Cabbage is a staple of Polish and Irish dishes. I had some leftover from my version of Colcannon potatoes so I decided to try an authentic Polish dish called Golumpki. Golumpki is basically stuffed cabbage or a cabbage roll. It’s full of meat and cooks up nicely in the oven. Obviously, this may differ from your Babcia’s recipe but it’s the one I found that’s easy to make and still pretty authentic. I used my go-to marinara for this (see here) but if you have a favorite sauce, feel free to use that. Continue reading “Golumpki”
If you love a hearty meat sauce, then you will love this Cheddar Beef Pasta Bake. It’s got a delicious flavor and will fill you up on a cold winter day. I use my own homemade sauce (see here) but you can use a jar of your favorite brand.
Meatloaf with mashed potatoes is a classic dish. It’s one of those comfort foods that is a go-to for anyone looking for an easy meal. But sometimes that can get a little boring. These Meatloaf Cupcakes change all that! Not only are they just as easy to make as your regular meatloaf, but they are a fun twist that will make it a dish everyone will want to try! This is a perfect way to get a picky child to try something new. Continue reading “Meatloaf Cupcakes”
I think it’s safe to say that I love tacos! Between my Taco Cupcakes to my Beer Battered Fish Tacos, it’s definitely something that is eaten regularly in this house. This recipe for Taco Zucchini is a great way to get your taco fix while still getting some veggies into you. I like my zucchini to still have a little crunch however, if you want it to be softer you can bake the zucchini after you slice it for about 15 minutes to soften it up some more. Continue reading “Taco Zucchini”