Cabbage Roll Casserole

This Cabbage Roll Casserole is the ultimate comfort food, and it’s easy to make so you can enjoy it during the week. Loaded with sauteed cabbage, ground beef, basmatti rice and a delicious tomato sauce, it is a family favorite that will never go out of style. 

There is something about cool weather and casseroles that just go together in my opinion. This Cabbage Roll casserole is the perfect balance of healthy and tummy satisfying comfort, and it is so much easier to make than a traditional cabbage roll where you have to spend hours assembling. With our version of this classic cabbage recipe you simply prepare your ingredients and then layer them in your favorite casserole dish to bake. Then you can sit back with a glass of wine while your oven does all the hard work.

Cooked Cabbage Roll Casserole in white casserole dish
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Easy Tuna Cakes – A Family Favorite

Tuna Cakes are a delicious way to do meat free during the week! They have a crispy outside and nice flaky middle filled with red onion, jalapeno and spices to make them so flavorful you won’t even miss the meat. 

These tuna cakes come together quickly and are enough to feed a family of 4 easily. You can have them made and on the table in under 20 minutes making them perfect for a quick and easy weeknight meal you won’t have to feel guilty about. 

Tuna Cakes on top of a bed of lettuce on white platter

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Instant Pot Butternut Squash Soup

Sweet and nutty with a hint of curry, this Butternut Squash Soup is bursting with flavor and is so easy to make! Chop, dump and puree that’s all you do and 25 minutes later you have a creamy and full bodied Butternut Soup that is to die for. 

The cold weather is still here for a while longer so I thought today I would finally share my Butternut Squash Soup recipe that I keep teasing you with on Instagram! As you can see below, it has a gorgeous orange color which helps to brighten any dull winter day, and I can promise you once you have a spoonful you will be hooked on its sweet flavor with hints of spice!

For this recipe you will need: Butternut Squash, onion, potatoes, vegetable broth, milk, garlic, curry powder, brown sugar, salt and pepper.

Butternut Squash Soup in white square bowl with garnish

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Curried Lentils “Stew” with Rice

A 20 minute vegetarian dinner that the whole family will love! Our Curried Lentils use canned lentils and strained tomatoes along with delicious Indian spices to create a wonderfully aromatic curry dish you will make time and time again. 

There is something about a good meatless meal that I just love! Curried Lentils are a super quick and easy way to incorporate more legumes into your diet while keeping the flavor game strong. I promise you there is nothing boring about this dish! If you’re not used to cooking with these delicious little parcels of flavor, don’t worry. I am going to provide you with some tips and tricks on how to enjoy this easy Lentil Curry without spending your entire day at the stove. 

For this recipe you will need: canned lentils, onion, strained tomatoes, cilantro, curry powder, ground ginger, garam  masala (see recipe for alternative), cayenne pepper, salt and vegetable oil. Rice for serving is optional. 

Easy Curried Lentils atop a bed of rice

 

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Easy Moroccan Chicken Stew – with Sweet Potatoes and Couscous

The winter months are all about comfort foods for us, and nothing hits the spot like a great bowl of stew! This Moroccan Chicken Stew is full of robust ingredients like cinnamon, sweet potatoes and fresh cilantro, which makes it a tummy warming dish that your whole family will love. 

I know when most people think of a Stew recipe they first think of Beef, but let me assure you that this Chicken Stew is not only quick and easy, but it is full of healthy ingredients and flavors that will leave you wanting a second and third bowl! In the winter months we tend to make dishes like our Beef Stroganoff and Chicken Pot Pie quite often, but I really wanted to try something different and couldn’t be happier with how this Moroccan Chicken Stew turned out. 

For this recipe you will need: boneless skinless chicken thighs, sweet potatoes, fresh cilantro, onion, chicken broth, flour, olive oil, ground ginger, cinnamon, lemon juice, couscous, saffron (optional), salt & pepper. 

Moroccan Chicken Stew in large white serving bowl with fresh herbs

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