10 Minute “Microwave” Stir Fry

This isn’t your traditional stir fry since it is cooked in the microwave and not in a wok. However, how many times do you wish you had a quick, easy and healthy meal? If you don’t mind eating microwaved frozen stir fry veggies, then you will love this! If you would rather use fresh veggies, go ahead and stir fry […]

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Cajun Chicken or Turkey Pasta

Delicious Cajun Pasta that can be made completely on the stovetop, easily, with leftover Chicken or Turkey. This is a simple dish made with penne pasta in a cream sauce and topped with fresh parmesan cheese and diced tomatoes.   Ingredients   Prepare the pasta, al dente, according to package directions. Drain and set aside.   Place the chicken or […]

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Panera Bread Mac & Cheese

What a delicious copycat recipe of Panera Bread Mac & Cheese that is full of white cheddar and white American cheese. This is easy to make and it is made completely on top of the stove. This was very, very good and it takes less than 30 minutes to make. Source: Six Sisters’ Stuff Copycat Cooking   Ingredients   Cook […]

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Pizza Tortillas

Wow did these turn out amazing! They were really fun to make too. Keep in mind you can use any topping you would use on any regular pizza like onion, pepperoni, mushrooms etc. They can be eaten as a meal, as we did, or make them as a snack or appetizer. I made these while the grandkids were here and […]

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Mongolian Beef With Ramen Noodles

Mongolian Beef With Noodles is made with steak, carrots, broccoli, garlic and Ramen Noodles tossed in a delicious sauce and topped off with toasted sesame seeds. This is a quick and easy meal that I absolutely loved!   Another cooking class recipe by Chef Christal Jakopak. Like the other class food pictures, not the best quality pictures but the class […]

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Cajun Butter Pasta

A delicious Cajun Butter Pasta that is made with fettuccini, asparagus, garlic, parmesan cheese, white wine and cherry tomatoes tossed with just enough Cajun seasoned cream sauce. You can substitute chicken broth for the wine and any other vegetable for the asparagus if you want. Feel free to increase the Cajun seasoning if you like it spicy. This recipe is […]

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Frog Legs

Frog Legs that are marinated, lightly breaded, fried to a golden brown and drizzled with a delicious sauce. Do they taste like chicken as you have always heard? To me they don’t. My opinion is the little calf muscle is a very mild taste and the upper thigh reminds me of a mild fish taste. It wasn’t fishy tasting but […]

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Taco Zucchini Boats

Zucchini filled with taco seasoned ground beef, topped with tomato and smothered in cheese. Bake it in the oven and garnish with green onion for the perfect meal. When I stopped at the farm market I found small zucchini that were two for $1.00. It is the end of the growing season where I live so I thought I would […]

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Breakfast Enchiladas

A delicious Breakfast Enchilada meal. Tortillas filled with eggs, sausage, hash browns then covered in enchilada sauce and topped with cheese. Does it get any better than that? This is another recipe from a cooking class that I took. Pictures were difficult as I had a partner and although she was very understanding, Chef Christal Jakopak moved along very fast. […]

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Buffalo Chicken Salad

If you love Buffalo sauce like I do, try my Buffalo Chicken Salad. Packed full of Buffalo Chicken, lettuce, jalapeño pepper, green pepper, cherry tomatoes, Mexican shredded cheese and lime. You can add or remove any of the vegetables to make it to your own liking. There is so much flavor in the Buffalo Chicken it really doesn’t need a […]

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