This recipe for prime rib is much easier to prepare than you might anticipate. It is always a crowd pleaser for dinner parties, but it can also be a weeknight dinner with the family that will yield lots of leftovers.
Chicken Parmesan is one of those comfort foods that are not exactly keto-friendly in their traditional form. However, with a little tweaking, we came up with a recipe that not only works, but is also quite delicious while staying close to the ideal 75/5/20 percent macro-range.
Salisbury steak is a blend of ground beef and seasonings and typically served smothered in a savory gravy. It's a delicious keto-friendly comfort food that you'll want in regular rotation.
This recipe is very simple to prepare, but it will likely impress those that get to eat it. You should get satisfying results with the cook time, but it can be cooked lower and slower if you have the time. If you decide to cook it in the 225-250 degree range, then you will need about 4-5 hours of cook time. You are looking for the short ribs to be very tender, but not completely falling apart. If they are at all difficult to slice into, then they need to go back in the oven for at least 30 minutes. If you do not have a Dutch oven, there is no need to fret. The first and last steps can be prepared in a pot, then transferred to a roasting pan or casserole dish covered with foil for cooking in the oven. Also, if you can find them, we prefer boneless short ribs to bone-in.