This lo mein dish is a delicious alternative to takeout and can even stand on its own as a stir-fry if you omit the noodles.
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.
While not an authentic Hungarian paprikas by any stretch of the imagination, this slow-cooked dish is simple to make and family-friendly.
Here’s my version of the Catholic Foodie’s Sesame Tahini Cookies. They’re light, crispy and packed with protein.
These simple pita sandwiches can be served hot or cold and are quick to put together.
Shrimp is a speedy alternative to ground beef as a taco filling. Add your favorite toppings, including plenty of pico de gallo!
My kids call this recipe “little squares” because I make it with cubes of pork.
This recipe for Pork Carnitas gets a burst of flavor from chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. Chipotle Pork Carnitas Serves 12 … More
I learned to make this budget-friendly one-pot meal from my older son, who has become an excellent cook!