I try to write a recipe. Keep in mind – Generally at this point with soups or chili, I just throw a bunch of stuff in a pot and see what happens. I read a few different recipes at the top of a Google search, and went from there. I am really bad at measuring stuff.
I tend to make soups slightly differently every time, but this seemed to come together quickly and it was very flavorful. I’d definitely do it this way again.
🥣 What are your favorite shortcuts for making tasty chicken noodle soup?
I was really hungry for ham n’ bean soup after the Christmas ham. I think it turned out well. This is more of a method than a recipe. Here’s what I posted on Instagram (edited for terrible typing and a clear blatant lack of proofreading/editing);
Please, let me know if you tried your own inspired by this one. Let me know if you do your own a totally different way. Let me know what I did right, or let me know what I did “wrong.” Thanks for reading!
This is an incredibly easy and delicious dinner or lunch. Well, the name’s misleading. Sometimes it’s not exactly nine cans. I’ll give you the recipe as it was given to me…
So, I made some really easy turkey noodle soup yesterday. It turned out to be pretty delicious, and I lucked out because a lot of the ingredients were on sale…
I wanted to try 2 things, the Ninja Foodi pressure-cooker function & steak in the chili. The steak was successful, the pressure-cooking was not so much.
First, the recipe. Then, the story. ‘Cause the other way around is a thing that everyone hates now. I don’t measure much. I had stuff from Aldi, Shop ‘n Save, & Giant Eagle by the time I was done. The kids helped. They have been into helping to cook lately. We like meatballs on the […]
I have heard them called many things. Funeral potatoes, cheesy potatoes, picnic potatoes. I like our name best. No idea where the recipe came from originally. I have been coming here to look for recipes and I noticed I hadn’t posted it here. I posted it on a blog I never really kept up with. How do you make them? What do you call them?