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So I am trying to find things to make that arent to hard or time consuming and I realized that my menus are VERY limited! lol So if people could share any recipes they have for lunch or dinner items that are not too difficult (Im not a great cook) I would really appreciate it!
One recipe I am looking for that I have no clue how to make is egg salad for sandwhiches. I used to love eating these in school, but I have no clue how to make egg salad for them...but trust me ladies I will take any ideas you have! The only thing I do not like is sea food and DH is actually allergic to most so we will avoid that.
I boil eggs, then peal them and put them in a container and smash them up. I add light mayo (as much as you like), I do a small squirt of mustard for taste and color and then I add I spoonful of pickle juice. Chill for 5 minutes.
(I do all of the ingredients to taste so I really cant give you measurements)
It makes the best egg salad. (Well that I love!)
I have several other easy recipes.
Like for pot roast, Taco Soup and even Taco Salad. Let me know if your intreasted and I can either post them here or email them to you.
Tabitha & Ryan; Married on Saturday, April 17, 2004 -TTC #1 for 7.5 years. Missing our Angels...
Dx with PCOS at age 14.
Miscarriage in June 2006
2 cycles of Clomid 50mg
1 cycle of Clomid 100mg resulting in miscarriage
Dx with Adenomyosis on 1/28/10
Clomid 150mg 4/30(day 3) - 5/4(day 5) Ultrasound on May 10th.
5/10 - Ultrasound showed 2 perfect follies! (15mm&17mm) Ovulation predicted within 6 days! Progesterone check ordered for 5/20.
5/27 - New round of Clomid started, no ultrasound this cycle, 2 more cycles planned on our own. If no bfp, onto next step!
6/27 - Round 3 Clomid 150mg started.
7/25 - AF Showed, starting final round of Clomid 150mg on CD3
8/21- AF Showed, In the process of finding a new RE
*Waiting to see our new RE
easy mac and cheese
cook and drain mac.
then add a tablespoon or so of butter, abig handful of shredded cheese and a splash of milk.
way better than any box.
cook egg noodles and drain
brown 1lb beef
dice onion, green pepper, mushrooms(pretty much whatever you like)sautee with beef
salt pepper and garlic to taste drain beef and veggies
1 can cream of...what you have mushroom,or celery soup mix all together and a hand full of shredded cheese you can also use frozen mix veggies
2 lbs. Ground Beef
2 Cans Rotel Tomatoes (1 mild/1 spicy)
2 Cans Chicken Broth
1 Can Pinto Beans
1 Can Black Beans
1 Can Kidney Beans
1 Can Whole Corn
1 Can Hominy
1 Envelope Taco Seasoning Mix
1 Envelope Hidden Valley Ranch Seasoning
1 Green Pepper
1 Clove Garlic
Brown meat, onions, green pepper, and garlic. Drain off all grease. Add all the rest and juice and cook 45 minutes to 1 hour on low. Add more chicken broth if not “soupy” enough. Serve with cornbread. Can Freeze. Really good!
I use onion powder and garlic powder instead of the actual thing when cooking. It freezes wonderfully. If you don't like one of the items, like I don't like hominy, so I don't put it in. That's the beauty of the recipe.
For my Taco Salad..
I cook my ground beef (1 or 2 pound) with a pack of McCormick's Taco Seasoning.
Then on a plate, I put Cool Ranch Doritios, lettuce, avacado, Pace Picante sauce, the meat and then add cheese. I love it.. you can add as many toppings as you want or as little as you have in the fridge. Main thing is Meat and Doritios.
In a crock pot
Put Meat (whatever you want... shoulder, roast ...whatever is on sale)
cut red potatos, baby carrots (again as many as you want)
1 package of Envelope Hidden Valley Ranch Seasoning
1 can of Chicken broth.
1 cup of water (can omit if you don't want alot of gravy)
Start for 1 hour on high then put down to low for the rest of the time. I usually put it in before work and when I get home its done... (leave home at 8:30 am and get home around 6 PM... or later)
Best part is you can do a whole chicken with the same recipe above and when you get ready to eat it ... it will fall of the bones... its so yummy!