Love this meal. Love it. Hearty. Simple. Quick. And downright delicious. Stroganoff is a homey, comforting way to enjoy dinner and since I already have a few other beef versions that I make often and we really enjoy, I’m happy
These spicy pumpkin muffins are good for a quick breakfast on the run or to include in bag lunches. A combination of brown sugar and granulated sugar in the recipe creates a crunchy topping that contrasts with the moist, tender muffins.
I love spaghetti carbonara. It is a perfect quick and easy meal. I have another Spaghetti Carbonara on this site. It is a great recipe and my family enjoys it. However, I think I may have a new favorite Spaghetti
Canned beans are a quick, no-cook protein option that readily absorbs the flavors of fresh herbs and roasted red peppers. Roast your own peppers or look for them in jars on grocery shelves near olives and pickles. Serve this hearty salad with whole wheat crackers, if desired.
Patti Anderson, a professional quilter, had never entered a cooking contest before she took our challenge. This quick, no-fuss, chewy chocolate cookie is made on your waffle iron. No need to haul out the big mixer, you can mix the batter with a small hand mixer or even by hand. Kids love these!
This is a quick and easy recipe (once you cook the beans) that makes the most delicious variation on hummus. Traditional hummus is made from chickpeas/ garbanzo beans. This dip is made from the light and creamy cannellini bean.
Sometimes it seems challenging to make something quick and easy that I also can feel good about serving to my family Not to mention coming up with a dish everyone will like I have quite the picky crew here With a mid western meat and potatoes man and a terrific two year old to please I went back to basics This Hearty Italian Sausage and Potato Skillet is just that Click here to read about this recipe on The Simple Kitchen blog
There are two things about chicken breasts that every busy home cook should know. First, the possibilities are endless, and second, slicing boneless breasts on an angle and searing the slices over medium-high heat, makes for quick-cooking, golden brown, juicy chicken.We recommend serving this version of Chicken Marsala over mini penne, but any pasta shape will do.
I don’t love boneless, skinless chicken breasts. They rank among the ingredients that, as a recipe developer by profession, I see well enough in my work life that I would rarely — if ever — bring home in a grocery sack of my own choosing. Poaching chicken breasts in milk, however, is a very simple way to enhance the cut’s texture and flavor through tender, gentle cooking that ends with tucking it into a bed of noodles. Watch the milk carefully to ensure it never visibly simmers — the key to this recipe’s success is taking usually quick-cooking ingredients and slowing down the tempo to find their softer side.