The slow cooker is a wonderful tool for helping prepare dinner on a busy weeknight, but most recipes are only for the entrée. I love this recipe because it’s for a complete meal in the slow cooker that takes care of itself while I’m at work. All I need to do is come home and serve it. Actually, there’s other one step that makes the ribs prettier, but it’s completely optional.
Oven Roasted Barbecued Chicken with Rainbow Carrots and Potatoes is another in our series of one pan roasted dinners. It’s easy to assemble and takes care of itself while it bakes. This means that Oven Roasted Barbecued Chicken with Rainbow Carrots and Potatoes is a perfect recipe for a busy weeknight.
Roasted Onion and Mushroom Burgers with Potatoes is a one dish meal that gets a family friendly dinner on the table in no time. It’s simple, delicious, and is the perfect meal for a busy weeknight. I created this meal when my family requested burgers and roasted potatoes, but the burgers were still frozen, and my attention was needed in other places besides the kitchen.
What do you do when you have leftover corned beef? The answer is simple–make Corned Beef Hash. I confess that we usually get our corned beef hash from a can, but it’s very easy to prepare from scratch, and it uses up St. Patrick’s Day leftovers. Once you try the homemade version, you may never go back to eating the canned stuff.
Polynesian corned beef is one of our favorite ways to have corned beef. The recipe gets its name from the pineapple juice in the glaze that is spread generously over the corned beef both before and halfway through the baking time. It’s also so named because Mustard-Pineapple Corned beef just didn’t have the same ring to it. Baker’s Man is not a big fan of corned beef, but he really likes corned beef prepared this way.
Saint Patrick’s day is nearly here. That means corned beef and cabbage is on our menu. I know it’s not traditional Irish fare, but it’s an American tradition. Do you know what’s better than corned beef and cabbage? Corned beef and cabbage cooked in the slow cooker. It’s simple, delicious, and easy to prepare. Because corned beef brisket is a tougher cut of meat, it lends itself well to preparation in the slow cooker. Did I mention that it’s delicious?
I love that this meal is cooked in the oven in only one pan. I love that it cooks for 1 hour without requiring any of my attention. I love that it calls for leg quarters because they are usually the most inexpensive cut of chicken, so this recipe helps our family stick to our grocery budget. The best part is that it’s a delicious and family friendly meal, too.
Slow Cooker Stuffed Chicken and Potatoes is a simple and delicious recipe for a nearly complete meal from your slow cooker. A chicken is stuffed and “roasted” in the slow cooker atop a bed of russet potatoes. The end result is chicken, stuffing, and baked potatoes that are cooked while you’re at work. All you need to do when you come home is cook a vegetable or throw together a salad. Slow Cooker Stuffed Chicken and Potatoes allows you to have a fancy Sunday Dinner on a weeknight.
Are you looking for a simple and flavorful way to make potatoes? If you are, then this recipe for Roasted Onion Potatoes is perfect for you. Three ingredients and a hot oven are all you need to have a delicious and filling potato side dish to accompany whatever you’re serving for dinner.
This thick, rich, and filling Minestrone Soup is chock full of vegetables. Tomatoes, Italian seasonings, and beans are the stars of this soup,