Now that we aren’t at baseball or softball 4 nights out of the week, and the current sports are more manageable for dinners, I am cooking again. It was time to try out some recipes I found on Pinterest, so here are some tried and true ones for you.
- This was super good. I was up for a girlfriend’s weekend and Sunday breakfast was my meal to make. I purchased cherrywood smoked bacon and used some leftover diced ham from breakfast the morning before. I did NOT make the gravy. You don’t need it. This was plenty rich. I cooked it for fifty minutes and it could have baked a bit less, I think.
- This was a real winner, for the kids especially. I made it mostly per the instructions, only I used 1.5lbs hamburger (I get mine packaged that way at the butcher when we buy our annual 1/4 beef). I upped most of the ingredients and used a big skillet for this recipe. The cheese I used was Dubliner aged cheddar and mozzarella.
- Okay, so this one had a lot of modifications. I just threw everything in the crockpot, so no braising. I also didn’t add mushrooms (didn’t have them) or bacon (forgot to defrost). The bacon would have been a good addition. This was good. Not blow-your-socks-off good, but I would make it again. I made some fresh (from frozen dough…I’m no Betty Crocker!) rolls. My slow cooker cooks fast even on low, so I went home over lunch to plug it in. I put some frozen roll dough in a pan, and let it unthaw and rise. When I got home I pre-heated the oven, put the peas in the crockpot with some shredded cabbage and then cooked the rolls.
- I made this and ate this all by myself for lunch one day. I didn’t have Sriracha sauce, so I used hot sauce on it. It was yummy.
Hope this helps with dinnertime!