I have a recipe posted for taco seasoning and it's my go-to recipe anytime I need a package of taco seasoning mix - tastes so much better than the packaged stuff. For the last several years, I've written down the following recipe for every bridal shower I've attended where I was asked to bring a recipe. I finally decided that I should post it here. Serve with your favorite taco topping or as a salad or nachos. This recipe may also be used with ground turkey.
A recipe that I found on the back of Muir Glen tomatoes. This makes a really nice soup for lunch and is very quick and easy. The recipe calls for 1/4 cup of whipping cream added at the end. I don't always use it depending on my mood.
Not your typical egg roll, but a convenient way to take your eggs with you on your way out the door in the morning. I've used different kinds of cheese and deli meat, just depending on what I have on hand.
This recipe came from Redbook's Wise Woman's Diet. It is a very simple recipe for Chicken Marsala. It doesn't include any mushrooms or anything fancy and it's been one of our family favorites for a long time.
When my daughter was little she had several allergies and I had to change the way I made a lot of our favorites. Even though she has outgrown all of them but milk, I still make meatloaf the exact same way that I did then. This version is dairy and egg free and if you use gluten free oats, it becomes gluten free as well. We always serve this with BBQ Sauce.
A gluten free, dairy free chowder that draws its creaminess from peanut butter and coconut milk. Makes a nice lunch or a quick and easy meal for those busy weeknights. Cooking time does not include time for cooking brown rice
I started out with a recipe for making Black Bean & Turkey Chili, but what I ended up with was an Italian style turkey spinach soup. I had a container of spinach that needed to be used (no one here really likes it in salads, except me) and this is what I came up with. Sure tasted good on a cold winter evening. This is also WW friendly at 3 points per serving (1 1/2 cups).
This is a recipe from a collection of Amish Recipes published by a restaurant in Northern Indiana called Das Dutchman Essenhaus. Even though there are quite a few hot chicken salad, I'm posting this one because it is a little different and I want to know the nutrition information. The recipe calls for real mayonnaise. Do not sub fat free or low fat mayo as it will change the taste of the recipe.
Needed some green chile sauce for enchiladas and couldn't find any in the store that would fit my dietary restrictions. I looked on here and the only ones I could find required the roasting of Anaheim chiles. Not something that I wanted to do on a weeknight. So.........this is what I came up with.
This is a recipe that I found in one of those cookbook's that you buy at the checkout counter. I've made a few changes based on our tastes. The recipe as written calls for boneless skinless chicken breasts, but I usually use boneless skinless chicken thighs as prefer them over chicken breast. If you sub regular rice for the brown rice, you will need to adjust your cooking time.