This really needs to introduction, it’s easy, simple (like every other recipe I post!!) and it is a perfect thing to have on the ready for packed lunches.
1 box bowtie pasta
1 large english cucumber
2 cups Italian dressing (more or less depending on your taste)
3/4 cups kalamata olives
1 cup feta cheese
1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese
Cook pasta according to directions.
Dice all of your vegetables.
Throw into a large bowl and mix it all together! TA-DA!
I found this was best when served cold and it made a great thing to put in individual tupperware containers to take for lunches. I was getting so tired of bringing sandwiches for my lunch break, so this was a nice change and I had a large batch to keep me going!
Making buffalo chicken pizza is a favorite of mine. This recipe is exactly that but rolled all up into a loaf of goodness!
The best part is that it is as easy as throwing a bunch of toppings onto some pizza dough!
2 breasts cooked and chopped chicken
2 cups shredded cheese (I used mexican blend, because I always have it on hand and some mozzarella I had as well)
1 can pillsbury pizza dough
1/2 cup Franks Red Hot Buffalo Sauce
1/3 cup ranch dressing
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees
Once you have chopped and cooked your chicken add 1/4 cup buffalo sauce to the pan and let it simmer all together for a few minutes.
Press our your pizza dough onto a baking sheet and spread it with the rest of your buffalo sauce and ranch dressing. I love condiments so I really just eye-balled it on how much I was in the mood for.
Start at the skinny edge and fold over the dough and keep rolling it until it is in one big loaf. Make sure to press the edges together as you go to keep from losing any gooey goodness.
I was a bit nervous about halfway through that the dough would start to rip as it was pretty packed with fillings. But it went completely fine, it was just a bit messy!
This is boyfriend AND roommate approved! 😀
I mean it — this is THE simplest!
How many ever cuts of salmon you feel like cooking – mine were prepared and cut already
a few pads of butter
salt and pepper to taste
On a sheet of tinfoil, place the salmon on top of some sliced up lemons. Top with a few pads of butter and salt and pepper to taste.
Wrap tightly and cook at 300 degrees for 35 minutes.
It really is that easy — and it was so delicious! We ate it with corn on the cob and biscuits, but you could make any side dish with this.