I grew up on this potato salad and just recently got mom's recipe for it. It's quite simple to make, and definitely good for a picnic or cook out side dish. Amounts can be altered to fit your family's taste.
This is a great dish my father used to make all the time. Smells great cooking, and tastes even better then it looks. I use spicy sausage, but sweet would taste great as well. Would work fine with regular sausge links as well, though I prefer Moose or Venison personally.
I came up with this recipe tonight when I was cleaning out my fridge and realized I had leftover corn, cooked rice, and 1lb of ground beef that needed to be cooked soon! Even my young boys enjoy this concoction, and I hope you will too. The cooking time is just an estimate, I wasn't keeping an eye on the clock.
This recipe came from my husband's grandmother, whom we call Mimmie. I wanted a recipe that didn't require cooking with wine, and that I had all the ingredients on hand. She pulled through for me, so I am accrediting her with this. I do leave the onion out of my recipe, because of allergies, but I included it in the ingredients and directions for those who like it. Cooking time is an estimate.
I made this for my son today when he requested pizza, and I didn't have the ingredients on hand to make the pizza dough. I used to make this growing up, and I love it. You can use either an english muffin, or two pieces of bread, whichever you have on hand and prefer. I prefer to toast the english muffin or bread lightly before adding toppings. Use any toppings you prefer.
I am sure you can do this just as easily on the regular grill, but it was too hot outside today, and I was just cooking for myself, so the George Foreman worked out better for me. This recipe is tailored for 1 person/1 serving, however you can change the serving size if need be. Unfortunately, I am the only one in the house who likes Salmon. You can marinate this before hand if desired, however, I did not.
While visiting with my grandparents over the weekend, my son requested this, and apparently everyone else enjoyed it as much as he did. It's a basic, simple, recipe, but is delicious and a crowd pleaser.
I am naming this after my 2 year old, Aidan. He loves Kraft Mac and Cheese, but I find it rather bland on it's own. One night I started just throwing in random things, and finally found a combination we both like. I hope you and your family will enjoy as well. I used left over brown sugar spiral ham, diced up, in my version, but I'm sure any kind will do.
I am naming this after my 6 week old son, because, after all, he is the one that keeps me busy enough to forget things at the grocery store and doesn't leave me enough to stand at the stove and cook dinner, so I needed something simple with what I had on hand. I hope you enjoy this as much as we did.