I'm fascinated with bubble-up recipes!. This recipe uses your favorite salsa, allowing you to control the heat. I used my sister's awesome homemade salsa in mine. You can top the casserole with your favorite taco toppings, or serve them on the side.
A kid friendly dish and delicious for grown-ups too. I used a special pan from Pampered Chef, but a jumbo muffin tin will work here too. I use a frozen pepper stir-fry mix which is essentially green, red and yellow peppers and onions. Using it frozen helps keep the meatloaf moist. This recipe is so versatile. You can customize each meatloaf by adding pepperoni, spinach, mushrooms, olives, bacon, etc. in the middle!
A delightful alternative to traditional chili! I serve mine over corn chips, topped with shredded cheese and sour cream. This an easily modified recipe to suit your taste, time and available equipment. (I've been known to use canned chicken in this and it's still delicious!)
This is a very versatile recipe since you can throw in just about anything! My favorite way to use this is with chicken but you can also use ground beef, steak strips, pork, shrimp etc. For the stir-fry veggies, I just get them from the produce section.
I love ribs, but I'm only a marginal fan of BBQ. These ribs are a great alternative....fork tender and absolutely scrumptious! You can use either beef or pork ribs, boneless or bone-in. The sauce is delicious over steamed rice. I use Pampered Chef's Asian Seasoning Mix.
This started out as a "Ritz Cracker Chicken" recipe I got from Facebook, but as often happens to me, it turned into something a bit different. Regardless of it's inauspicous start, this turned out FANTASTIC and it will be one of my staples for the dinner rotation.
I love both banana bread and banana pudding, so I decided to put them together for this rich, deliciously addictive dessert. Note that this is easily split into to desserts. I ususally make a smaller one for home and a larger one to take to whatever event I'm bringing dessert to.
My boyfriend LOVES pigs-in-a-blanket, but our favorite brand, Schwann's, is no longer delivered in our area. So I set out to come up with a casserole that would fit the same flavor profile. I added a few things I love in pancakes and the result exceeded my expectations!
Adapted from a Publix recipe, this is wonderful alternative to traditional chili. I serve this in either sourdough or pumpernickel bread bowls. The Zesty Wedge Salad is a perfect accompaniment to this dish. This goes together very quickly and is quite filling. While not spicy, you could easily change that by adding pepper sauce (or hot sauce) to your preferred level of heat.
The *must use* ingredient for this contest was a real challenge for me since I am in the apparent minority that does not like the American kitchen staple known as ketchup or (catsup). All at. Not even a little. I had also never used, nor heard of, one of the list ingredients, Ponzu Lime Citrus Dressing. However my adventurous spirit took over, and I came up with this delicious, decidedly NOT gourmet, take on Swiss steak. The steak was so tender you could cut it with a fork.
I adapted this from a recipe I found on Pinterest, and I must say, my version tastes much closer to the real deal! Very simple and SO rich and delicious! I prefer coconut oil, but vegetable oil works fine too.
This is the BEST Asian dish I've ever made at home. It is amazing. Don't skip the step with the baking soda. It tenderizes the chicken and makes ALL the difference! This recipe makes a good amount of sauces because I like it to soak into the rice.
My friend, Corrie, is an amazing cook, and this one comes from her kitchen. She made it on the grill when she served this (which was awesome!), but I had to adapt it to a stove top recipe. I also changed it ever so slightly to suit my tastes, and added a simple gravy to drizzle over the top. You could easily increase the lemon juice to 1 cup to make enough marinade for more servings.