When I was a kid, the word Casserole made me cringe. The ‘Tuna Surprise’ was anything but, and the ‘Bisquick Quiche’ was God awful. Let’s just say they weren’t really kid friendly. However, any good Parenting is about (attempting) to introduce your kids to new foods so they’re not eating Chicken Nuggets for the rest of their lives. As I’ve grown into an Adult, I’ve obviously learned that there’s all types of foods out there. Yes, there are even many types of ‘Casseroles’ as well, not just the aforementioned ones. I only wish I was introduced to this recipe as a kid.
What makes this recipe so rich in flavor is the combination of tomato sauce, sausage, and white wine. There’s a lot of little steps to this one. However, with proper preparation of your ingredients, you’ll be able to go through this one in less than an hour. Not to mention, it’ll be totally worth it once you taste it. You can also use this recipe on pasta as well!!
Here’s a great beginner’s recipe for broiling meat. These pork chops are simple to make, and have an equally as simple to make garlic cream sauce that goes with it!! I’m always afraid to broil, and don’t do it often at all. Broiling can get away from you really quickly, since it’s at such a high heat!! Therefore, I always stress caution to people to never go over the time a recipe says to broil anything, even if it’s ever so slightly. However, the result of broiling any meat is that it turns out so tender that it melts in your mouth.
Here’s another quick & easy skillet meal that takes no time to make!! You can serve this over rice, or egg noodles.
This recipe is one of my favorites recently. This one is not overly involved, simply put together, and tastes absolutely amazing!! It’s full of flavor, and the best part is you can cut the chicken breast up, and spoon it into a soft tortilla if you’d like. I garnished this dish with some Peperoncino salad peppers, and some cherry tomatoes which seemed to compliment it all the more.