One-Pot Hamburger Adobo Dinner
My ex-husband grew up on the Pacific Rim and made this dish often. I'm going by memory, but I like this simple dish, and it's easy to clean up.
This recipe takes all the good things we love on pizza and combines them with egg noodles to form a great, one-dish casserole to feed your family.
One Dish Bourbon Chicken
This is a superb, easy dish. The slight sweetness of the bourbon mixes deliciously with the garlic and onion. Serve with rice, if desired. The sauce goes wonderfully with rice or pasta.
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Mennonite Cabbage Potato Kielbasa Bake
Hearty and delicious but simple Mennonite main dish. Tender cabbage shreds, diced potatoes, and savory kielbasa bake together in a creamy casserole.
Chicken Sweet Potato Skillet
A savory combination of chicken, sweet potato, and spinach is seasoned with sage, sweetened with pear, given a splash of whiskey for a kick, and topped with toasted hazelnuts. It makes a lovely fall supper!
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S.O.P.P. stands for sausage, onions, potatoes and peppers. This is a simple one-pot meal that tastes delicious, and is easy to whip up for your family in a pinch.
Spicy Unstuffed Cabbage
This is a huge hit at potluck suppers. You can adjust the spiciness to your own palate. I also think it just gets better the next day!
Easy Skillet Chicken a la King
Super easy! Serve over rice or a thick slice of a crusty bread if desired. For added richness, top with a dollop of fat free sour cream. Yummy!
Loaded Breakfast Skillet
Potatoes, bacon, onions, eggs, and shredded cheese make a hearty and delicious breakfast or brunch dish.
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One-Pot Crispy Chicken and Rice
This meal is so comforting and family friendly. My kids eat every morsel on their plates. This is also a super economical way to feed a family or a large crowd. Great served with green beans, broccoli, or a salad.
Chef John's American Goulash
One of my all-time favorite comfort food meals growing up was the beef goulash they served in my school cafeteria alongside a slice of buttered white bread and a carton of milk. Little did I know that it wasn't really goulash, but an Americanized version, invented to stretch a small amount of beef into enough food for a not-so-small family. This is one of those very simple dishes that does not taste simple--perfect for your weeknight dinner rotation.