With only 6 ingredients, this frittata is ideal to whip up for an easy brunch or lunch. The combination of the chorizo sausage, roast vegetables, cheese and eggs will be a winner every time!
These Loaded Chilaquiles are tortillas chips, enchilada sauce and ALL THE TOPPINGS. It’s the perfect breakfast or brunch to make you feel like you’re on vacation!
As a mother of 3, making dinners are often made with the intention of leftovers. Why? Well…lunches the next day! Pasta however, seems to be one of the messiest things to pack in a lunch, and subsequently makes for a disastrous lunch box when my littles empty their lunch sacks. So those pasta night leftovers often just sit in the fridge until they finally get tossed, and I’m saddened by the waste.
This Dump-and-Bake Aloha Chicken and Rice is an entire dinner that cooks in one dish! With just 10 minutes of prep you can stir together uncooked rice, chicken, pineapple, bell pepper, onion, and a sweet-and-savory sauce that’s finished with crispy bacon. Serve the easy, Hawaiian-inspired meal with a simple green salad, broccoli, or a loaf of crusty bread. It tastes like chicken and pineapple fried rice — without the work!
Bubble and squeak might sound like an unusual name for a meal, but this traditional British dish is so easy, comforting and delicious, you’ll soon forgive the name. Plus it’s the perfect recipe to use up leftover vegetables.
Vegetable frittata is a great way to use up leftover vegetables to make an easy inexpensive vegetarian meal that works for breakfast, lunch or even dinner.
Save Print Hard Apple Brats Author: Google/Photo credit to google.com Ingredients 5 Parkview Bratwursts 2 medium onions, sliced 3 bottles Wicked Grove Hard Cider 1 green bell pepper, sliced 1 red bell pepper, sliced Stonemill Iodized Salt, to taste Stonemill… Continue Reading
You can have your favorite beef shawarma sandwich right at home, this easy recipe is all you need! I’m sharing my family’s secrets complete with the shawarma seasoning, which makes all the difference. Be sure to check out the tips and video below.
The ultimate way to round off a Mexican-themed sharing feast, these delicious churros are fried until golden and crisp, before being coated in sugar and served alongside a velvety dipping sauce of fiery chilli-chocolate. See method
When I was in my 20s I decided to live alone, finally, after sharing homes and apartments with an ever-changing stream of roommates. That first year in my solo apartment was the genesis of my desire to learn how to cook well. I knew how to follow a recipe, but I realized there’s so much more to becoming a cook at ease in the kitchen. I remember staring at a pile of brown and wilted vegetables in my fridge and thinking how recipes are nothing more than the gleaming tip of the iceberg, shiny and alluring, but not signaling the many demands they make on a cook: how to shop, how to plan, how to make the most of the ingredients in your fridge and pantry every single day. Continue Reading