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    Default OT - What's for dinner?

    I am in a dinner time rut. What are you all having for dinner tonight?

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    Something with turkey sausage. Probably red beans and rice.

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    Homemade pizza. I just finished making dough and it's rising. I'm a bit lacking on toppings though. I think I will make this a chicken pizza with ricotta and spinach.

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    I just got back from the store so I have fresh chicken breasts, but I am trying to decide how to do it up.

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    WTH? I posted and then it disappeared. Anyway, take 1/2 c. mayo (not Miracle Whip) and mix with a couple tablespoons of parmesan (dry parm works if you don't have fresh grated). Put chicken on baking sheet or in shallow casserole and smear with mayo mixture. Sprinkle bread crumbs and some parsley on top with a small shake of parm and bake at 375 for 40 min. Super juicy. if you have dijon mustard add a tsp of that to the mayo as well. Gives zing.
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    I entertained friends for dinner the past two nights so I'm worn out. Probably a quick frittata before we head to kid1's bball practice.

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    I have a date with my hubby! He picks me up in 25 mins and we are headed out for italian
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    We are having chicken breasts with broccoli and red potatoes. I put them all in one pan in 3 lines (does that make sense?) and then sprinkle with Italian salad dressing powder, and pour a little melted butter on it (recipe calls for half a cup of butter I use about 1/4 a cup and it is still really good) My kids love the broccoli, I love how easy it is.
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    Ooo, a date night sounds fun.

    I ended up with baked chicken in a honey sauce with baked potato wedges.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mom3girls View Post
    We are having chicken breasts with broccoli and red potatoes. I put them all in one pan in 3 lines (does that make sense?) and then sprinkle with Italian salad dressing powder, and pour a little melted butter on it (recipe calls for half a cup of butter I use about 1/4 a cup and it is still really good) My kids love the broccoli, I love how easy it is.
    I have a similar recipe that uses green beans instead of the broccoli, but we have way over used it. It is very good though.

    ~Bonita~

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