Leftover Corned Beef Hash
A classic corned beef dinner is one of the few meals my husband requests every year to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. While we all love the roast served traditionally with boiled potatoes and cabbage, we’re even bigger fans of the leftovers! Classic Corned Beef Hash is our favorite way to enjoy whatever is left of […]
For an autumnal spin on the classic egg-in-a-hole, try this. It’s great for breakfast-for-dinner night (or weekend brunch) and only requires about 5 minutes of hands-on time. Small to medium acorn squash work best. I’m suggesting you top these with “everything bagel” seasoning at the end, but good old salt and pepper works, too. Serve […]
Grilled Vegetable Frittata
If you hate wasting food (who doesn’t), this is a great way to use up any grilled vegetables from your last BBQ. Roasted vegetables work great, too. This Grilled Vegetable Frittata is jazzed up with smoked paprika for a bacon-y flavor without the bacon and nutritional yeast for a cheezey flavor without the cheese (and […]
Leftover Chili Baked Eggs
Stretch the last of the beef or vegetarian chili into a delicious new dinner by dropping in a few eggs. Leftover Chili Baked Eggs is the ideal “breakfast for dinner” situation and ready in about 15 minutes. Serve it topped with sliced avocado and warm tortillas or tortilla chips for dipping.
Roasted Pepper Shakshuka
Meet your new mid-week flavor pick-me-up, a la Roasted Pepper Shakshuka. This spin on the traditional Middle Eastern dish is smokey, full-bodied and warmly spiced, not spicy hot, thanks to fire roasted tomatoes, jarred roasted bell peppers (time saver!), and smoked paprika.
Shortcut Huevos Rancheros
This is the ultimate pantry meal for nights when dinner won’t cook itself and no one’s motivated to pick up take-out. Enter 3-ingredient Shortcut Huevos Rancheros that you can practically cook with your eyes closed. A can of black beans and jar of salsa transform breakfast-for-dinner night into a fiesta. Cilantro, green onions, and avocado […]