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Recipes

Taco Chili
Transform your regular chili experience with this delicious taco chili recipe. This highly adaptable dish is a breeze to prepare in a crock pot and shines whether made with ground turkey, chicken, or beef. The flavors meld even better when enjoyed the next day, whether served in a bowl or wrapped in a warm tortilla. Elevate your chili game with a twist of taco goodness!
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Easy Oven Round Roast
Have you ever wondered what to do with a round roast? Here is a simple recipe that is super tasty!
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Beef Cheek Vodka Bolognese
Beef Cheeks can be difficult to find at the store but are easily purchased at Wanda Farm. Many home cooks may not be familiar with cooking this cut. When cooked low and slow (or under pressure), Beef Cheeks are meltl-in-your-mouth tender and juicy. The meat is ideal for barbacoa (birria, tacos, burritos), stews, or soups.
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Roasted Pasture Raised Whole Turkey
If you've never experienced eating a pasture-raised turkey, you are in for a treat. They are nutrient-dense, lean, and delicious. Roasting a turkey can seem like a daunting task, but once you get one under your belt your confidence will quickly grow.
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Sweet Heat Chicken Wings
If you are looking for a quick dinner or fast game-day appetizer to serve to your hungry crew, these wings will satisfy with a little bit of sweet and a little bit of heat. If you have an air-fryer, they can be made in a third of the time (just 16 minutes) making them a great week day dinner option.
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Beef Rouladen
While it may not be a perfectly authentic German rouladen, this dish is delicious comfort food ideal for the cooler temps. The Austrian mother of an ex-boyfriend taught me to make this simple dish back in the 1980's. The mustard and bacon give the gravy a yummy bit of tang and smokiness. Making this in the electric pressure cooker easily saves 30-45 minutes. Give it a try and I bet your family will be asking for you to make it again and again.
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Chicken Cracklings
At our house, one of the most fought-after parts of a roasted Turkey or Chicken isn't the drumstick, wing, or breast. It's...the skin. Crunchy, crispy, and full of tasty spices, everyone is always grabbing for some of the prized skin during carving. Imagine my surprise when I found out I could get chicken skins from Wanda Farm. Chicken cracklings are simple to make and low in carbs. They can be eaten as a snack, or appetizer, or used to add some crunch to a salad or soup. I tested making the chicken cracklings in the air fryer and the oven. Both work pretty well, but I personally preferred the air fryer.
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Hungarian Goulash
When farmer Hannah asked for a recipe made with their pasture-raised cube steak, I immediately thought of Hungarian Goulash. This is my take on the Hungarian Goulash dish my mother made during our childhood. I have amped up the flavor by adding more spices than she used resulting in a delicious hearty, flavorful, and nostalgic comfort food dinner.
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Instant Pot Pork Back Ribs
With the temperatures rising, making ribs in an electric pressure cooker is faster and easier than heating up the house or standing over the grill for hours. Most people cook ribs low and slow in the oven, on the grill, or in the slow cooker. This recipe is made in the Instant Pot in half the time. A few minutes on the grill (or under the broiler) carmelizes the BBQ sauce for that delicious summer flavor.
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Herb Marinated Grilled Hanging Tender Steak
As the name implies, the hanging tender steak is a tender and flavorful cut of beef. According to the Food Network the hanging tender steak, "comes from the plate (belly - right under the ribs) of the cow or steer. It 'hangs' just below the animal's diaphragm." Because this muscle doesn't do much work, it is incredibly tender, as tender as beef tenderloin, and full of delicious flavor.
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Beef Enchiladas
Enchiladas are a Mexican dish traditionally made with corn tortillas, but my family also likes them with flour tortillas. The tortillas are filled with a variety of ingredients such as beans, rice, cheese, meat, and vegetables. Then they are rolled up and smothered with a red sauce and some shredded cheese. An enchilada sauce packet can be purchased and mixed with some tomato sauce, but those are loaded with preservatives and sodium. It only takes 5-7 minutes to make your own enchilada sauce with ingredients you likely already have in your pantry and spice cabinet.
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Asian-inspired Gourmet Beef Burger & Slaw
Burger season is right around the corner. Here is an Asian-inspired gourmet beef gourmet and slaw recipe you can make with delicious lean Wanda Farm ground beef. If you are looking for something a bit more traditional, check out our other gourmet beef burger recipe. To make summer meal prep easier, I like to double the ingredients and form and freeze the extra burger patties wrapped in parchment paper. Then pull out the number of patties needed and let them thaw overnight in the fridge so they are ready for grilling for dinner.
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