, you can slice it thin and its perfect for this recipe. I used some ham, swiss cheese, a little mayo, some powdered sugar and/or jam.Spread a little mayo on both sides of the french toast, then add your swiss cheese and sliced ham. I heated a skillet just hot enough to melt the cheese and warm up the monte cristo. I didn’t think the sandwich needed the jam since I sprinkled it with powdered sugar, but either way, its so good. Its great for a breakfast, brunch or lunch! There is a little sweet and salty action going on here. The mayo gives it a bit of a creamy and delicious flavor as well. For some other recipes using our ham, check out these blog post here, here and here! You can go here to order any of our great products. What is your favorite ham recipe? If you tag @zayconfresh on any social media, we might just share your photo!
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For this classic dish, we are going to need a considerable amount of pent-up frustration to pound out Zaycon chicken breasts, so it’s perfect for a weeknight dinner! Rough day at work? Perfect. Did the kids paint the dog? Even better! Partner has anger management issues? THE BEST – have him do it!
Next, you’ll want to butterfly the thick part of the breast to approximate the thickness of the thinner area. This might take two cuts.
Between two layers of plastic wrap, place the chicken sprinkling a bit of water between the chicken and the plastic wrap. This will help the chicken move and slide a bit during the gentle slams.
Grab your whacker implement and have fun. You’re going to try and get these to be as thin as possible – like 1/8” to ¼” in thickness. The thinner they are the better your result will be.
Brush the chicken with Dijon mustard, then place sliced ham and then cheese of your choice. Traditional cheese to use here is Swiss, I like gruyere too. If you want a really nice, long, stringy melty one, provolone would be great. Roll them up, tucking in the sides as you go to form a chicken burrito-looking roulade.
Put this in the fridge for 30-60 minutes or more. This will firm up the chicken making it super easy to pan fry. Dip your chicken roll, first, into flour, then into an egg bath and then in bread crumbs. I used just regular bread crumbs here, but you can use panko if you like.
In a large skillet, add a tablespoon or so of olive oil and equal amount of butter. Pan fry each side for a couple of minutes, then into a 350 pre-heated oven for 20 minutes or so, when they are done, they will want to sit and rest for 4 minutes or so.
Get ready for the compliments.