Who knows a good cooking recipe?

@kheng69 (157)
Malaysia
July 17, 2009 10:49am CST
anyone know an easy, fast, delicious food that I can cook tonight for dinner? also i don't want a recipe that has a lot of ingredients.
2 responses
• United States
18 Jul 09
I don't know what kind of stuff you keep around your house on a regular basis, for a good all in one meal, i always fall back on my chicken broccoli bread braid, especially if i have left over cooked chicken from a previous meal. This sounds complicated, but it is really easy, and looks amazing when it is finished! Prep time: 10 minutes (if chicken is pre-cooked) Cook time: 10-15 minutes for this recipe you need ~about two cups shredded or chunked cooked boneless chicken (or just cut up and cook through a couple of boneless chicken pieces real quick) ~frozen brocoli cuts ~Frozen chopped spinach (for both the broccoli and spinach i usually get the small frozen boxes and use about half of each box) ~one canister refrigerated cressent roll dough (i prefer the "bigger" sized cresent rolls that come six to a package, but the regular sized ones tht come eight to a package work fine as well) ~Shredded mozzerella cheese ~mayonaise **~optional one clove chopped garlic or some fresh dill Preheat the oven to whatever the temp says on the cressent roll can if you have and choose to use the garlic, mince it up and saute it in a little oil then throw the frozen broccoli, spinach and chicken in a pan and heat until cooked through, and mixed well set aside and allow to cool a bit, in th meantime on a baking sheet separate the cressent roll triangles and lay them out across the baking sheet so they overlap (it will kind of look like this
• United States
18 Jul 09
i have also used many other fillings in this bread braid. you can do a pizza one by spreading sauce, whatever toppings you like and cheese down the center or my fave (besides the original chicken) was a taco one, taco seasoned hamburg, onions, green pepper and cheese...yum.....it is kind of like making your own family sized Hot Pocket sandwhich and side note, when i tried to name a specific cut of boneless chicken, but it told me that my post contained "adult"material lol.......and that i needed to change my preferences.....but i can't figure out how
@quita88 (3716)
• United States
18 Jul 09
Yep, got a good, quick one. This takes about 1/2 lb of hamburger. Mix in a package of Liptons beefy onion soup mix and make this into about four patties. Sprinkle with Lowery's seasoned salt. Put in skillet with WATER, NOT TOO MUCH, but fry as you would in oil about med. heat. Watch for water to evaporate, add more if meat is not done and add Lowery's salt as needed . When meat is almost done, watch for the "soupiness" of the soup mix to start sticking on the pan. Add a bit of water and continue cooking. The doneness of the meat is your choice just keep flipping the patties til a gravy is formed and remove from heat. This is a very tasty dish I serve either as a burger or a pattie with potatoes, chips.