Gina Young is a celebrity chef married to a millionaire. In an earlier video she mentioned how within 8-9 months of cooking online for their relationship they were able to purchase a house together.
She also writes books exploring cities all over the world and crafts recipes specifically tailored for children. All of her cookbooks have made the New York Times best-seller list.
Herb-Roasted Salmon with Lemon-Herb Vinaigrette
Perfectly cooked salmon requires basting it with an oil and lemon mixture before roasting quickly at high heat. In this recipe, aromatic herb vinaigrette adds Mediterranean flair for every tasty bite of this delectable meal.
This flavorful sauce pairs perfectly with grilled fish or can even be spooned onto eggs for breakfast, spread on toast cheese sandwiches or drizzled over vegetables steamed from your stove. Plus, its easy preparation!
To create the herb sauce, combine vinegar, mustard, garlic, herbs and oil in a bowl or liquid measuring cup and slowly whisk until combined (or use a stick blender). Place salmon fillets on foil-lined baking sheets with seasoning of your choice before brushing each fillet with one tablespoon of the herb sauce brushed onto it before placing into oven for 12-15 minutes until fish flakes easily with fork testing; remembering to opt for wild salmon which contains omega-3 fatty acids that help reduce inflammation and lower blood pressure!
Roasted Beets with Goat Cheese
Beets and goat cheese have become an iconic duo for good reason; its creamy, tangy cheese balances earthy root vegetables’ natural sweetness beautifully. But this recipe goes further by including Middle Eastern flavors such as pomegranate molasses and Aleppo pepper to create an irresistibly bright citrus salad that everyone will adore!
Roasting beets in foil packets is not only an efficient and fast way of cooking them quickly, but it makes checking their doneness effortless; simply open one of the packets, stab a beet with a knife, and you know they’re done!
Roasted beets are combined with arugula, buttery manchego cheese, fresh strawberries, avocado and crunchy pistachios before being finished off with crumbled goat cheese and preserved lemon vinaigrette for a delicious salad that you can divide among 4 plates to serve immediately with any extra dressing passed separately for easy access. Nutritional information will automatically calculate but may differ slightly based on which ingredients you select – use as guidance only! Nutritional calculations provided as guidance only!
Garlic-Roasted Pork Chops with Red Wine Sauce
This dish incorporates all of the pantry items available to you into a delicious comforting meal that’s ideal for an autumn night. Young suggests taking out your pork chops from the refrigerator twenty minutes prior to cooking them so they cook more evenly.
Heat oil and two tablespoons of butter over medium high heat in a large skillet, season both sides of your pork chops with salt and pepper before searing them for around one minute per side in order to sear them and set aside.
Bachtell-Shelbert notes that this recipe was inspired by The Pioneer Woman’s pork chops with garlic wine sauce recipe; she used white wine in place of red and replaced some of the vinegar with half and half (you could also opt for heavy cream instead if preferred).
Reduce heat and simmer until pork chops are cooked thoroughly, approximately ten more minutes. Serve pork chops drizzled in garlic wine sauce!
Herb-Roasted Pork Tenderloin
This simple pork tenderloin dinner deserves to be part of everyone’s repertoire! Not only is it perfect for company, but you can make it quickly in less than one pan for an easy weeknight meal that is both AIP- and Paleo-compliant!
This herb-crusted pork is both simple to make and extremely impressive in flavor! Simply high temperatures combined with rolling herbs creates an infusion of herbaceous, savory goodness into each bite – perfect for serving alongside Hasselback Potatoes or Roasted Cauliflower and Broccoli for example!
To create this herb-roasted pork tenderloin, mix garlic, rosemary, thyme and mustard powder in a gallon-size resealable plastic bag before adding pork tenderloin and sealing for overnight in the refrigerator. After marinating is complete, pat dry with paper towel before seasoning with salt and pepper before searing on medium-high heat in a skillet on medium heat to golden brown color before moving it to oven until the temperature reaches 145F before resting 10 minutes before cutting and serving! This Herb Crusted Pork Tenderloin will melt-in-your-mouth tender flavor drenching buttery garlic herb flavor that will melt-in-your-mouth soft incredibly juicy tenderness makes this recipe absolutely irresistible!