Fishing For Compliments? Make This For Dinner And See What Happens!
I Just Saw This Recipe In A Food Magazine And Thought I Would Try It Myself!
Want to know a little secret of a super busy mom. True confession time. When I am really not sure what I am fixing for dinner and need to stall a bit while I come up with something. I do this..really! So far it has worked pretty darned well so I am hoping that no one in my family ends up reading this.
I cut up an onion and mince a clove or two of garlic. Put some butter in a small pan and saute them over low heat.
As soon as my family walks in the house they pause for a huge inhale and say, “Something sure smells great in here!”
“Oh,” I reply, “I am just getting dinner ready!”
Bur the reality is that there have been quite a few times I had absolutely no idea what I was going top make.
This recipe really saves the day. Most of the ingredients I keep in the fridge and in the pantry and guess what? It really does start out with sauteed onion and garlic.
Now, if only dealing with the huge mounds of laundry was this easy to solve. Oh, well at least dinner will be awesome.
This is what Stacy of Six Dollar Family has to say about this main dish casserole.
“Does anyone else remember the days of tuna noodle casserole being served for dinner? It was that famous blue box, a can of peas and a can of tuna. I don’t know about you, but these days, my tastes are a bit more complicated.”
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Quick tip: Not a huge tuna lover? Go ahead and swap out for 3 cups of cubed or shredded chicken.
Recipe and image courtesy of Stacy at Six Dollar Family