Come and see what I will be cooking up on Marilyns Treats this week!
This is what was served during the week 9-30 to 10-04 in my home. On Tuesday morning was q breakfast of Corned Beef Hash Browns and Eggs. Wednesday we enjoyed A Veal Parmigiana. Wrapping up this week of comfort food we enjoyed Double Cheese Baked Penne. Enjoy!
If you missed what I served up last week please click Serving This Week 9-23 to 8-27
Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day. In my home we love a hearty breakfast at any time. The ingredients in this Corned Beef Hash and Egg recipe are simple and easy to prepare. This recipe is frequently a great choice after a busy and hectic day. No matter when you get home this dish can be ready in under a half hour. That is a big WIN WIN for anyone. I hope you also find it easy and a good choice in your own home. Enjoy!
Italian immigrants brought this dish to America, and since then veal parmigiana has become a classic New York dish, and rightly so. I love it when it’s layered up like this, with the tomato sauce and cheese, then baked in the oven to gratinate. Feel free to swap veal for pork leg or even chicken that’s been battered out. If you want to spike this with a bit of extra flavour you could also add a few capers or olives to the tomato sauce.
Being part Italian I love those types of foods. You know, cheese, noodles, cheese, sauces, cheese. Some great Italian spices. Did I mention even 4 cheese blends? Pasta and antipasto are my comfort foods. Unfortunately, I am not supposed to have carbs or cheeses due to my cholesterol. I have been forced lately to find healthier alternatives to those ingredients. Well, I haven’t gotten to this one yet. This penne dish is on the top of my favorites list. It is easy to dish up being made in a casserole pan. And I don’t have to worry about waiting for it to firm up so it doesn’t slide all over. My grandma used to make this dish on Sunday when we visited. She didn’t eat meat, so this recipe has left it out. But feel free to add anything you like to your penne dish. It doesn’t hurt at all to add a bit of old fashioned comfort! Enjoy!