Post # 17
@allinoelle: Kind of lame but… turkey taco salad, salmon with roasted veggies, haddock with roasted veggies, turkey italian sausage and roasted tomatoes (we had this last night and it was yuuuuuuuummmmmmy. Lots of “roasted” things like sweet potatoes, squash, broccoli, cauliflower and garlic (not always in the same dish). I try not to do starches much so broc, cauliflower and garlic are my go to veggies.
Protein and veggies are the stars of dinnertime at my house.
Post # 18
Cheddar potato soup (http://healthycookingrecipes101.com/cheesy-potato-soup/), “holy yum chicken (http://www.tablefortwoblog.com/2013/02/06/holy-yum-chicken/) and potato leek soup (http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/emeril-lagasse/potato-and-leek-soup-recipe2/index.html)
I love soup. I also love my immersion blender. All recipes thanks to Pinterest, and things that are cheap and easy to have on hand. 😀
ETA: I also make broccoli chicken alfredo at least once a week with Knorr alfredo packets that I doctor up and Barilla spinach and squash rotini. *drool*
Post # 19
Lately its been a big pan of Chicken Enchiladas they`re super easy to make and taste awesome. I try and make a healthier option and use reduce fat cheese or cream cheese, chicken breast and whole wheat tortillas. They freeze great as well.
Post # 20
Oven baked chicken breast, boiled yukon gold potatoes and steamed veggies (either brocoli, carrots or red peppers).
Post # 21
We do tacos a lot. I make rice (Uncle Ben’s as well lol, but usually on the stovetop) and refried beans to go with them. And I always use ground turkey instead of beef. I’m not sure if it’s any healthier, but we prefer the taste.
Post # 22
Sweet potato turkey chilli (found on He&she eat clean website)
We literally make this once a week and it lasts for days. Somehow we never get tired of it 😛
Post # 23
Angel chicken, rotisserie chicken, and london broil done in the slow cooker.
Post # 24
@icanhearyousmile: The “holy yum chicken” sounds amazing. I might have to try that this weekend 😀
Post # 25
@prettyinpink11: Thanks for the website and recipe. I’m trying to get on the “eating clean” band wagon.
Post # 26
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rosehill Community Center
Definitely spaghetti. I love that it can be made from pretty much all canned/dried/frozen things, and once you toss the sauce into a pan it gets better if you let it simmer longer! Super easy.
During the summer, though, it was a steak and some assortment of veggies on the grill, often with a salad. We can easily share 1 steak and loooove grilled onions and peppers, so it is easy and quick.
Post # 27
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
Tacos, spagetti, tortellinis, and chicken stirfry.
Post # 28
We usually do a big meal once a week and have enough for leftovers.
Currently in our freezer for “go to” nights – veggie lasagna, chimichangas, chili, pasta with alfredo sauce. We also usually have a couple of pizza doughs – it’s just up to one of us to remember to take it out in the morning.