Yard House has more than 100 items made from scratch daily, along with a vast selection of draft beer. The menu is a mix between comfort food/pub favorites and guilt free healthy fare.
The chain also has vegan options, including a plant-based Beyond Burger with Follow Your Heart cheese. These items pair perfectly with stellar happy hour prices and plenty of vegan drink options, leaving guests feeling full and satisfied.
Thai Grilled Pork Chop
If you’re a meat lover, a steak bowl is a meal that should be on your radar. There’s something about a juicy, fat-drenched ribeye that makes every bite an epic fatty flavor explosion. Yard House is known for its extensive menu, and its steak bowl is a great option for those who love to indulge in big cuts of beef.
For those who are dairy-free, Yard House does have some vegetarian options. However, some of their dishes have milk in them, so be sure to read the recipe closely and ask for a sauce without dairy or skip the dessert altogether if you’re following a vegan diet.
When cooking pork chops on the grill, it’s important to remember that they can get tough if you overcook them. This is due to carry-over cooking, so be sure to check the internal temperature of the chops before you remove them from the heat.
To prevent this from happening, make sure to cut the edges of the chops straight across so they don’t curl up as they cook. This will help ensure that the chops cook evenly and will not be dry on the inside.
You can also marinate the pork chops before grilling, which can add additional flavor and tenderness to the meat. To do this, mix together the marinade ingredients and then coat the pork chops. Allow to marinate for a few hours or overnight, depending on how much time you have available.
Then, grill the pork chops until they are cooked through and reach a temperature of 145 degrees. Once the meat has reached this temperature, tent it with aluminum foil and let it sit for a few minutes before serving.
Whether you’re dining with friends or a group of family, these appetizers are perfect for sharing. They’re simple, easy to prepare, and the flavors will leave everyone wanting more.
You can make this dish in about 20 minutes and it is a quick, delicious meal that is full of Asian flair. It’s a great option for a weeknight dinner or even a party meal. It will leave your friends asking you for the recipe!
“Everything-Crusted” Ahi Sandwich
The menu at Yard House is vast, and with such a broad selection of dishes to choose from, it’s easy to find something that suits everyone in your group. The sports bar chain has been serving up American cuisine and a large variety of beer since 1996, and it’s grown to include over 80 locations around the country.
The restaurant’s extensive menu is filled with a wide range of burgers, sandwiches and finger foods, but there are also more exotic dishes on the list. For instance, the Poke Nachos is a delicious twist on traditional nachos that features marinated ahi tuna. The dish is topped with avocado, serranos, green onions, cilantro, sesame seeds and a sriracha aioli.
This dish is a great way to get the protein you need in a lighter meal that won’t leave you feeling heavy and weighed down. It’s easy to make, and the results are worth every bit of effort.
To make the dish, start by thawing your ahi tuna in cold water with plastic wrap on it (if possible). Next, pat the fish dry. Coat it in a mixture of sesame seeds, granulated garlic or onion powder, dried herbs (thyme or Italian seasoning), salt and pepper, and sugar. Finally, sear it in a hot pan for about 45-60 seconds on each side until you have a nice golden crust.
After that, cut the fish into chunks. This will prevent the meat from overcooking and ensure that you end up with tender pieces of ahi tuna.
You’ll need a large skillet or sauté pan with high sides that can handle a lot of oil. Use a splatter guard if necessary, but don’t skimp on the oil. When the pan is hot, carefully place your ahi tuna in the pan, and sear it for about 60-90 seconds on each side until you have a crusty, golden crust on all sides.
This dish is also a great option for vegetarians, as the ahi tuna is served on top of crispy wontons instead of tortilla chips. The wontons add a chewy texture to the sandwich, and the avocado provides a creamy layer of flavor. The combination of all the flavors makes this a unique and delicious way to enjoy ahi tuna.
Shiitake Garlic Noodles
Yard house is a restaurant known for their large selection of draft beers but what most people don’t know is that they also offer an array of delicious menu options. These include nachos, wings, and a noodle dish that is sure to please everyone. The dish is called Shiitake Garlic Noodles and it has become a popular choice amongst patrons.
These noodles are simple to make and only require a handful of ingredients. They are a perfect meal for busy weeknights when you want a quick and easy dinner. The shiitake mushrooms give the dish such an amazing deep flavor that will have you coming back for more!
If you can’t find shiitake mushrooms, you can substitute other types of mushrooms that will still have the same amount of umami flavor. You can also use oyster sauce or hoisin sauce if you are unable to find the stir fry sauce used in this recipe.
Once the garlic has been sauteed, add the sliced shiitake mushrooms to the skillet and let them cook for about a minute or two until they are tender and soft. Then, pour in the sauce and stir to combine. You may need to increase the sauce a little if it is too dry for your taste.
Next, add the drained noodles to the skillet and toss until everything is evenly combined. Serve hot or cold and sprinkle with a little crushed red pepper to finish off the dish.
This shiitake garlic noodle recipe is an Asian style noodle dish that has amazing flavor and only takes minutes to prepare. It uses shiitake mushrooms to give the dish such a chewy texture and is made using a simple sauce that requires only a few ingredients.
The shiitake mushroom gives this noodle dish such an amazing deep flavor that will have all your guests wanting more! You can use any type of noodles you prefer to make this dish and it is sure to be a hit.
Fontina Vodka Penne
Penne alla vodka is an Italian classic that is sure to impress your friends and family. It’s creamy, delicious, and it’s easy to make at home with just a few simple ingredients.
The sauce is made with a combination of tomatoes, heavy cream, and a bit of vodka to add flavor. The vodka helps to emulsify the cream, bonding the water and fat components so they remain in smooth harmony with each other.
It can be served over a variety of pastas, including penne and rigatoni. However, it’s usually served over penne pasta, which has a ridged surface that allows the sauce to coat the strands.
A traditional dish, penne alla vodka is perfect for a weeknight dinner or a special date night. It’s also easy to make ahead and freeze for a later date.
To make the penne alla vodka, start by sauteing onions and garlic in butter until softened. Next, add crushed tomatoes and red pepper flakes to the pan. Finally, add the vodka and stir to combine.
Once the mixture has reduced by half, add in the cream and mix well. Then add in the basil and Parmesan cheese. Bring to a simmer and cook for about 8 minutes. If it begins to thicken, add some of the reserved pasta water a little at a time.
If you want a spicy version of this recipe, increase the red pepper flakes to about 1 tablespoon. You can also substitute olive oil for the butter and coconut milk for the heavy cream.
You can serve this pasta on its own, but it’s also a great base for more interesting side dishes such as air fried broccoli, Brussels sprouts or string beans. Cheesy garlic bread and a side salad are great options too.
There are several variations of this classic pasta dish that can be found on many restaurant menus. One popular option is the penne with chicken, which pairs tender penne pasta with shredded chicken and a rich vodka sauce.
Another option is the penne with lobster, which combines the freshness of lobster and the smoky flavors of pasta with vodka sauce. This is a popular dish at Strega by Nick Varano, which has a location in Boston’s North End.