Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Dinner Crib Sheet Revised

My most recent Dinner Crib Sheet!  Same ol', same ol'.  I think it might be time to add some different ones (though, they both still refuse beans of any sort, and Bud won't eat potatoes and Sis doesn't like casserole-type dishes.)

Dinner Crib Sheet

Chicken and Veggie stir fry—saute chicken, add veg and sauce--1 c stock, ¼ c soy, 2 T sesame, 1 T rice vinegar.  Soak Sai Fun noodles in hot water 10 min or serve over rice
Baked Chicken with rice and gravy—15 min @ 500F then 1 c water for 1 1/2hr @ 350 or 6 hr HIGH 2 1 c water  in crockpot; gravy--4 T oil + 4 T flour + 4 c broth
Chicken and Dumplings—dumplings: 2 c flour, 2 t salt, 2/3 c milk, with ½ c milk added to broth
Chicken Noodle/Vegetable/Tortellini Soup—NO tomatoes; add cheese and corn tortillas for Tortilla soup; Goya azafran for "Spanish" soup
Chicken Pot Pie—4T butter, ½ c flour, 4 c stock, veg, cooked chicken, crust @350F for 1 hour (or filling over noodles)
Soy Sauce Chicken and Rice—saute chicken and flavor with soy sauce
Baked Drumsticks —marinate in soy sauce then 1 hr @ 375F (breasts closer to 30 min)
Chicken cutlets—seasoned flour/egg & milk/breadcrumbs @350 for 30 m
Kebabs marinate—1/2 cups oil, lemon juice, soy sauce marinade

Ground Turkey/Beef (beyond tacos and chilli)
Meatloaf/balls—2 lbs beef/turkey, 1 egg, bread crumbs/oats, milk, soy sauce, seasoning, bake at 350F for 45 min
Goulash--saute onions and brown ground meat.  Boil pasta.  Make cheese sauce (I use 1/4 c each butter and flour; 1 cup milk or so, to favored consistency + approx 2 c grated cheese) Combine all ingredients and serve.
Stroganoff—saute onions and mushrooms, add ground meat and water, then sour cream; serve over egg noodles
Ma’s omelet—ground and scrambled egg

Smothered Pork Chops—sauteed with onions and seasonings (w/water for gravy)
Pork & Sweet Potatoes—2 lb roast+ 4 sweet potatoes, garlic, 1 c broth, 1 onion @ 6 hrs LOW in crockpot
Baked Ham—325F for 1 ½+ hours
Pork and Apples—sauté pork and cook with sliced apples
Roasted—pork chops, salt and pepper, broiled 5-10 min each side

Spaghetti Pie—1 c mozz, ½ c ricotta, ¼ c parm, 10 oz. frozen broccoli, ½ lb pasta
Fettuccine w/ cream sauce & ham—1 egg, 1 T milk, 1 T butter, ¼ c cheese--can be Parm or Mozz (can add asparagus or peas)
Mac and cheese--white sauce (equal parts butter & flour, add milk; I use 1/4 c each butter and flour; 1 cup milk or so, to favored consistency) + approx 2 c grated cheese + cooked pasta; optional bake in oven w/panko and cheese
Easy Marinara--28 oz Marzano peeled tomatoes + 5 T butter + 1 yellow onion peeled and halved; simmer for 45 min
Sausage Pasta—saute sausage, onion, peppers, seasonings, oil and toss in pasta

Breakfast for Dinner
Crepes-- 2 eggs, 1 c milk, 1 c flour, 1 T melted butter, 1 T sugar, ¼ t salt
Dutch Babies— 2 eggs, 1 t. oil, ½ c milk, ½ c flour, 2 T sugar, ¼ t salt, ¼ t cinnamon.  10min @ 425F; 5-8min @ 350F
Pancakes—mix plus 1 egg, 1 c milk, 1 T butter
Waffles--3 eggs, 1 c milk, 1/2 c butter, 1 T vanilla, 2 c flour, 1/2 t salt, 1 T powder, 2 t sugar

Other Dinners
Baked Potatoes—pierced, oiled, and salted for 1+ hr @350F (N won’t eat these)
Broccoli Noodle Soup—onions, 6 c broth, 8 oz noodles, 2 pkg frozen broccoli, 6 c milk, 1 lb cheese
Cowboy supper—layers of red potatoes, carrots, onion, sausage, bell pepper, cabbage in beer/stock
Brisket—4+lbs w/potatoes, carrots, onions, garlic, stock, 2 bay leaves on LOW 8-10
Welsh rarebit—8 oz cheddar, 3 T milk/ale, 1 tsp mustard poured on toast
Quiche--3-4 eggs, 2 big spoons sour cream, cheese, protein/nuts, veg (def. frozen spinach) in crust @ 350F for 45 min
Potato and Greens soup—butter, oil, leeks, kale/greens, potatoes (even chicken or beef), stock
Winter Veg Soup—kale, potatoes, white beans, diced tomatoes, stock
One Pan Dinner—chix breasts/pork chops, potatoes, broccoli, green beans etc, olive oil bake 350F for 30-45
Roast Veg—gb, asparagus, broccoli, potatoes, yams (w/brown sugar & cinnamon), carrots with oil and salt/pepper at 375+F for 30 mins+

Italian Wedding Soup—meatballs, stock, kale, orzo

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