easy one-pot dinner.
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hey! i found this in a cookbook that recognizes different kinds of food from around the world. my brother made this in the 7th grade for 'food and consumer science' (facs, or home ec) as the meal made on his own. everyone loved it, and i came across it th
this is a hearty and filling casserole for those nights when a long time in the kitchen is just out of the question. very tasty and easy to make, my family requests it often. enjoy!
just the thing for a day when you're wanton something delicious, and a hamburger patty is just too restrictive. loosen up your inhibitions and pile some loose meat on a bun. wicked over hot, whipped potatoes as well.
i love eating ground beef in my spaghetti sauce. here's another recipe i made up, this time with leftovers i had in the fridge and also what i had on hand in the pantry. we were on a tight budget at the time, so i just threw a bunch of stuff together and
i think a fondue is a very romantic casual dinner or wonderful for after the theatre snack served with a robust red wine. for dinner serve with rice & a small salad. almond rice pilaf is a great accompaniment (recipe posted separately ) to cook the meat y
i couldn't resist! named in honor of one of my all time favorite
like many family recipes, this one was created out of the need to stretch ingredients. one day when there was just a little chicken, and even less ground beef in the house, an old aunt of mine decreed that the two should be cooked together to make a meal
tasty & easy are 2 words to describe this recipe. never any leftovers. i usually double this recipe and freeze in meals size amounts. this way i always have somthing to pull from the freezer on days i don't feel like cooking.
this recipe is from the paula deen cooking show on the tv food network. originally shown for beef short ribs only, i have found it works as well with pork ribs. i have increased the amount of sauce ingredients - the original amounts didn't seem to be quit
this is a recipe that my mother got from some cooking contest in the '50s. it is delicious and filling on a cold night. we all loved it so much that we would call it the 25 billion dollar casserole! unfortunately, my family isn't big on dumplings, so i ca
costs about $5.00 to make.
first, thank you to *parsley* - chef # 199848 - for inspiring me with her "thick and chunky crock pot game day chili," recipe #251837. i had tried about 20 different recipes for chili, and *parsley*'s was the best. but i've been tweaking it for a year a
my niece shwana loves this! she always writes my name "ant" kelly when we play rummy or scrabble - started when she was little and stuck. i always make this when we go tubing in wisconsin. prep time includes does not include time to marinate.
i worked in a group home with 7 elderly ladies who like meatloaf. on this day i didn't have eggs so i kinda just threw in some stuff and this is what we dubbed it. my little ladies just loved it. the joke always was don't let me get bored in the kitchen.
this is a recipe that my father-in-law adapted to meet the needs of my cheese loving lactose intolerant hubby. when we had it at his parent's i thought it was made with real cheese! that is how good it is! i just winged the recipe to recreate it and it is
tender, garlicky and full of oregano 'n stuff! start this one a day ahead; the beef slices need an overnight stay in da gravy to be at their best. and please don't overcook the roast! as it rests right out of the oven and as it's reheated it'll stop mooin
this dip can also be made without hot sausage. if you are serving to kids, use regular sausage.
simple weeknight meal that my family really likes. i used to make the canned stuff (and was happy with it for a no fuss dinner), but now that i've come up with this recipe that i put together from reading all different ones i'll never go back to that agai
this is a very simple way to liven up your everyday meatloaf - my kids especially enjoy it!! i don't use measurements for this recipe so some adjustments may need to be made.
i used to call these hanky pankies (why is beyond me!). after i made them at my super bowl party the first time the bears won many years ago, it's been a tradition every super bowl since. (7/5/07...note: these are supposed to be served hot and kept warm
i love figuring out what's in the packaged foods that i like. this should be easy enough for even the most novice cook.
as a native nyer relocated to french quebec, the discovery of this morning morsel was very appealing though daunting because of the calories slathered on by the pork. this recipe is a lighter version of this "traditional quebecquois" breakfast meal and i
i saw this dish on a tv travel channel. it was served at an up scale diner on one of the hawian isles. i recall the name of the diner as being "mike's", but i don't remember the name of this dish!
this recipe, from karin calloway of the augusta chronicle, eliminates many of the steps in creating traditional lasagna. instead of the cheese mixture and noodles, you use cheese ravioli. you layer the ravioli with meat sauce and mozzarella cheese and b
a rub that tastes very similar to outback steakhouse.
this was a favorite of my children when they were growing up- i started out using a basic swiss steak recipe, but due to their tastes, it morphed into "pizza steak". now my grandchildren love it, too!
i know what you might be thinking,'ho hum, another meatloaf recipe " .well your right, but i think the secret ingredient sets this recipe apart from any other meatloaf in the "zaar"data base.please feel free to adjust any of the seasonings or veggies to s
the secret ingredient is italian salad dressing and the flavor it adds is wonderful. comfort food at its best.
this is a great meatloaf recipe. the mushroom sauce is the best. i have doubled the recipe, split it and and will freeze the two loaves for future meals. i can defrost a meatloaf the night before to save a little time the next day. i got this recipe ou
this is my own concoction that i came up with by putting together all of my favorite chili ingredients. top with fresh cilantro, shredded cheese and sour cream. i also like to serve this with warm cornbread
this is a long-time favorite recipe of our lancaster county, pa family passed down from my mom. she gets requests for it all the time and has to make double or triple this amount now whenever she makes it so everyone has some to take along home too. for m
this is our favorite of many wonderful burger recipes found in "burger meisters", a cookbook put together by marcel desaulniers. if you like this or prefer burgers with other types of meats (fish, rabbit, turkey...) you may want to check out the recipe bo
whenever we had a potluck lunch at the office or a neighborhood bbq, i would make these the night before, tripling the recipe, then plug in the crock pot to heat them up for whichever event was going on. they always went quickly. i think they are very goo
my son asked for cheeseburger soup, and having never made it i researched 'zaar. while i was browsing i had a vision: the best bacon-cheeseburger and fries i ever had, chopped into a soup or chowder. this is my vision realized. it came out even better tha
this is based on the "seitan log" and its variations posted by vegsocialworker. i realized that portabella and shiitake mushrooms are sometimes described as "beefy", so i decided to make a seitan with mushroom stock instead of veggie stock.
i've had this recipe for many years and i used to make it on a regular basis when i was a newly-wed and made it often for the kids when they were itty bitty. it is a great recipe and one well worth making from scratch. due to a crazy work and life schedu
c'mon, admit it! at some time in your life, you have eaten "hamburger helper." i know that it was a staple in our house when i was a kid. the little talking glove is comforting in a twisted kind of way. :o) anyway, this recipe looks like hamburger helper,
noodle beef stew in the slow cooker...easy comfort food!
taken from charmaine solomon
i used to make this in college. it's artery-hardening, but very good. it's similar to cheeseburger macaroni hamburger helper, but much tastier and not much more work.
after having stuffed peppers a few times i finally just decided i didn't like them. that was until a neighbor brought me some stuffed peppers for dinner one evening while i was ill. i decided to eat them just because i felt too sick to make anything for
way back when....i use to get $15.00 a week to feed two adults, one toddler and a infant. i use to get one lbs of ground beef, cut it into quarters and make four meals. back then i called it, "dr. martins mix" in honor of the dr. to whom we owed so much m
this is my memaw's recipe. being from texas, brisket is what makes bbq. i love this recipe!
i have made this quite a few times, it is just delicious and a favourite with my family. this recipe makes quite a lot so make certain that you have a very large fry pan or use a dutch oven. the complete recipe is made on top of the stove. make certain to
i'm very picky about my chili as i get terrible heartburn. this is how my mom always made it and it's the only way i'll eat it. it's one of my favorite things to make in the colder months. yes there is a story behind the name. my best friend lived
we have just returned from maui not long ago and one of dh's and my favorites was "loco moco". found this recipe in hawai'i's best local dishes by jean watanabe hee.
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