These Buffalo Chicken Enchiladas were easy enough for a weeknight meal, and had the kids instantly drooling when they were greeted by the aroma. The pieces and parts can be prepped ahead, or the whole dish put together, refrigerated and baked when ready to serve.
Here’s a fresh simple pasta I threw together for lunch in no time. Spinach fettuccine pasta noodles were tossed with olive oil, olives, garlic, basil, a little butter, and lime zest, then finished off with a squeeze of bright lime juice for a simple, happy, light pasta dish. I’m thinking it would be mighty fine served as a chilled pasta too. Mighty fine, indeed.
Chowder is, without a doubt, one of those foods that says “comfort food.” This Fish and Corn Chowder I recently discovered over at Tasty Kitchen is no exception. The recipe is pretty basic and can be put together fairly quickly, which makes it perfect for any weeknight where a little comfort is needed…
The soup came together in no time and disappeared just as fast. Although this lighter version uses a reduced-fat milk instead of heavy cream, it was still mighty rich and creamy. Serve alongside a salad, and/or a baked potato for the perfect lunch, or low-key weeknight meal. I can’t see how you’d be disappointed with this one. It’s one totally satisfying soup.
We ran by The Fresh Market (where, by the way, I think you can find some of the best meat around) and hunted down the best looking, thick cut, Hereford rib-eyes we could find, seasoned them with salt, pepper, and the fancy Herbs de Provence, then shrugged a bit wondering if it would make a difference at all.
Well here’s one solution. I just tried an easy chicken recipe that I found at Tasty Kitchen. It’s called Lazy Chicken, and uses frozen chicken pieces and some seasonings to make dinner stress free. I wrote all about Lazy Chicken over at Tasty Kitchen, where you’ll find a full tutorial on prepping the recipe.