There are times that, even on the weekends, I need a quick recipe for dinner. This past weekend was no different. After camping all weekend and coming home to more chores than I wanted, I needed a quick dinner, and what’s quicker than a simple stir fry. Using leftover grilled pork chops from the weekend, …
A quick 30 minute meal of jumbo sea shells stuffed with Philly cheesesteak inspired filling with ground beef, peppers, and a cheese sauce.
Give me a night of feeding only myself, and I will, without fail, give you a bowl of pasta. Pasta is my go to for every night when I eat alone. Why? Who knows… All I really know is that pasta is (to me) the most versatile and convenient food on the planet. Print Yum …
One of the most popular, which is also no longer on the Food Champ Recipe Club page within World Food Championships is the Mini Pork Nacho Salad, which is really just an amazing pork filling for nachos, tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and even just on a hamburger bun.
For this quick 30 minute, breakfast-for-dinner favorite, I combined my favorite smoked sausage, potatoes, peppers, and onions to make a quick hash, topped it with fried (over easy) eggs, and sprinkled it with queso fresco.
For this weeknight, 30 minute meal version of nachos, we’re building them on a bed of crispy tater tots and then, topping them with everything that would, could, and should be on a taco bar.
For this quick, one skillet dinner, I’ve combined my kids’ love of pasta with super simple boneless, skinless chicken breasts and Mediterranean ingredients to create a pasta bake that will get dinner on the table in 30 minutes or less.
As much as I love homemade meatballs, frozen meatballs have become a staple in our house. For quick dinners, meatballs have so much versatility. From subs to soups and stews, meatballs can be used for so much more than sitting atop a big plate of spaghetti.
Asian inspired Apricot-Teriyaki Meatballs cooked FAST in my Instapot.