Pan-seared rib-eye steak and instant mashed potatoes-
Pre-heat a heavy skillet, add some fat, oil or butter, then slap two Angus ribeyes in there. sear for 7-10 minutes on each side over high heat. Meanwhile boil the water, milk and butter for the mashed potatoes.(directions are on the box)
There you have it- a meal fit for a king (or a queen)
The easiest no-bake cheesecake you will ever make. And, it is even more delicious than it is easy. read more
One medium sized head of broccoli boiled or steamed (healthier) with a can of Campbell's Chunky Cheddar and Bacon Bits soup (not so healthy) poured over the top, covered with grated cheese. Course not everyone will think this is a "recipe".
you will need:
1 skinless, boneless chicken breast (cooked and diced)
1 sweet red apple (diced)
1 small box of raisins
1/2 cup dried cranberries
1/2 cup of chopped walnuts
1 bag of fresh spinach or lettuce mix (or both)
Pour your choice of greens into a bowl add all remaining ingredients and top with your favorite salad dressing.
2 Tilapia Fillets - 5min brown rice- broccoli and cauliflower
boil rice and veggies in separate pans. when veggies are finished, drain and add 2 tsp of butter or butter substitute. add veggies to rice mix and add 2 tbs Worcestershire sauce. combine well.
Buy ziplock steam bags at walmart for single servings if cooking for the family bake
salt and pepper both side of the fish . I like adding cumin and chili powder too.
add 1 tsp of lemon juice to the steam bag. place in fish and put in microwave for 3 minutes. serve with veggies and rice.... amazing
5 minute home made strawberry ice cream yummm
1 (10 ounce) package frozen sliced strawberries
1/2 cup sugar
2/3 cup heavy cream
Combine the frozen strawberries and sugar in a food processor or blender. Process until the fruit is roughly chopped. With the processor running, slowly pour in the heavy cream until fully incorporated. Serve immediately (or you can freeze it for up to a week)
Who would believe that with only 3 ingredients plus salt & pepper this easy chicken entree could become a favorite company dish! Directions & photos. read more
An endless variety of pasta dishes can be made in half an hour. That's what I often do when short of time. A quick red sauce from canned, diced tomato takes just that long to simmer. The pasta itself is a matter of a quarter hour or less. A cream sauce, e.g. clam, is twenty minutes. That, a salad, and a piece of pane rustico is all I need.
I am not a cook (yet). I am hopeful that soon I will be a little bit of one.
Having said that, I couldn't help but answer this by saying, Jamie Oliver has published a book entitled just that, "Jamie Oliver's 30 minute Meals".
My family has tried some of the recipes in it, and they are pretty cool.
He has also made a TV show, with the same title, which I have watched.
But, to be fair to the intent of your question, I recon there are many recipes that Hubbers have that would not be in said book.
Ok AEvans try this out.
6 flour tortillas
1/2 lb pepperjack cheese
1/2 lb pepperoni sliced
butter for spreading
1/2 bell pepper diced
1/2 red onion diced
5-6 button mushrooms diced
In a big skillet melt a little butter place one tortilla in sprinkle on the cheese. Place the pepperoni in a circle from the center out, put on some of the veggies hit it with some more cheese, spread a thin layer of butter on a tortills and cover tortilla in the skillet. Cook until crisp flip it over do the other side. Repeat the process with the rest of the tortilla's
To give it some spiceyness you can pour some Chili Verde salsa into a small bowl and use for dipping sauce. Ole'
I just made this one up since I opened my email and this question was first on the list hope it meets with the rules of the question ")
Tasty, nourishing meals don't necessarily take hours to cook. These delicious recipes are all ready to serve within thirty minutes and there is one included on this page for every day of the week. read more
Rachael Ray, a cook discovered by Oprah Winfrey has written several book about thirty minutes meals. Search online could produce those recipes or log onto RachaelRay.com for recipes that can be made in 30 minutes.
This artichoke dip is super fast. About 5 minutes of prep time and 15 minutes in the oven. And its delicious.
http://bldganarchitect.hubpages.com/hub … ichoke-Dip
This is a super quick and easy recipe. The ingredients are rich and the result is a meal that everyone in my family enjoys. read more
Hi AEvans, I have lots of recipes but have decided especially for them, to create a new blog and leave Hubpages for recipes only. If you want to have a look, maybe you find my new site inspirational
This meal consists of only two dishes that use sweet potatoes, cheese, and noodles; is easy to make, and takes only 30 minutes at most. read more
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