Quick & Easy #Crusted Recipes


Pank-Crusted Chicken Breast

By Debbie Deverill
Add a salad or rice or potato and you got a great meal.

Fried Cracker Crusted Snapper/Cubereta Empanisada Frita

By Juliann Esquivel
This fried snapper is light and crispy and delicious. My husband fillets the fresh caught Mangrove...

Dubliner Irish Cheese Crusted Fish

By Debbie Rohan
Everyone who has ever tried this dish just loves it. Even the non-fish eaters! Striped Pangasius...

Hashbrown Crusted Brunch Casserole

By Kathy Embry
The great thing about this recipe is you can change it up to your favorite ingredients!...

Coconut Crusted Salmon & Mango Salsa

By Ashley Burnam
We try to eat salmon twice a week so I'm always trying to mix up the...

Panko Crusted Pork Chops, Millie's

By Millie Johnson
These fry up so quick and the panko gives them that extra crunch! Panko is Japanese...

Parmesan Calamari Steaks

By Lou Kostura
These calamari steaks come out so tender you can break them with a fork. They are...

Sea Salt Crusted Baked Potatoes

By Sam & Kaye Allen
This is Kaye's recipe. It is quick and easy and by cooking the potatoes uncovered, the...
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Need an easy, flavorful, and family-friendly recipe? Look no further! These tried and true tender pork chop recipes are going to be regulars in your weekly meal rotation. Pair with your favorite mashed potatoes recipe and vegetables for an easy dinner recipe that the whole family will want seconds of!

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Wondering what to do with that bag of pretzels you impulsively purchased? We have the answer! From yummy homemade snack mixes to no-bake desserts to pretzel crusted chicken, you’re going to love these tasty recipes. Pretzels are a crunchy, slightly salty, and delicious addition to a variety of recipes, so let’s get cooking.

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Lasagna is popular around the world. There are varying opinions of its origin. Many think its infancy is in Greece stemming from the Greek word “laganon” which refers to dough cut in strips. Proud Italians believe it has its roots in Naples, Italy. Others claim the oldest written recipe was found in a British cookbook. […]