My mother-in-law makes the family definitive spaghetti. It is very involved, completely from scratch, and not at all like spaghetti in my mind. For one thing, it’s mostly meat and low on sauce. It is flavorful, delicious, and comforting, and not the way I make it.
This here is MY spaghetti.
To braise is to fry your meat quickly on the outside then slowly cook or stew the meat, covered, so the interior is tender and juicy. You can do this on a stove or you can make your life super easy by using your crock pot. Guess which way we’re doing this week? Yep, the easy way.
Hungarian goulash is one of those meals that gluten free gals can never eat in a restaurant. But it is so easy to make at home that I cook it often. As often as possible. Like now.
One of my long-time favorites is Pepper Steak. Lo and behold, I found this great recipe in one of her cookbooks a while ago, and we love it just as much if not more.
For the past few months, I’ve been making soup for lunch every Tuesday. Because we attend choir far away in the evenings, supper is brown-bagged. A hearty, warm soup makes me feel like the day was not a culinary waste. I just love soup. This one is really stupid-easy. So glad I happened upon this can’t-miss recipe. Once you get the onions sliced, there is no time to it. Don’t sweat over the broth, either. If you have homemade broth, more power to you. You can just as easily use the canned kind or make it from bullion cubes. Just make it, already! Get more recipes each week! Your ordinary supper is an extraordinary memory with your family. Get free family-friendly recipes each Friday by joining Ordinary, Extraordinary Meals.