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This casserole is made for dipping.
It’s spicy with a bit of Spanish rice flair and falls on the healthy-ish side.
I know it’s not the prettiest meal, but it tastes so good.
Usually, my healthy experiments don’t go so well.
However, this casserole is an exception.
I was able to use brown rice, nonfat sour cream and less oil than the original and it still tastes fab.
Sometimes I dread dinner. Figuring out what I’m going to make, cooking it, cleaning up. It can suck.
But, other days, dinner prep isn’t so bad.
Me and the kids talk about food, Julia pulls a chair up to the counter and Jack lifts the heavy stuff we need out of the refrigerator.
Sometimes dinner can be fun.
Here’s five of our favorite main dishes — yummy, no-fail, go-to dinner ideas for you and your fam.
This is for the cheap meat and the prime cuts and all those “assorted” pieces in between.
It’s straight-up, all-American meat marinade.
And it’s just plain good.
We’ve used it on everything — pork chops, chicken breasts, steak — and loved it every time.
Even our 3 1/2-year-old…
And our 1 1/2-year-old…
…loved these pork chops. And the kids aren’t usually big pork lovers.
Slightly sweet, slightly sticky — these adobo drumettes are delicious little crowd-pleasers.
They’re caramelized and crispy, yet meaty.
Just all-around likable legs.