When you get home, you want to be with your family, dedicate some time to yourself and relax without thinking after a long day. That’s why today’s recipe blog theme is 30 minute meals, so you can save time and eat delicious food too.
30 minute meals also make it easier to eat in versus going out. Read about the potential health risks of eating out in Does Eating Out Put You at Risk of Food Poisoning?
Simple Hamburger Stroganoff by Jessica
This recipe is a fast and inexpensive version of Beef Stroganoff. Jessica used egg noodles, ground beef, dry brown gravy mix, cream cheese, mushrooms, milk, sour cream and condensed cream of mushroom soup. It’s a pretty easy recipe; you just brown the beef, cook the noodles and mix the rest of it together.
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Photo & Recipe from: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/simple-hamburger-stroganoff/?prop24=hn_slide1_Simple-Hamburger-Stroganoff&evt19=1
Honey Salmon in Foil by Chungah
Damn Delicious is a food blog by Chungah; her recipes are quick, easy recipes that are made with fresh ingredients. This salmon can be eaten along with a side of fresh vegetables or rice from your rice cooker.
This recipe should take 25 minutes and makes four portions. Just season the fish according to her instructions, place it in the foil and put it in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes. The seasoning is made up of honey, garlic, olive oil, white wine vinegar and thyme leaves.
Photo & Recipe from: http://damndelicious.net/2014/02/07/honey-salmon-foil/
Tex-Mex Chicken Soup from Woman’s Day
This Mexican tortilla chicken soup from Woman’s Day can be found on the food website Delish. Delish is one of the top 10 food websites on the Internet.
This soup takes 30 minutes; you’ll need olive oil, garlic, jalapenos, ancho chile powder, fire-roasted tomatoes, chicken broth, avocado, cilantro, shredded chicken, corn, black beans, tortilla chips, sour cream, lime and cheese.
You will use an immersion blender, or blender stick, and can choose to make it in a big pot or a Dutch oven. Garnish it with fresh ingredients before serving.
Recipe from: http://www.delish.com/recipefinder/tex-mex-chicken-soup-recipe-wdy0214
Angel Hair with Shrimp and Peas from All You
This recipe, which originated on My Recipes, can be found on All You. All You is a budget-friendly online publication. All You lists the recipe as costing $2.65 per serving.
This angel hair pasta looks like a light, great meal, which includes peas, olive oil, shrimp and heavy cream.
You will also find articles on All You about DIY, health, beauty, decorating, couponing, fashion, etc.
Photo & Recipe from: http://www.allyou.com/food/recipes/fast-dinner-recipes/angel-hair-shrimp-peas
Coconut Vegetable Curry from Budget Bytes
This homemade curry is easy to put together and budget-friendly as well. Beth at Budget Bytes posts cost-conscious recipes and meals. Her curry recipe takes 30 minutes total to make.
You’ll need garlic, curry powder, ginger, olive oil, onion, tomato paste, carrots, diced tomatoes, broccoli, light coconut milk, cilantro, cauliflower and sugar. Don’t forget rice for a side dish to soak up the sauce.
Photo & Recipe from: http://www.budgetbytes.com/2014/03/coconut-vegetable-curry/
Enjoy these recipes! They should fit right into your busy schedule.