We hope you all have a very Merry Christmas! David and I were able to spend it with family and had some much-needed time off from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Today, we are excited to share with you The Mountain Kitchen’s Best Recipes of 2016!
The end of the year is a time of reflection and we wanted to see the most popular recipes we have posted from The Mountain Kitchen. Without further ado, let’s see what your favorites were.
Here are The Mountain Kitchen’s Best Recipes of 2016:
If you love to camp, this Camper’s Breakfast Hash is perfect for your next camping trip. Start your day off right, with an easy-to-make recipe that combines breakfast favorites; shredded hash browns, breakfast sausages, cheese, and eggs into a one-pan wonder. It can be opened on an open fire or you can enjoy the comfort of your own kitchen as we did. (April 2016)
Get those chips ready for dipping! Served smooth or chunky, this guacamole gets added flavor from ground cumin and a little bit of heat from cayenne pepper. It’s flavorful, clean and healthy. (June 2016)
Easy-baked Mahi Mahi is oven-baked enclosed in a packet that locks in moisture and flavor cooked with potatoes, onions, lemon, slices, and bacon. (August 2015)
Bagels and lox is a simple sandwich made with chewy bagels smeared with a layer of cream cheese, capers, tomatoes, and onion. (July 2015)
I have mastered it into a quick easy weeknight meal. Not only is it crock-pot friendly, but it now is a freezer friendly meal just waiting to happen. (June 2015)
This Mustard-Maple Pork Ribeye Roast is a tender, oven-baked pork roast finished with a sweet and sour mustard-maple sauce poured over. It is simple to make and your family and friends will think you slaved in the kitchen all day on this roast. (April 2014)
#4 Cheese and Bean Enchiladas
These homemade cheese and bean enchiladas are filled with beans and cheese then smothered in a robust enchilada sauce made from scratch. (April 2014)
This applewood smoked turkey breast is rubbed with a blend of warm spices and smoked over a bed of coals and applewood. It is moist, tender and delicious. (March 2016)
Sexy Pork Chops are smothered in a wonderful zesty sauce made of white wine, chicken broth, and garlic then finished off with lemon and fresh herbs. (June 2013)
The goal to a well-smoked beef brisket is a thick moist slab of meat, a crusty “bark”, a vivid smoke ring, and meat so smokey, it puts you in a food coma. Learn David’s 10 Steps to Smoking The Perfect Beef Brisket. (July 2015)
We’re so glad you enjoy our recipes and hope we can bring you more tasty recipes in 2017.
Happy New Year Everyone!