Everyone always loves these individual nachos. You can make the meat mixture up ahead of time and store in the fridge in tupperware until ready to use. The meat mixture freezes well too. If you are short on spices, just use a taco packet instead. I often use leftover taco meat that I need to use up.
This recipe is different because it is a mustard based broccoli salad instead of mayo, which makes it great for picnics or bbqs. Can make up ahead of time and have chilling in fridge until ready to serve.
This was so yummy and pretty too! I stuffed my chicken and seasoned ahead of time, which made dinner a cinch. You could make the sauce up ahead of time and just reheat upon serving. My twist on a Cooking Light recipe.
Yummy!! Free up your oven and cook this classic dish in your crock pot! I made this is my taller older, 4 qt. crock pot rather than my new larger oval shaped one that tends to run hot. This could also be baked in the oven if necessary.
Yummy soup yet so easy to throw together! Cook time is a guess since I live at high altitude and it takes forever for the lentils to break down. We really enjoyed this, even my 2 yr. old DD loved it! Enjoy!
This is a recipe that's full of flavor! I've tweaked it quite a bit, the original recipe came from Taste of Home, mom's best edition. Serve with salad and garlic bread!! Cook time includes simmering sauce first and resting time.
Taken from an appetizer cookbook I have, but modified a bit for our tastes. I make a peanut sauce to serve with the mango dip as well. Make some fried rice and serve with some wontons or egg rolls!! Prep time includes marinating.
My twist on a Rachel Ray recipe. If you can't find Greek yogurt, you could use a combination of sour cream and mayo. Fresh mint is a nice variation to the sauce. This recipe originally called for ground chicken.