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Tuesday, February 26, 2008

What's For Dinner Wednesday

Same as last week, I am going to post one of my favorite quick dinners in hopes that some of you will either link your favorite recipes or type one up under the comments tab (if you don't have a blog).

Alfredo Pizza
To make alfredo sauce:
1 pint of heavy cream
1 cup parmesan cheese
1 stick of butter

Melt the butter in a sauce pan then add heavy cream and cheese. Heat thoroughly making sure not to boil (it'll seperate the cream) but just to melt the cheese.

The pizza:
1 box frozen spinach (thawed and squeeze out as much liquid as you possibly can)
1 rotesserie chicken from the grocery store deli- white meat boned (save the rest for another meal) (you could boil your own chicken breast and shred - this is just a "quick trick"
1 can of Pillsbury pizza dough (from the refrigerated section)

Follow the directions for the dough on the can (pre-bake the dough as directed).
Spread the sauce, chicken and spinach over the pizza dough. Last, cover with mozzerella and bake as directed on dough label.

This is SOOO good and literally the easiest thing you can make! My husband DEVOURED it!! So much better than ANY take out.

NOTE: You could use homemade pizza dough but I like this kind and it is FAST - so great for a meal I need to whip together after work.
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Now it's your turn! Do you have a great recipe to share? Post it on your blog and then come back here and leave your link! I can't wait to try some new recipes!

2 Comments:

Susang said...

Here is one of our family favorites:

Santa fe Stew

1 lb lean ground beef (or turkey)
1 onion, chopped
1 pkg taco seasonings
1 pkg dry Ranch seasonings
2 large cans diced tomatoes, undrained
1 can Rotel tomatoes, undrained
1 can black beans
1 can pinto beans
1 can kidney beans
1 can nibblet corn
Brown meat and onion. Drain. Add seasonings. Drain beans and corn. Add to meat along with tomatoes. Simmer until well blended and hot. Eat and enjoy. Add a bit of grated cheese or sour cream and this simple soup is perfect for cold nights.

Amy said...

That sounds delicous! I might have to make that for one of my potlucks that I have to go to. Thanks for the idea!