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1. Fish Taco Bowls from The Live-in Kitchen. This is a recipe that Anne recommended, and she said it was a favorite at her house. I make a lot of similar Tex-Mex style rice bowls and they're always a hit. This one, with spicy seared fish (I used tilapia), was no exception. I love how adaptable these types of recipes are; it's so easy to change-up based on what's in the fridge or what your favorite things are. We'll be making these again for sure!
2. Mini Pizza Pockets from Six Sisters Stuff. You know me and my never-ending search for more ways to combine bread, cheese, and pepperoni. This recipe is a keeper, not only because it was cheap, easy, and good, but also because Jona liked it too. Cue the angel choirs. I'm thinking next time I try this one I might just have to hide some veggies in these pockets (or at the very least puree some carrots into the tomato sauce).
3. Gluten Free Breakfast Casserole from Iowa Girl Eats. I'm always pumped to have breakfast for dinner. I love breakfast...savory, sweet, it's all good. This casserole, which combines hash brown potatoes, sausage, eggs and cheese was so simple to make. It was a plate-full of some of my favorite breakfast fixings, all rolled into one.
4. Baked Chicken Parmesan Meatballs in Tomato Cream Sauce from Annie's Eats. In my opinion, nothing says "I love you" like meatballs. I don't know what it is, but to me meatballs have become one of the ultimate comfort foods. These, which I made with ground turkey, were moist, flavorful, and just about melted in my mouth. Oh, and then they're covered in delicious melted mozzarella and nestled in tomato cream sauce. Swoon.
What are you having for dinner tonight?
Have you made anything yummy lately? I'm going to do another Weekly Eats linkup on Friday, February 27. I'd love it if you shared your kitchen creations!
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