I came up with this recipe one night when I had a giant craving for meatballs. I tend to be a pasta purist, just pasta and marinara sauce– boring, I know. But that night I had a hankering for meatballs and I knew I had ground pork in the fridge so I figured why not give it a shot? Going off the knowledge I’d gleaned from hours of Food Network marathons and Chopped episodes I managed to throw together a pretty tasty bowl of spaghetti and meatballs. I jotted down what I’d done and got to dining. A few weeks later I gave the recipe another go and found even without a craving the meatballs hit the spot nicely. Now I am proud to present the recipe to you.
Hi Guys! Recently I’ve been really into meal planning as I spent the first part of my summer living on my own. It was an eye-opening experience for me in terms of how much food costs and what it takes to eat well by myself. I’ve been cooking at home for years but I’ve never had to worry about budgeting food costs or worries about wasting food. If this sounds like you, I’ve got a 15 ingredient meal plan that will easily feed one person. Now the 15 ingredients do not include kitchen staples like olive oil, butter, or salt and pepper. As for the recipes, I’ve pulled together some basic recipes I make at home as well as some excellent recipes from around the web.
This tasty recipe is perfect for rainy days. It has rained a lot here in New England this week so chicken soup was the perfect choice for the rainy weather. This is a simple recipe that can be jazzed up to your liking. By cooking the chicken before making the soup it gets a great deal of flavor that can be lost if you cook it in the broth. This recipe makes enough for dinner and leftovers. The bonus with leftovers? The flavors have time to meld together and create an even more delicious soup.