I love fast, easy to make dishes now more than ever since we’ve added to our family. I also love customization. As a vegetarian who is married to a non-vegetarian, it is key to have meals that we can customize to our own preferences. In this case, we went vegetarian on these crispy tostadas. However, you can easily add meat to these or more veggies. This dish is truly adaptable to whatever you feel like! Not to mention it only takes about 10-15 minutes from oven to table! Continue reading
First, I want to apologize for my blog lately. I haven’t been able to post a new recipe in a while, which I feel extremely bad for. However, I have a recipe this week that I just have to share with you. This recipe will make up for the lack of activity on my blog lately, I promise. If you are looking for a delicious recipe to try, I have one for you.
I have a confession to make. I haven’t actually made a soup for Soup Sunday in a few weeks. Things have been a little hectic around here as the school year comes to a close. However, I have saved a Soup Sunday recipe from a few weeks back to share with you all. I’ve made this recipe a couple times, and each time it was delicious.
You all know how much I love easy recipes. Combine an easy recipe with something saucy, cheesy, and filling and I’m interested. Very interested. I also love classic dishes with a slight twist to them. So, I wanted to share a very classic dish, spaghetti with red sauce, but made in a slightly different way.
I haven’t posted a recipe from Soup Sunday in quite a while. So, it’s about that time to share another delicious and easy recipe for a soup I love. Now, I’ve posted a couple other soups that may seem similar to this one. However, I promise this soup is really different. I have made a couple tomato soups before, and both were great successes. This soup combines a wonderful tomato flavor with the interesting texture of quinoa.
It’s no secret I love one pot meals. I’ve made quite a few on this blog because they are just too easy. It’s really easy to take traditional favorites and re-make them into one pot dishes. This post is no exception to that. Lasagna is one of my favorite Italian dishes. I’ve even made one on this blog. However, sometimes I don’t like layering the ingredients because I get lazy. This one pot lasagna fixes that challenge.
Easy, cheap meals are very important in my life. Sometimes I can make the more involved recipes. Other times I don’t have longer than to throw something in the oven or into a skillet. So, I like to have a variety of recipes that fit different situations and occasions. Once again I channeled my love for brinner into this recipe. However, this made delicious leftovers for breakfast, and it can easily be made quickly in the mornings.
Sometimes I have to admit that I get bored with very simple recipes. I’m not saying they aren’t delicious in their own right, but occasionally I get bored and feel the need to jazz up my recipes. So, you may know I love Mexican food, in particular enchiladas. I usually order cheese enchiladas from any Mexican restaurant I go to. I also have a recipe on here for Skinny Cheese Enchiladas. Don’t get me wrong, I love cheese enchiladas. But even Samuel and I agree that sometimes those get boring.
Once upon a time ago, I hated broccoli. My mom was a broccoli with cheddar cheese sauce fan when I was growing up, but I just couldn’t eat it. If I can’t eat a vegetable smothered in cheese, it’s probably not meant to be, right? Well, fast forward to last year. I saw a recipe for a broccoli and cheddar soup. It actually looked really good. So, I wanted to try it for Soup Sunday. I can’t tell you enough how worried I was about making a big batch of broccoli and cheddar soup. I mean, I hate broccoli right? Well, this soup changed my tune on broccoli.
There has been an ongoing battle in my household for a few years now. I must tell you, this post is hotly contested in my household. Samuel and I are at a strong disagreement over what “Indian tacos” are actually called. I have grown up calling and hearing these fried breads Indian tacos. Samuel, on the other hand, has grown up knowing these as Navajo tacos. I have never, ever heard Indian tacos called Navajo tacos. So we continually bicker over what these should actually be called. I’ve heard others just refer to them as fry bread. No matter the name, I’ve come up with an easy and delicious way to make them.