Cook up your sausage in a small pot. Pour some olive oil in your non-stick pan and saute potato cubes, onions, and mushrooms. Cook until soft (around 20-30 min). Then add some of the Mrs. Dash, and then add your sausage. And done! Yum!
I saw this recipe on Facebook in the comment section of a post. I can't credit her (she made it up) as I have no idea who she is, but these are seriously great! Thank you random internet person for such a great recipe!
a warmed tortilla (I warm them in a pan)
a baked sweet potato (smashed up)
refried beans with cumin stirred in
whatever else you like
Just roll it up and eat it! If you don't want refried beans, then add the cumin to the sweet potato.
You can add cheese or sour cream or whatever you like, but it's really good with either of those, too!
This is a staple in my house on Christmas. Though I thought I'd get a little crazy and make some last night!
Get yourself some of this:
-9 lasagna noodles
-1 regular sized jar of Ragu (or any sauce that's your fav--we love the parmesan & romano or the mushroom one or the chunky garden one or the green pepper one---okay they ALL are good!)
-1 regular sized container of small curd cottage cheese
-1 bag (2 C) shredded mozzarella
-1/2 - 1 container of parmesan cheese (depending on your liking)
Then do this:
Boil the noodles. Then dry the noodles.
Mix together all the cheeses, minus 1/2 C of mozzarella & sprinkle garlic powder into the cheeses (as much as you like)
Layer: small amount of sauce on bottom, then noodles, then cheeses, then sauce, then repeat.
Top with 1/2 C mozzarella.
Bake 350 degrees around 20 min.
Let sit approx. 20 min. on top of stove so it's less soupy.
Have you ever had Kozy Shack rice pudding? This tastes similar! Damn this is soooooo good!
2 cups water
1 cup rice (short grain works the best, but any will do)
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon unsalted butter
4 cups milk (any kind, as long as it’s not nonfat)
1/4 t nutmeg
1/4 t cinnamon
1/2 cup sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
Ground cinnamon for sprinkling
In a large saucepan, place the water, rice, salt and butter, stir to combine and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce the heat to a simmer, and cook for about 10 to 15 minutes, or until the rice has absorbed most of the water, leaving behind no more than a bit of thick, starchy water. Be careful not to overcook the rice.
While the rice is cooking, in a separate, medium-size saucepan, combine the milk, sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg, and cook over medium heat until the mixture is simmering (about 2 minutes). Once the rice in the separate saucepan is cooked, pour the simmering milk mixture over the rice
Cook the rice and milk mixture over medium-low heat, stirring occasionally, until the rice has absorbed most of the milk mixture and the entire mixture has thickened and begins to appear pudding-like, about 15 minutes more. The pudding will thicken as it cools, and will set in the refrigerator. Add the vanilla, and mix to combine.
Divide the pudding among 6 small heat-safe containers, sprinkle with ground cinnamon to taste, cover and refrigerate until set, at least an hour. (I just used my casserole dish with a lid)
I made this last night because I didn't have crap in the house other than lettuce to make a traditional lettuce salad. Now I only want to eat this kind!!
Serves 4 adults (with HUGE portions)
1 head lettuce
3 fresh mandarin oranges (cuties?) or 2-3 cans
4 fat apples (your favorite kind)
I always wash my lettuce in my lettuce washer, so I cut my head of lettuce in half, then each half in half again. I grab the quarter head and slice in small bite-sized pieces over my strainer and wash the lettuce. Then I spin it (oh yeah, it's a salad spinner, I forgot the name of it LOL) and place in a big ass bowl (normally, I would place each quarter in a mixing bowl for each person or a huge plate). After all lettuce is washed and spun and put into the big bowl, I segment the cuties and keep them whole and throw them in (I mean whole segments). Then cut the apples up into bit sized pieces (I cute straight lines around the core and slice from there).
Mix it all up, and plate it for each person (make sure everyone has apples and oranges). I used olive oil, salt and pepper on mine and my husband's and my oldest, and my youngest used bacon Catalina dressing. You can use poppyseed (this pairs great with fruit!) or whatever you like.
I am in love with this salad and while it's easy, it's good for you and DEEELISH!
1 can orange soda (even the generic kind works, if you use a 2 or 3 liter, then use 12 oz)
1/3 C soy sauce
You can adjust the sauce if you need LOTS of chicken, but pretty much this sauce will work for all amounts (up to a bag of frozen chicken).
Take the bag and marinate in the fridge overnight. The next day put in a crockpot for 6 hours on low. Then make some rice, cut up some green onions, and grab some microwave steamable frozen broccoli (1 bag per 2 adults) or other veggies to round out the meal.
As a kid I loved corn chips more than I loved life. And as an adult, I only eat them occasion. Which makes me sad 😡 So now I eat them in this delicious pie! (Fritos n chili? Yes please!) 2 T butter 2 bags corn chips (one for eating, one for the pie!) 4 cans of chili (I buy mine at Aldi) or leftover chili 1 bag o'cheese (preferrably Mexican or cheddar or some sort of cheddar blend) Melt that butter in a 9x13, then crunch up those chips in the bag to sprinkle half on the pan over the butter. Then pour the 4 cans of chili in, then throw the rest of the chips on top and put as much cheese as you want on top. Bake at 350 for about 20 min. BANG! You done! So easy, so quick, and so delish!
(If you need that extra bag of chips, then use em! Otherwise save till tomorrow and eat them with some Bean Dip!)
Actually the title of this recipe is (Chicken?) Noodle Soup. I can't use crazy things like question marks in my blog title because it makes Blogger a big fat crybaby and screws up my posts. The reason I named it this is because I had no idea what meat I had to use in the soup, so it wasn't decided yet. So anyways, here is a basic soup recipe for your eating pleasure:
-bags of frozen veggies
-water and bouillon or chicken stock (or beef stock if you're using beef), 2 C per person
-1/4 t garlic powder & 1/4 t ground ginger
-meat of your choice, cut into bite sized pieces
-thinly sliced green onions
-ramen noodles without the seasoning packet
Now, use the 1/4 t of each spice for every 2 C of water/stock.
Use as much bouillon as you need for the amount of water you're using. I use 8 C water (with 8 t bouillon) or stock for four people with leftovers.
Add bags of veggies. I am using a stir-fry medley with carrots, snap peas, broccoli, and yellow peppers (2 bags) along with a partial bag of peas and carrots.
Cook your meat separately. (I am using cans of chicken to sprinkle in each bowl before serving). After meat is cooked, place in soup pot with everything else.
After soup is boiling and your veggies are cooked, throw in the ramen noodles. Let cook for 3 minutes and serve topped with green onions.
Bread is cheaper to make than to buy. And more fun. And more messy. But more tasty. So it's definitely worth it to make your own.
This soup is basic. Kind of a like a basic bitch. We can rename this soup "Basic Bitch Soup". Which I'd like to assume means a girl without makeup on (which is what this soup is compared to a human). But I don't think that's what it means. But anyways, it's a basic soup to make when you need something quick and cheap to make. And, it's yum! UPDATE:Just made this soup? And no, it's not a basic bitch. It's one of the best damn soups you'll ever taste! OMG!!! Soooo yummy!