The perfect family dinner. The hardest part will be peeling the potatoes.
Yukon Gold or Rustic Potatoes (skinned and quartered)
Salt and Pepper
Season the chuck roast with salt and pepper. You could marinate the chuck roast in the fridge for an hour to 24 hours but results are still delicious if you are making this meal same day and have no time for marinades.
Wash the potatoes under a cold tap, dry and peel.
Slice the potatoes diagonally into thick disks. Slice two more times until you’re left with four smaller pieces.
Pour a small amount of water into a baking pan, just enough to cover the surface of the pan. Line the pan with the quartered potatoes and finally set your roast in the center of the pan.
Cover the meat with aluminum foil and bake in the oven for 30 minutes at 350-375 degrees. Technically speaking, it’s 20 minutes per pound but if you buy your groceries like the everyday person, this will usually work out to cooking for an hour to 80 minutes.
At the 30 minute mark, remove the foil and continue to cook for an additional 30 minutes. The roast should come out medium rare with a light pink color. If you enjoy a well-done roast, cook for an additional 15 to 20 minutes at 375 degrees.
There you have it Roast and Potatoes. Enjoy!
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Uncle Matt will put your mom’s chicken parm to shame.
As far back as I can remember, my Uncle Matt has always been a king among chefs. He practices simple, easy to do recipes that leave you craving more. Now, for the first time ever, we want to share one of his crown jewels with you: a simple chicken Parmesan recipe that will satisfy the entire family!
-Four to Six Chicken Cutlets
-Breadcrumbs (I prefer San Giorgio brand)
-Fresh Sliced Mozzarella Cheese
-Tomato Sauce (dealer’s choice)
-Salt and Pepper
-Grated Parmesan Cheese
Brine your chicken a minimum of one hour.
Remove chicken from brine using paper towels to dry them off.
Butterfly the chicken and use a meat mallet to pound the chicken until it’s good and flat.
Crack the eggs in a bowl and whisk until the yolks are thoroughly beaten. Add a pinch to two pinches of the grated Parmesan to the egg mix, whisk one final time. In a separate bowl, combine the breadcrumbs with salt and pepper.
Prep your cast iron pan (or any regular pan), this way you can go from dredging directly to cooking.
One by one take your chicken cutlets and dredge them: dipping first in the yolk (allow the excess egg wash to drip back into the bowl before proceeding) and then the breadcrumbs and then place directly in the hot pan. If you flattened your chicken, the cooking process should take between 10 and 15 minutes.
There are two schools of thought when it comes to sauce: you could either cook the sauce in the pan with the chicken or cook it in a separate pot all together. If you choose the former, make sure the chicken has been flipped at least once on both sides. You want the chicken to be near done before adding the sauce to the pan since the sauce won’t need much time to heat up.
Add slices of mozzarella cheese last, allowing a few second for it to melt on top of the chicken before removing it from the pan.
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