Try this simple and frugal version of lentil soup. It makes a great lunch or dinner.
A less-extravagant version of a classic summer sandwich.
Many Lenten casseroles and soups call for vegetable stock, and I can’t see the sense in buying cans of vegetable … More
Easier than rolled enchiladas: fill with whatever you like.
Leftover magic at its finest turns Christmas dinner into comfort food.
I live in New Jersey, the home of the 24-hour diner where you can get breakfast all day long. Breakfast … More
The only thing difficult about this recipe is the spelling! It tastes almost exactly like Veal Milanese but without the big price tag, and it’s 4-ingredient simple. I can’t promise that the kids will like it as much as chicken tenders, but it is pretty child-friendly and cooks in just a few minutes.
The best summer salads are quick to put together, without a complicated list of ingredients. Next time you make tortellini for dinner, cook extra and save the rest for this easy salad that’s a lunch in itself or a simple dinner side.
This recipe for Arroz con Pollo may not be authentic, but it was easy to make and tastes terrific! Try this variation on a Spanish favorite today.
Here’s a deliciously frugal way to use up leftover mashed potatoes: turn them into a lasagna that tastes just like homemade pierogi, with a fraction of the work.