This dutch oven chicken cacciatore is nearly a dump recipe. Add everything to the pot and let it simmer until it’s irresistibly delicious.
Lasagna might be the ultimate comfort food. By adding the veggies right into the cheese mixture that gets layered into the lasagna, I’ve turned our favorite comfort food into a single serving-dish meal, making it even more appealing to serve more often.
Italian sausage and peppers is a great weeknight dinner recipe to have in your recipe rotation. It’s simple to make, has just a few ingredients and can be done completely in your slow cooker on nights when you need a make ahead meal.
Like a spaghetti lasagna, this recipe has the pasta, sauce, cheese and sausage baked in one dish. Baked spaghetti is a classic dish reinvented that will quickly become a family favorite dinner.
The flavors of curry and ginger spice up this healthy soup for a one pot dinner the whole family will love. A taste of Asian fusion without the heat and packed with lean protein and vegetables.
Don’t be fooled by the name; this isn’t your typical slow cooker recipe with curried sausages. We’re talking about crumbled sweet sausage, zucchini and carrot coins, and slices of onion, all coming together in a cozy, comforting blend. But what really sets this dish apart is the earthy, warming kick of curry, with just a hint of spice.
Casserole recipes become family traditions for a reason. They are handed down for generations because they are generally an easy to make, one dish meal that truly satisfies taste buds and bellies at the end of a long day. This simple Cheesy Chicken and Casserole will be one to keep.
This Corn and Squash Chowder is creamy but not heavy. Made with a chicken broth base it is the perfect balance of airy and hearty. It’s also kept fresh by not adding a ton of spices and seasonings. The corn and squash get to shine as the main flavors of this soup.