From Taste of Home, when on a budget try this inexpensive one dish meal. Add other vegetables according to taste or for extra zip use stewed tomatoes with green chilis. Omit sugar and substitute brown rice and it's South Beach friendly.
I've also prepared this in my crock pot, add everything except the Velveeta and cilantro. Cook on low for 4-5 hours adding the Velveeta and cilantro during the last 30 minutes so it has a chance to melt. You can also substitute a can of Rotel tomatoes for the stewed tomatoes if you prefer it spicy.
This is great for those times when I have a chocolate craving that just won't go away. It's quick, easy and makes a very small portion. I've tried it with semi-sweet chocolate chips, can't wait to try it with peanut butter chips and white chocolate chips. Great for an afternoon snack for the kids and it's simple enough that they can make it themselves.
This is my family's favorite dish, I usually double the honey mixture because we like more sauce. If I use chicken breasts I will either butterfly or pound them with a mallot, that way they're not as dry. I also cook a little longer so the sauce reduces and turns to a nice glaze.
Very different than traditional hot wings, not fried. If wrapped in foil and left on the grill the chicken will be so tender it will fall off the bone. (I've also used the marinade to spice up grilled chicken breasts.) My friends and family can't get enough of these, have plently napkins ready!
My husband is allergic to ALL seafood so I remove the sausage and vegetables before adding the seafood so he can enjoy it too.
Note: If you'd like to cook everything together then skip step 4. Also may need to add the asparagus when you add the seafood so it doesn't over cook. Adjust the amounts of seafood to your liking.