Tag: easy lunch

Crab Fried Rice

Remember my Health Chicken Fried Rice recipe (search my Food tab)? Well, I put a spin on it with this Crab Fried Rice creation. It is super easy for seafood lovers, and it is definitely a hit for my family. This also makes the perfect leftovers. Ingredients Directions

Homemade Shredded Chicken Chili

No matter what season, I could make this delicious chili year-round. Add some fresh ingredients like avocado, cilantro, or sour cream, and my goodness. You have some yummy, cozy, flavorful chili that is sure to have leftovers. Ingredients: – 1 cooked rotisserie chicken, shredded without skin (I picked up one from Walmart, which was really…
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Garlic Butter Mussels

Whenever we eat out at an Italian restaurant, the first thing I look for on the appetizer menu is mussels. They are an acquired taste like oysters. If the sauce is flavorful, you cannot go wrong. Ingredients: 1 and 1/2 pound of mussels 1/2 cup dry white whine 1/4 cup chopped roma tomato 2 tbsp…
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Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo

This is one of the easiest yet flavorful chicken recipes that I make. It is even a hit with the pickiest of eaters. You can even swap out the chicken for shrimp if you do not eat chicken. Ingredients: 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts 1 lb fettuccine pasta 1 cup heavy cream 1 cup grated…
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Sweet and Spicy Sticky Shrimp

Any seafood lovers out there? This is a super easy recipe that is sweet and spicy. I was looking for something to do with the large shrimp we had leftover and with minimum ingredients. BAM, a yummy lunch. The boys enjoyed it, and needless to say, I had to make another batch. Ingredients: 1 lb…
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Bacon Deviled Eggs

Deviled eggs are such a yummy side. When I make them, I know for sure that I need to put at least 5 aside for myself because there won’t be any left. I’ve made these for years and decided to switch it up and add some crunchy maple bacon and chives on top this time.…
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Baked Maple Pepper Salmon

A while ago, I tried package salmon and got sick. One Sunday, during a grocery shopping trip, I spotted a honey pepper packaged salmon. I was so tempted to buy it but didn’t want to risk getting sick again. My husband said to me, “I know you can make that.” So after lots of trial…
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Korean Beef and Rice

This is one of my favorite “I don’t have much time, but I need something yummy” meals. The boys love this with jasmine rice, and I add sesame seeds and lots of green onion to mine. Ingredients: 1 lb ground beef 2 cups brown or white rice, cooked 1/4 cup low-sodium soy sauce 1/4 cup…
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Easy Cheese Board

My husband and I enjoy cheese boards as appetizers at some of our favorite dining establishments. Creating our own board with all of our favorite ingredients is an easy way to have the same belly joy in the comfort of our own home. Ingredients: 1-2 types of crackers 1-3 types of cheese 1 cup grapes…
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Colby Pepper Jack Patty Melt

This is a spin on my ooey-gooey Colby Pepper Jack grilled cheese I make with my Creamy Parmesan Tomato Soup (see previous recipes). Burger meets grilled cheese. Ingredients: 1 lb ground beef or ground turkey 6 strips of bacon 1/2 onion, sliced thinly 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce 1 tbsp ketchup 1 tbsp light mayo 1…
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Skillet Nachos

Don’t you hate it when you get past the top layer of nachos, and you’re left with dry, plain chips?  One day, I planned what to do with my crockpot pulled pork leftovers, and my husband had a great idea. Nachos! Dress them up any way you like and enjoy. Talk about delicious. Ingredients: 2…
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Crockpot Asian Rib Tacos

Oh yes! Another yummy crockpot recipe. It’s easy to toss ingredients in, set a timer, and let the food fairy take you to Flavortown. The next best thing to crockpot’s deliciousness is putting it into a tortilla. Yes, please! Fall off the bone, flavorful meat, with yummy, crispy toppings. Ingredients: 1 rack of baby back…
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