Marinated Korean BBQ Beef Bulgogi

Saturday, June 16, 2018
Marinated Korean BBQ Beef Bulgogi is a favorite for a barbecue from Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch.
This Marinated Korean BBQ Beef Bulgogi recipe is an adaptation from a sweet Korean woman who was our neighbor many years back when we lived in our townhouse and only had 2 tiny tots running around. For the life of me I can't seem to remember her name anymore.

I think Lorna was just barely 3 at the time and LJ was just learning to walk, climb stairs and belly slide down them at 90 miles an hour while I had a heart attack. Little boys are fearless from an early age! Needless to say we moved to a rambler after that for my own sanity before Mas came along.

She would bring over Marinated Korean Beef Bulgogi from time to time and homemade Kimchi to serve along side. We usually BBQ or stir-fried the Bulgogi Beef and all I can say is I was hooked but she never would share her recipe, so when we moved I had to adapt my own.

This is very similar to her recipe for her Beef Bulgogi according to my taste buds, and always receives rave reviews from the kids.

We always prefer it when we BBQ it so they can eat it straight off the skewer, but its also delicious quickly stir fried on the stove-top.

This recipe is great prepared ahead of time and frozen or left in the fridge for a day to marinate.

Chocolate Zucchini Coffee Cake With Chocolate Crumb

Thursday, June 14, 2018
Chocolate Zucchini Coffeecake With Chocolate Crumb is the perfect dessert recipe to hide zucchini from Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch.

I love this weeks Sunday Supper theme of Squash Fest because I'm always looking for different ways to enjoy squash and I can't wait to check out all the tasty recipes that are shared!

I couldn't think of a better way to bring the family back to the dinner table then this Chocolate Zucchini Coffee Cake With Chocolate Crumb it's definitely one of my favorite uses for squash because it's filled with zucchini and lots of chocolaty goodness.

Shhh...Don't tell I ate a slice for breakfast and think it's perfect for brunch or dessert and loved every bite.

It's perfectly chocolaty and super moist with a crunchy chocolate crumb.

You have to make Chocolate Zucchini Coffee Cake with Chocolate Crumb sooner then later. 

It's sooooo good! 

Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls

Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls are sweet, soft,  and fluffy making this a family favorite recipe from Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch.

Homemade bread was always a staple in my house growing up and Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls happened to be the first style of rolls I learned to make and still one of my favorite recipes.

I find such comfort in a good roll, and love having lots of different options dependent on my mood.

Cloverleaf Rolls are so easy to shape, and I love breaking them into pieces for easy buttering or dipping into gravy.

These dinner rolls are slightly sweet, soft, and fluffy, perfect to go with soups, stews or your holiday meal.

The kids love to devour the leftovers for breakfast with a little jam or honey.

I always use my mixer to knead the dough, but the kneading could be done by hand if a mixer with a dough attachment isn't available until the dough is smooth and elastic.
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