Enjoy a delicious Burger and Home Fries with an ice cold Coca-Cola, while watching the game!
Chef Jamie Purviance, the culinary director for Weber Grills, created his citrus marinated pork tenderloins recipe that incorporates Coca-Cola as an ingredient. In addition to Coca-Cola Journey, this recipe is featured in New York Times Bestselling cookbook, New Real Grilling.
Having friends over to watch the big game? Looking for a go-to crowd pleaser? Try this sweet and savory recipe submitted by Karen Brunetta of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada.
I was met with one of the most moist, creamy, buttery and rich breads I’d ever encountered. Even the little raisins in the bread had plumped up with moisture and turned into soft little bursts of sweetness loaded into the loaf. The key to all the moisture is the thick buttermilk, whose high protein and moisture content keeps the bread from drying out when baking.
This sweet take on a holiday classic was submitted by Carol Johnson of Turtle Lake, Wisconsin. Johnson notes that the Coca-Cola in the recipe keeps the ham very moist.
In Mexico, Coca-Cola® is often used in braised meat dishes to impart a rich caramel flavor. In these succulent short ribs, the soda is combined with orange juice and traditional Mexican seasonings like oregano, cinnamon and tamarind concentrate.
This recipe is excerpted from Art Smith’s Healthy Comfort: How America’s Favorite Celebrity Chef Got It Together, Lost Weight, and Reclaimed His Health by Art Smith which was featured in the Coca-Cola Journey article, Best Summer Cookbooks.
Sweeten up your grilling recipes with 'the taste that brings you home'. Grillmaster, Chef G Garvin shares his flavor packed BBQ sauce recipe that features his favorite ingredient— Gold Peak Sweet Tea.
Jenna C. Haldeman of Tigard, Oregon, sent us this creative, Coke-inspired twist on an Asian comfort food favorite.
One of the classic combinations of flavors in Moroccan cooking is green olives and preserved lemons. In this hearty dish, turkey legs are slowly braised in liquid with an aromatic blend of spices and a basketful of vegetables.
Having friends over to watch the big game? Looking for a go-to crowd pleaser? Try this sweet and savory recipe.
This dish riffs off of a classic flavor profile that many people think of when they hear "sweet potatoes." Coca-Cola and brown sugar caramelize in the oven, while butter, vanilla and classic spices combine to taste like nostalgia.
Enjoy Simply Orange and Whiskey BBQ sauce over pork, chicken, beef — and even vegetables at your next cookout. Its sweet and tangy taste satisfies even the pickiest of palettes.
Sweet and tangy Asian flavors permeate this colorful pork shoulder roast that is gently simmered in Coca-Cola, pineapple juice, hoisin sauce and soy sauce until it is so tender it separates it into shreds. With hints of ginger, Chinese five-spice powder and red pepper flakes, this is a succulent main course for a fiesta. You might add baby corn and sugar snap peas as well. Serve over Chinese noodles or steamed rice.
This recipe was developed by the Culinary Institute of America and features Coca-Cola as an ingredient.
Chef Jamie Purviance, the culinary director for Weber Grills, created his citrus marinated pork tenderloins recipe that incorporates Coca-Cola as an ingredient.
The sauce plays the sweetness of Cherry Coke and cherry preserves against the tartness of red wine vinegar.
For a summery dinner idea, use this Simply Lemonade® Marinade recipe for a citrusy sweet and savory grilled chicken. Your grill and guests will thank you.
Combine your favorite bbq sauce, Simply Orange w/ Pineapple, Simply Limeade and enjoy.
Former Top Chef contestant and Atlanta Chef Kevin Gillespie, dishes up his take on a dinner classic: pot roast. Cooked with Coca-Cola and topped with glazed vegetables, this savory meal is perfect for entertaining during the cooler months.