I am happy to be sharing this Garlic Lasagna Bread recipe today and hope that you like it as much as we did.
Many of the recipes that I create are inspired by my grandchildren.
This recipe for Garlic Lasagna Bread is a great example. Continue reading GARLIC LASAGNA BREAD
These Sausage-Spinach Lasagna Roll-ups are a great variation on lasagna. They are easy to serve and the leftovers freeze well.
Sausage-Spinach Lasagna Roll-ups
A mixture of ricotta, mozzarella, parmesan cheese, egg, baby spinach, and sausage spread on lasagna noodles. They are rolled up,covered with pasta sauce, topped with more cheese and baked. Continue reading SAUSAGE-SPINACH LASAGNA ROLL-UPS
Sharing my recipe today for a basic Pasta Meat Sauce that can be used in so many ways. The recipe makes a large amount, so it can easily be divided into containers and frozen for future use.
Pasta Meat Sauce
A thick meaty, sauce with sweet italian sausage, ground beef, onions, peppers, garlic, tomatoes, seasonings, and jarred pasta sauces. Continue reading PASTA MEAT SAUCE
This recipe for Spicy Sausage-Spinach Stuffed Shells is perfect for a quick dinner. It can also be made a day ahead of time,
adding to the convenience.
Cheese Spaghetti Pie
Cheesy Spaghetti Pie is an old time recipe that my family loves. It is baked in a deep dish pie pan with a crust of cooked spaghetti, a layer of ricotta cheese, topped with a homemade pasta sauce and covered with mozzarella cheese. Continue reading CHEESY SPAGHETTI PIE
Garlic Bread Pizza is a quick and easy recipe that your children and grandchildren can make in no time at all.
This Cheesy Garden Patch Spaghetti Bake will satisfy your craving for pasta as well as help to use some of the wonderful garden vegetables available this time of year.
If you have never tried a taco pizza, you must try this recipe and see what you have been missing.
I love all of the recipes that can be created from using 1 rotisserie chicken. For this post on my downsized cooking feature, I want to share a few of those ideas using a chicken.
These rotissere chickens are not only convenient, they are inexpensive. I buy mine at Sam’s and they cost $4.99. I only use the breast meat and this usually nets about 4 cups of meat. My husband likes to eat the legs. I bought this last weekend and made 4 different meals that were enough to feed 2 people. If you prefer more meat in any of the dishes, you can still make 3 of the 4 dishes.
I serve these meals with a salad or vegetable.
When I go to Sam’s, I usually buy 2 of these chickens. We eat part of it for supper that night and then I make another dish from the remaining meat. I cut the meat off of the second one and put it in smaller freezer bags for future use. I like to make chicken salad from the rotisserie chicken but when I do this, I make it while the meat is still warm so that the flavors blend better. The possibilities of recipes are endless but I want to share some of the comfort foods that I made last weekend.
- 2 frozen biscuits, baked
- 2 Tablespoons butter
- 2 Tablespoons flour
- 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
- 1/4 teaspoon coarse black pepper
- 1 1/2 cups chicken broth
- 1/2 cup half and half (or whole milk)
- 1/2 can cream of chicken soup
- 2-3 drops yellow food coloring
- 1 cup rotisserie chicken breast, shredded or cubed
- 1 cup prepared mashed potatoes
- Melt butter in medium sized saucepan or dutch oven over a medium heat. Add the flour, salt and pepper, whisk together until smooth.
- Slowly whisk in the chicken broth, half and half, soup and food coloring. (Start with 1 drop and add desired amount). Stir in the chicken. Reduce heat and simmer over a low heat until mixture thickens, stirring frequently.
- Remove from the heat. Serve with hot biscuits and mashed potatoes.