I developed this recipe from a Pillsbury Hamburger recipe book, adapting it to make without meat. This is a fantastic recipe because it only uses one skillet so you will have minimal clean up and keep the kitchen cooler. Note: This calls for lasagna noodles, but I have made it with elbow noodles if you would prefer, but they tend to cook less evenly and take longer.
I started making this recipe when I was looking for a way to make a tuna casserole without condensed soup or canned veggies, and couldn't quite find the combination of ingredients I liked. After coming up with this recipe, I have never looked back! My family devours this casserole, and it always comes out creamy and tangy with the perfect amount of spiciness. Serve with extra black pepper and hot sauce and a cold beer!
My husband's recipe for fajitas, based on a recipe found in a Mexican cookbook by Jane Milton and his own experimentation. The inclusion of cinnamon is what to me gives these fajitas such a great flavor! Serve with your favorite accompaniments along with rice and beans and a strong margarita!
This is a recipe that has gradually evolved over several years at our house. My family loves this meal---the chicken is roasted on a broiler pan while thinly sliced potatoes are layered on the drip pan underneath. As the chicken cooks, the flavors drip down onto the potatoes; they're so delicious! The sauce is creamy and tangy and is great on both the chicken and the potatoes. We usually eat this with sauteed green beans on the side.
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