Trying to limit your contact with the general public during this pandemic? Here are some easy (ready in about 30 minutes or less!) pantry dinners made primarily with staples from most kitchen cupboards.
I get it, things are a little scary right now. I'm in an at-risk group myself. I've come to the realization that I'll have to celebrate my 40th birthday (which is later this month) sometime in the summer, which sucks, but it's for the greater good.
In the meantime, make the most of the family time, try not to drive each other too crazy, and limit your interactions with the general public to only those that are absolutely necessary. I know it can get boring eating the same old meal, day in and day out, so here are some some new options for easy pantry dinners to liven things up.
Boneless chicken pieces marinated in a robust Italian dressing are then browned in bacon drippings with onion for added flavor. The fettuccine cooks in the Parmesan cream sauce until tender then dinner is on the table and ready to eat.
Bacon Wrapped BBQ Hot Dogs make an amazing addition to any summer barbecue party. These hot dogs are tossed in BBQ sauce, wrapped in bacon, and grilled to smoky perfection. To make it even better, they are topped with crispy fried onions.
Looking for the perfect and easy (not to mention healthy!) soup to make in your pressure cooker? Try this delicious Instant Pot chicken tortilla soup recipe! Cooks up in just 30 minutes with minimal prep time.
This simple White Bean Soup is both a hearty and healthy vegan soup. Flavorful and packed with kale, white beans, carrots, tomatoes and warm spices your family will be asking for seconds. Serve this soup alongside crusty bread and a side salad for a complete meal!
There is no better comfort food than this Chili with Pasta skillet meal. A comforting combination of ground beef, tomatoes, corn, and pasta come together with the perfect homemade chili seasoning to create an all in one meal you’ll love!
Creamy Parmesan Mushroom Chicken is an easy, one pan dish that’s ready in just 30 minutes. Tender chicken and sautéd mushrooms are tossed in a simple parmesan cream sauce. It’s fast, flavorful, and guaranteed to be a dinnertime favorite!
At less than 600 calories per serving for a really big slice, this ligtened-up salmon noodle casserole is so satisfying. Add a little green salad, and you have a wonderful and super easy weeknight meal.
These delicious Southern Salmon Croquettes are a quick and easy soul food classic done right! Nice and tender on the inside full of salmon flavor and aromatics, yet crunchy and delicious on the exterior from an irresistible cornmeal breading.