I dreamed this up one warm summer day when I had minimal dinner ingredients on hand. Served cold/room temperature, it has a good variety of protein, carbs and veggies. You can also easily vary the dressing used for the pasta. And the measurements are estimates, so please adjust according to your taste. Hope you enjoy it!
I got this dip from the WW site...it is absolutely delicious and just ONE POINT per serving! I serve it with baked Tostitos chips for a guilt-free treat, but no one would ever guess it's low fat if you served it to guests. Keep in mind, the creamy ingredients cool down the salsa, so a hot salsa will yield a nice medium dip. Great way to get your mexican dip fix. Enjoy!
Easy and kid-friendly recipe that I always have ingredients on hand to make. I use onion powder in place of diced onion to ensure the kids will eat them, but feel free to use diced onions instead. Serve on hamburger buns with a side salad and dinner is ready!
HOLD the cans of soup please! Trust me, you won't want to make chicken pot pie with canned soup again after trying this recipe. It's quick and simple enough for me to make on a weeknight and my family absolutely devours it. I use some fat free ingredients, but you'd never know from the taste. We love the carrots and broccoli, but you can change up the veggies a bit - I like to keep them fresh, but canned peas work well in place of the broccoli. Save time by using leftover chicken too. Hope you enjoy!
You will NOT believe how good these pork chops are, after seeing how EASY they are to make. These are so simple, yet worthy of serving to company. I get rave reviews every time I serve them and I'm always asked for the recipe, yet almost embarrased to give it! The trick is to cook slowly with enough heat, but not so much that the chops are boiling to get tough and dry. And the cooking time is very flexible...you can simmer these for up to 6 hours if you'd like. (By the way, I consider the salt and pepper "freebies" in the ingredient count!)
American Chop Suey with a chunky meat sauce, garlic, oregano and lots of flavor. Not bland like Mom used to make, but simple enough that my whole family gobbles it up. Very quick and easy to make for a great weeknight dinner. Add salad and bread, good to go. A healthy sprinkling of GOOD parmesan cheese is a must!
This kielbasa ALWAYS disappears at parties as an appetizer. It sounds too simple, but the sauce it makes while slow cooking is absolutely yummy. Sometimes I make it for dinner and serve it with baked potatoes and salad - DEElish!
My kids don't love salsa or "chunky" tomatoes, so I came up with this super simple version of nachos that kids adore. In my house, they're the #1 requested after-school and movie snack! The measurements are purely an estimate, so add based on your tastes. And for adults or kids who don't mind them, by all means add green onions, black beans and/or chopped tomatoes!
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