This is an easy and quick recipe that my Grandmother makes often. It's a long time family favorite. She likes to clip recipes out of the local newspaper so that's probably where this came from. My children, ages 6 and 7, love this dish.
This is based off of my Creamy Bacon & Leek Pasta. It's adapted for my husband and son who both prefer more simple meals. I love it because it takes less than 30 minutes to make and it pairs very nicely (as most pasta dishes do) with a salad and some bread. I hope you enjoy!
Just like the name implies, this meal is fast, easy and fresh tasting. It's perfect when you want a quick, delicious one-pot meal without heating up the oven on those hot summer days. Just add a crisp green salad and a glass of iced tea and dinner is ready in no time.
This recipe is based off of a recipe from Recipe Zaar ("Nacho Skillet Casserole"). I made a number of modifications, and figured I would post it.
It's a very filling dish that's like nacho toppings on rice, instead of chips. This is a very adaptable recipe, and I'd love to hear all of your variations! If you do not like spice, I suggest adding the chili powder gradually until you find the perfect amount of heat for you.
I have frozen this and reheated it with success!
Please note: cook time and final yield do not factor in rice
This is a very easy casserole that is really satisfying. Leftovers are easily reheated. I have added seasoning to the ground beef and added herbs to the soup mixture. I have also subbed ground turkey for the beef. My husband likes this served with green beans.
This is from The Art of American Indian Cooking by Y. Kimball & J. Anderson. It's quick and easy, and makes a good "camp" bread. I've made it both at home, and over a campfire. Cooking time is approximate as it will depend on your heat. This is especially true if cooking it over a campfire.
This is a recipe featured by my local grocery store this month. Even my two year old loved it! It's a great one-skillet meal that's both very simple and easily customized. You could replace the kielbasa with cooked chicken, use a different flavor of cream soup, or replace the peas with your favorite vegatable. Have fun with it!
This is a one-dish meal with great flavors that you eat, and eat, and then eat again later. It makes a large amount, but never lasted more than a few days in my family.
My dad got this recipe from my Aunt Barb when he found out he had celiac disease (allergic to wheat). It's the first thing I remember my dad cooking on a regular basis, and when I asked him what it was he entitled it, "Quick Skillet."