Category Archives: Main Dishes

Upside Down Pizza

Easy meal ideas are great in the warm weather months when you don’t want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen! This Upside Down Pizza recipe is easy to prepare and you can even cook your ground beef or sausage and chop up some of the topping ingredients ahead of time to speed up the prep work!

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Cheesy Chicken Spaghetti

If you’re in the mood for comfort food—and who couldn’t use a little comfort food these days—this Cheesy Chicken Spaghetti is a dish the whole family will enjoy! There’s lots of shredded cheddar cheese in this (4 cups!), along with some rotisserie chicken, a little onion and garlic, chopped green bell pepper, black olives, and some cream of mushroom soup and sour cream to make it nice and creamy!

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Sweet Italian Sausage and Pepper Pizza

Sweet Italian Sausage and Pepper Pizza2 @ NancyCjpgIf you’re a pizza fan, I think you’ll enjoy this recipe that I first made several years ago—Sweet Italian Sausage and Pepper Pizza. I put my own spin on a Ragù recipe called Sausage & Peppers by making it into a pizza—two pizzas, in fact! In addition to the yummy sweet Italian sausage, bell peppers, and Ragù® Old World Style® Traditional Pasta Sauce, I added some chopped onion, Mozzarella Cheese, and used Italian bread shells for the crusts to keep the recipe quick and easy. Continue reading

Sweet and Sassy Chili

Chili makes the perfect meal during the cold-weather seasons. And it’s an easy menu item for game day parties or tailgating. After all, who doesn’t love chili? This Sweet & Sassy Chili has a mildly spicy flavor, but it also has a little sweetness too, with a touch of brown sugar mixed in. And it tastes great with some diced peached on top! Of course, you’ll still want to top your chili with some sour cream, corn chips, and cheddar cheese, but the addition of those diced peaches give the chili a great sweet-and-salty flavor! Continue reading

Sonoma Pasta Salad

If you’re looking for a pasta salad that’s on the healthier side, here’s one for you to try—the Sonoma Pasta Salad! It has lots of colorful veggies mixed with multigrain pasta and a dash of balsamic vinegar for a slightly-sweet, slightly-tart flavor. And it’s topped with some chunks of fresh mozzarella cheese…yum! This pasta salad really is very tasty and it doesn’t take long to make—only about 35 minutes, from start to finish. Continue reading