Got a bag of frozen mixed vegetables on hand? A pound of hamburger? Chances are the other ingredients are already in your pantry. This meal-in-one dish is sure to please and comes in handy on those busy, busy evenings.
This is so good! I looked for a good recipe for maple glaze for chicken or fish or *whatever* that had the ingredients that I had on hand, but I just couldn't find the right one, so I created this extremely simple recipe myself and it was a success. I guess sometimes, to find the right answers, you have to look within!
I found this recipe in my local newspaper. Sounds like a good way to use up some left over (or not) ham. I haven't tried it, but plan on doing so soon. I do think I might make a few adjustments to the recipe to suit my family's taste, but here is the recipe as printed. It was submitted by Florence Hiett.
(serving size is a guess)
I had some leftover bits and pieces, and I wanted to clean out the " Fridge ". So, I mixed them all together and came up with this recipe. If you try this, change the amounts of seasonings according to your tastes. Serves 6 with a side salad.
This is an easy but really tasty pork chop dish --- purchase the thicker size pork chops or you may use 2-3 larger pork steaks, the thinner chops tend to fall apart when baked as they bake too fast, if desired you can top with shredded cheddar cheese the last 15 minutes of baking, also chopped fresh garlic may be added also to the bean mixture -- this may also be cooked in a crockpot, just brown the chops firstly in a skillet.
This is a family favourite that comes from an old Milk Calandar. Even DH, who doesn't like anything tex-mex raves about this one. I always make it with the ham, but the if you have left over chicken, I bet it would be just as good.
This is my all-time favorite recipe for hamburger steak and onions. If I'm just cooking for me, I skip the gravy (they're very juicy without) and increase the onions because I like extra with every bite! Add the gravy to turn it into a wonderful smothered "steak". I found the recipe during a web search and tweaked it. Listed cooking time is for the steaks, onions and gravy.
All in one dish without the need to cook pasta in a separate pan. It has been a hit with my family. I found this recipe from the Family Circle magazine and adjusted to meet our family's tastes. They estimated that each serving costs less than $2 per serving (from 2006 estimates).
This is great for my family because there aren't very many of us and sometimes a roast is just too much. Soup is always a popular option here, and is a great way to warm up on a cold day. You could also use leftover steak in this, sliced thin.