Why bother with the little packets from the store when you can whip this together using things you probably already have in your pantry. Three (and possibly only two) ingredients and you are good to go! Easy, tasty, and great in other recipes.
Who knew really good salsa was so easy? Just chop, stir, and enjoy. The key is to get perfectly ripe tomatoes.ja Fresh salsa is easy to make.
Most people have too many knives, and they tend to spend too much money on them. But a good cheese knife is essential, and at $4, this knife is certainly not going to break the bank.
This really isn’t a recipe, per se: it’s more of an advanced ingredient prep. It takes a while, but most of the work is in cutting up the onions. As long as you keep the heat fairly low, the onions can spend most of their time on the stove doing their own thing. Something really…
This is easy and fast—although it’s never fast enough when you are hungry! To make life easier on myself, I just used a can of biscuits from the store. But we’ll cover homemade biscuits at some point in the future. Comfort food at its finest. Have a question? Please feel free to leave a comment…
We’re experimenting with a new plugin that makes it easy to print out just the recipe. I’m not sure if I like it, but we’ll see. Finally! An easy way to make one-pot pasta where you don't have to boil the pasta! This nutrition information is only approximate, because the nutrition calculator doesn’t take into…
I was super excited to see the red bag chicken. And it is delicious!
Another quick Aldi haul. I just love how I can get in and out really quick and everything tastes great.
There’s nothing better than tender, spicy chicken served over rice to absorb all that sauce.
I love these for weekend breakfasts!
What’s the best way to cook a frozen French bread pizza—in the regular oven, the microwave oven, or the air fryer? Let’s find out! Also, please keep in mind that these sat on the counter for about ten minutes before I cooked them.
Guac is extra? Not any more!
What’s better than pork cutlets? How about pork cutlets in the air fryer? Less fat, less mess, more flavor. Oh, yeah! Until now, making pork cutlets has always meant a lot of cleanup because frying them on the stove uses a lot of oil. No more!
Just another quick trip into Aldi…