I found my chili dog side dish on Pinterest, and I was excited to try these out. They are basically conbread-stuffed jalapenos. The end result was great! I'm not a jalapeno fan, but Austin is, and he said they were awesome. These are a wonderful thing to make with chili, and they really were not that hard to assemble. Give 'em a try!
I was rushing around a bit come Tuesday of last week, so I decided to go "semi-homemade". I served this beef and broccoli from P.F. Chang's freezer section over a big heap of white rice.
This turned out to be "just ok". This was fine since we were in a time crunch, but I probably won't be buying it again.
I was back to full-fledged cooking on Wednesday. I gave this enchilada skillet, another Pinterest find, a try, and it was a hit! Austin liked it a lot!
|Here's the enchilada skillet|
I served this up with some fresh avocado slices and lots of corn. If you can't tell from my food posts, I LOVE me some avocado and corn. I think I serve those two things pretty much every time I make Mexican food.
The final thing I made last week included something that I'm kind of obsessed with at the moment: a sweet potato. I had a little bit of chili leftover, so I stuck that and some cheese on top of a tater. Good golly miss Molly. That was GOOD. At first, I wasn't sure about the combo, but it turned out really well. Try it out for a quick, simple dinner!
I hope everyone is having a happy hump day! Only 3 more days until the weekend and 8 more days until Spring Break!!!!