So I'm a new cook and I wanted to make a meat sauce for our dinner. I saw a lot of great recipes on here but seemed really complicated..so I cheated! This is doctored up Ragu..I don't think you can mess it up..I honestly don't know the exact measurements I just kept tasting as I went along..I fooled my husband though. He claims its the best spaghetti sauce he's ever had lol!
This is a great quick and easy soup that my family is always happy to eat. It's great with a good bread or warm corn bread.You can use any combination of fresh, frozen or canned veggies you have on hand.
This is one we've made in our family for a while. Have no idea where it came from. It gets eaten up every time. It is great for being very versatile. If you don't have an ingredient or two, you still may be able to make it. It's like a lot of other crab pasta salads, except that it has french dressing in it. My amounts are kind of guesstimated, because I just throw it together. If I don't use pickles, I add a little bit of dry dill. Best to use a chewy pasta like rotini or bow ties.
I am posting 2 versions of this recipe. This is the original recipe I got off a recipe card in the grocery store a number of years back. I think it is very good as written, but I have made enough changes to it that I decided to post the recipe also as Imitation Crab Wheels Recipe 2. It is a very fast and easy recipe, and oh so yummy. Because you are broiling it the veggis are very crispy and flavorful.
This is like the first recipe I posted, but I made a number of changes according to prefrences of the family and decided to post them as a seperate recipe. This is quick and very tasty. Because you are broiling this dish it leaves the veggis warm and firm. Since raw peppers and onions don't appeal to everyone in my family I cook them first.
One of my mom's recipes I've doctored up a bit. A favorite since childhood!
For a healthy version you can make the following substitutions: light ranch dressing for mayonnaise; mozzarella for cheddar cheese;
sour dough for croissants
This chili is SO easy to make! It's also very easy to adjust how much to make depending on the size of your crowd. I serve it with corn chips, sour cream, and shredded cheddar. You may also want to adjust your heat by getting hotter salsa!
I’m known for making food that is more about taste than health value. I decided to make a version of “Heart Attack on a Platter” just to see how much fat I could cram into one dish. I think this one should do it.
This sweet and easy chili is sure to warm up the whole family on cooler fall nights. This came from Taste Of Home Simple & Delicious. When I made this chili I doubled the recipe with no problem. I used a combo of ground turkey and ground beef. I had already cooked meat on hand so I used dried minced onion. I thought this was a bit bland so I added alot more chili powder and alot of onion powder. Overall my family really liked this, even my picky 8 yr old newphew. I have not tried this just posting for safe keeping.