Cabbage rolls are a comfort food for many folks. A savory stuffing of herbed ground beef, sausage, and rice is lovingly wrapped in cabbage leaves, then braised to tender goodness. They are easy to make for a satisfying hearty meal.
Recipes using tomatoes.
Colorful Sundried Tomato Spinach Couscous is sure to become your new favorite side dish. It goes especially well with all types of seafood. I love it with salmon, but it pairs equally as well with meats and poultry.
Simple Parmesan pan-roasted shrimp is elevated by a quick, chunky medley of tomatoes, shallots, garlic, cannelini beans, and Parmesan cheese. Fast and easy on busy nights as a main dish or salad.
A favorite for decades, the sauce for these meatballs is based on Heinz 57® Sauce and canned tomatoes. Great over hot buttered noodles or rice as a main dish, as a party appetizer, or in meatball sandwiches.
Mulligan stew is a hearty dish made of whatever is on hand. It usually contains meat or poultry, potatoes, and vegetables in practically any combination you can think of. This chicken mulligan stew is a spur-of-the-moment creation made from a fridge and cupboard raid.
Saffron, orange zest, olives, and wine elevate this easy Tomato Saffron Chicken above the norm. Fancy enough for guests, but simple to make. The chicken with its sauce goes great with rice or pasta.
Just say no to those boxed helper mixes. They can be convenient, but try reading the ingredients list. It’s just as easy to make your own Skillet Chili Mac at home. This version will stretch that pound of hamburger even farther, and it’s much better for your body.
Italian Pork Ribs are the perfect inexpensive go-to meal for your family. Country-style pork ribs are braised in a tomato, onion, and garlic gravy. Serve over pasta for a simple meal that will stick to your ribs. You’ll be amazed at the flavor of this dish, considering there are so few ingredients.