Thursday, October 15, 2009

Brief Recipe Swap - Super Easy Recipes


Chicken Salsa Crock Pot Recipe - Juli Dimos

Put chicken, and a jar of salsa in a slow cooker and cook. Server over whole-wheat pasta or brown rice.

Pulled BBQ Pork - Rebecca Leslie

Buy a small pork shoulder and put it in the slow cooker all day on low and then break it up (It pulls apart so easily) and add bbq sauce and put on buns. Serve with baked beans. SO GOOD! (I buy the pork at Costco and break it into smaller pieces and freeze it.)

Chicken Mash Up - Erin Salsberry

Throw a huge can or two (probably 2 for your fam, more for company or leftovers) of freakishly processed and cubed chicken and a can of cream of something soup into the crock pot. Cook on low all day (or just all morning on high, it only needs to heat up since the chicken is already cooked). Break up/shred the chicken, add salt and pepper if you want and serve on buns. I'm sure there is a recipe out there somewhere, but I just guess and add stuff until it looks right.

One Pot Meal Polish Sausage - Brandi Wittmer

polish sausage, cubed potatoes, and green beans. Add the amounts you think your family will need, cover with water, and cook until the potatoes are tender. I slice the sausage, and when I use canned beans, I dump in juice and all. I usually serve it with cottage cheese and buttered bread. My kids love it! My daughter can even do this one without help

Emily Clark's Weekly Menu

1) taco salad with crushed chips (tortilla or doritos) on top
2) grilled cheese with tomato and any soup
3) salmon in a pan (buy "Magic Salmon Seasoning" or use lemon pepper and a little wine), rice and salad
4) shrimp linguini and salad
5) veggie quesadillas (mushrooms, squash, etc) with avo, salsa and s.crm. Maybe a can of beans.... Read More
6) mac-n-cheese and steamed broccoli/cauliflower
7) meatball hoagies (frozen meatballs, marinara, mozzarella) and sliced fruit or veggies


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