This Turkey Chili Spaghetti is two comfort foods served up in one bowl! Spicy turkey chili served over your favorite pasta (I used thick spaghetti noodles), topped with grated cheese, diced red onion, and a dollop of sour cream. With the addition of the toppings, this Turkey Chili Spaghetti becomes comfort food at it’s finest! …
I sure hope that including the “Whole 30 or W30 approved” in a post or recipe title is NOT scaring you off, because believe me, I’ve been eating delicious and satisfying meals, including this Shepherd’s Pie (W30 approved).…
Since the first of the year, I’ve been
wanting needing dinners that are hearty and filling, provide enough for lunch leftovers, and are Whole 30 approved. These meatballs were just the answer!
I was digging through my recipe box the other evening, and came across an old, torn out of a magazine, folded recipe page that included four different recipes. They all looked good, but the Polenta Pie caught my eye. It was the perfect recipe for what turned out to be a busy week. A few adaptations to the recipe (which must have been in my recipe box for at least 15 years), and an easy and delicious dinner was made. I’ll definitely be making my One Pan Mexican Polenta Skillet again! Quick, easy, delicious, and my husband loved it!
Do you have a favorite season? I’ve always been a warm weather summertime gal, but over the last few years fall has become my favorite!! The weather is still gorgeous but cool in the evening, it’s dark earlier, we’re starting to build fires, and the house is filled with the scent of fall spiced candles. And . . . . the way I cook begins to change. Less bbq’s and more soups, stews, and chilies! Don’t get me wrong, I love our summertime meals, but there is something about having a big pot of soup simmering on the stovetop or chili, like this Turkey Chili with White Beans cooking in the slow cooker.
It must be the beginning of spring, the warmer days, and longer evenings, that are screaming out to me to BBQ! I can’t seem to get enough of it right now and honestly, I’m not sure how I even get dinner on the table when it’s not BBQ season. These Tropical Turkey Burgers are exactly what I needed to this week. Sunshine and burgers!!
Wanting a burger, I opted for a slightly healthier version and decided on a Tropical Turkey burger. Lighter in the sense that it’s not beef. Hmmm, ok, disregard the “lighter” word, I added bacon. But it was really good and the bacon added to the deliciousness!!
This was a lick your fingers kind of burger. Both my husband and I commented that “if we ordered this in a restaurant, we’d go back and order it again.” Seriously, you all need to try this!! Get the napkins ready, it was oozing in Teriyaki Glaze!
I was kind of a crazy meatball lady when I made these recently. I decided to make a lot and freeze part of them, which resulting in a lot of meatball rolling and cooking. The end result, however, of meatball subs for dinner, and a couple of zip-lock bags in the freezer definitely made the time commitment worth it.
Meatballs are one of those recipes where you really don’t need a recipe and you can hardly go wrong with changing things up a bit. I decided to use a combination of ground beef and turkey, but I easily could have used one or the other, or even a combination of ground pork, beef, and veal (which by the way is also the traditional meatloaf blend). I personally don’t like using just ground turkey because I think they turn out a bit dry and the flavor isn’t quite there. But, if you don’t eat red meat, by all means, use just turkey.
Here is how we enjoyed ours the first night.
Yummy right?? Warm meatballs with melted provolone cheese on a toasted sandwich roll.