Features of the Shrimp Tacos
- Cooking Skill level: Easy
- Cooking time: Under 30 Minutes
- Taste Impression: Want to take your mouth to Cabo?
If I don’t have much time and need a tasty dinner, this is the one for you. This marinara sauce is homemade and is one of my under 35-minute dinners. It also has all the same great flavors as a pasta sauce that was slowly cooked for hours! The turkey bacon adds a perfect, salty, smoky flavor.
The Parmesan Cheese Pasta is a recipe near and dear to my heart. This is one of my late Aunts recipe, she was one amazing home cook. I always had such a wonderful time getting to be with her in the kitchen. She would tell me stories and give me advice while preparing some of the most delicious meals I’ve ever had. One of her best cooking tips to me was ‘always use enough butter’ 🙂 I miss her dearly and think of her often when I am making this pasta recipe.
If you don’t like butter or cheese then this is not the dish for you. The butter not only adds loads of flavor but keeps the paste from sticking together. There are only 4 ingredients, and the great thing is It’s only a few more than your normal pasta. Come with me as I show you one of my memory lanes.
Keeping with the breakfast theme, I bring to you my Breakfast potatoes recipe. The potatoes have a few step to making them but, it is worth the time! I usually make these the night before. They are easy to warm up in a pan. Great for family get together or brunch, it makes a big batch.
Last week I didn’t get to post. I was at my other job (sub teacher at in home preschool.) So I’m back this week and here is the third casserole in the series of on-the-go Breakfasts. This recipe has only 7 simple ingredients, most of them you probably have in your kitchen already. These meals are also great for dinner just, add some rice and a salad and you will have a meal done in less than an hour.
Here is the next in the series of on-the-go Breakfasts. This one has to be one of my favorites. I just love the spinach and feta cheese combo and the hint of oregano. Oh, so tasty!!
In other news, it has been a crazy week here at our house, the refrigerator went and it’s now sitting in our kitchen like a big empty coffin. Luckily we have a small back up fridge that now has become part of the living room ambiance.
The next day as I was using the kitchen sink it fell apart like a collapsing skeleton. Some how a stabilizing ring that holds the whole thing together decided to give way…what a mess. On the other hand, I didn’t have to do dishes for a few days (life always seems to be a give and take). With fingers crossed here’s hoping nothing else in the kitchen fails or dies 😉
Thank you for listening, time to move on and make this recipe.
For the next three weeks, on the blog, I will be showcasing breakfast that you can make in advance. Easy recipes that can be made the night before and are simply to heat-up the next morning. They provide a healthy alternative for those busy mornings. Here at our household, we have a very early morning 4-am, so having a meal to warm up fast is a must and it has to taste good too 😉
This is the kind of recipe I love to make on a hot day. It is quick and easy plus because the oven isn’t on, I don’t end up getting cooked myself in a hot kitchen on a hot day :-). Choose your favorite fish or any other to put in this fish taco’s recipe.
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This rice takes about 30 minutes to make and you end up with a perfect vegetarian side dish. I also use this rice is in my burritos or for a quick dinner. I will add it to a bowl with beans, cheese, and top with avocado.
A perfect salad for the warm weather to come. Great for potlucks and picnics. This salad can be served warm or cold. I use the pasta salad as one of my regularly planned vegetarian lunches. I will pack it in a Tupperware for my husband’s lunch.