Instead of using bread or buns (which are overly processed), I eat these veggie burger patties as seen below, or halved, in romaine lettuce leaves (making a “burger boat”). They also make great leftovers, crumbled onto a green salad or baked potato, or hearty traveling or hiking snacks. Preparation note: While it’s not necessary, cooking...Read More »
Chicken Cordon Bleu is one of those recipes that sounds super fancy, but it's actually really easy. And with this shortcut recipe, it's even easier!Usually with Chicken Cordon Bleu, you roll chicken up with ham or prosciutto and cheese. This recipe has all the same flavors, but there is no chicken beating or rolling. You simply lay the ham and cheese on top before baking.See more frugal recipes!
I love stir fries because of three reasons: 1. they're quick, 2. you can usually use whatever veggies you have on hand, and 3. they make for really yummy leftovers.This Thai-style beef stir fry is full of flavors and is a great recipe for getting lots of vegetables to your family in a quick amount of time. If you don't like spicy foods, feel free to leave out the spicy peppers.See more frugal recipes!
I had a night the other night where I didn't have a dinner plan in my mind, so I headed to the pantry. I knew I had sausage and rice, so after looking around for ingredients that would complement those, I decided to make a quick and easy jambalaya. It should be said that this is not really a traditional jambalaya; there is no seafood or chicken and it doesn't start with the complete foundational onions, celery, and bell peppers. With that being said, this recipe is still pretty yummy and you can add pretty much any additional ingredients you'd
This one is an odd combination of flavors but it works. We came up with this on the fly. Ok really we were low on groceries and we didn’t feel like making a trip to the store. We used a wok … Advertisements
Orzo with Artichokes, Balsamic vinegar and Chicken -- as easy as A-B-C! Pancetta, spinach, and toasted pine nuts also play tasty parts in this pasta dish! This is a great way to use up leftover roast chicken (or turkey) meat!
You'll score points when you spoon the halftime meal into these hearty bowls. The bread's spongy texture makes it the perfect container for the creamy full-flavored chowder...or a thick soup, stew or chili. -Darlene Alexander, Nekoosa, Wisconsin Skip links