For dinner tonight, my sister wanted to make this recipe, so we threw it all together in the crockpot and let it cook. I enjoyed it and thought the Soup was great except for the fact that it didn’t need that last cup of milk! It was a bit too milky for my taste (really not a fan of milk!) so that freaked me out a tad, but otherwise it was a very good soup! We will definitely be making it again, but I am going to lay off the milk quote a bit and make it more chicken brothy!
Not too long ago I found this video and decided to try it!
I made it for my sister and I to eat after a long week of work as a “treat yo self” night and it was definitely worth it!! I used a raspberry jello and inside the cup I put a scoop of the peach froyo I made a while back, topped with a pumpkin cookie! It was a fun, interesting dessert to make!
Suddenly, the song “What A Beautiful Mess I Made” makes so much sense. For dinner tonight, I shredded a zucchini and then combined it with some hash browns, a sprinkle of Panko bread crumbs, an egg and a sprinkle of mozzarella cheese. I mixed all of that together and then threw the mixture into a waffle iron. Then, I put havarti and shredded mozzarella cheese on one of the fritters, some leftover homemade spaghetti on top of the cheese and covered the sandwich with the other fritter half. I gently laid the waffle iron on top of the sandwich to allow the cheese to melt, then leaving me with a beautiful mess of a sandwich creation. It was delicious!!
Tomorrow is my parent’s 35th wedding anniversary, so I decided to try and make a cake they both love–Tiramisu! There were so many varieties of recipes all over the internet so I had a hard time deciding, but I finally settled on this one because it seemed the easiest to do. The only thing is that I did not know where to buy amaretto, so I threw in a splash of Bailey’s in place of that for an extra added flavor. The cake was so delicious and had such a nice coffee flavor, I loved it and so did my parents! Not to mention the cake held together really nicely and wasn’t extremely soupy which has happened in the past with other Tiramisu attempts. Successful recipe!
Tonight I had leftover turkey burger patties from last night and I have several zucchini in my fridge I need to use up asap so I made this:
It was an incredibly delicious side recipe and again just so easy to make! It’s a new one that I’m glad to add to the collection! Great recipe!
Last night I premade these burgers and wrapped them in some Saran Wrap and put them in my fridge overnight so that I could come home from work today and throw them in the oven right away for an easy night! All I did was combine a pound of ground turkey with an egg, some Panko bread crumbs, sundried tomatoes, feta and chopped spinach. After it was thoroughly combined, I formed the mixture into 6 patties. I cooked them at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes a side, or until the center was at 165 degrees. Great meal!
Today I made this Quinoa Enchilada Casserole:
I was looking for something easy to do that would give me a lot of leftovers throughout the week, and it was a perfect meal for that! It sss great on a bed of lettuce, and next going to try it in street taco shells! Good meal!
For dinner today, I first roasted an acorn squash at 400 degrees for 45 minutes. I cut it open (the wrong direction) and brushed it with olive oil and sprinkled some salt, pepper and oregano in it and then threw it in the oven.
After that, I cut up a pear and sautéed it in coconut oil and cinnamon until the pear cubes were soft and warm. I threw the pear slices in with some small cut up kale and a homemade pumpkin seed, almond and granola mix and then sautéed all of that until the kale wilted down. I also drizzled some agave and pomegranate vinegar in the pan to coat the kale.
When the acorn squash was done, I simple threw some of the warm kale salad in to the squash and it was good! I really loved the kale salad but I wish I had sprinkled some brown sugar and coconut oil in the acorn squash to go with the sweet fruit salad instead of the savory spices but will just have to do it next time!
My sister bought me a pasta machine for Christmas last year and I tried once to make pasta and it was the most frustrating meal of my life! After doing some more research and building up the courage, I decided to try again using help from these websites:
I followed the first recipe and used a 1:1 ratio between the semolina pasta flour and eggs. I still struggled with crumbly dough that wouldn’t come together when trying to knead it and added about 1/8 cup of water which helped, but I’m guessing I could have used more because it was still really hard when I wrapped it to put in the fridge for 30 minutes. Then, when running the pasta through the rolling machine, the dough would break and tear a lot so I had to fight it but eventually got some noodles to come out! Still need lots of practice and figuring out the right method to putting together the perfect pasta dough, but I have to say this time was really darn tasty!!
I also cooked up some shrimp and made a Marsala wine sauce with some onions, garlic, butter, Marsala wine and a sprinkle of flour to thicken it up.
It was a long process, but all worth it!