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What's for Dinner Wednesday #2

Hi everyone!  This is starting to be my favorite post of the week.  I love sharing with you guys recipes that I've made and my family enjoyed.


This week's sandwich meal were these yummy Cajun Chicken Caesar Sandwiches.  If you're worried about it being too spicy for the kiddos, you can just lightly season the chicken you use for their sandwiches. 
 You can download this recipe by clicking on the picture below.  The day I made these sandwiches I was out of Romano cheese, so I used Parmesan.  It was still just as good.

I may have mentioned before that there is no Olive Garden in Hawaii.  Serious sad face.  :(  I really miss Olive Garden.  When I stumbled across this recipe from Key Ingredient.  I knew I had to try their Pasta Fagioli {here}.  Now this makes A LOT.  You could put this in your slow cooker or just cook on your stove on low all day.  That's what I did.

My quest for replicating Olive Garden got me super motivated and I tried these delicious breadsticks {here} from Full Bellies, Happy Kids.  Making homemade bread is a little bit of a learning process, but you don't need to be scared of doing it.  It's so worth the trying!

Tuesdays are a crazy night in our house, because we have sports practice.  On those nights, I need super easy meals like these Crockpot Chicken Tacos {here} by Chocolate Therapy.  You could also use the chicken for burritos, nachos, etc.




I guess last week I was on a Cajun kick, because I also made jambalaya.  This Slow Cooker Jambalaya {here} from Mix and Match Mama was super tasty.  Her recipe does recommend adding the rice to the slow cooker and letting it cook in the jambalaya.  I will admit mine got a little mushy, because I overcooked it.  Next time I make this, I'll cook my rice separately just to be on the safe side.

I have a horrible sweet tooth and was craving something delicious this weekend.  I love peach cobbler, and this recipe {here} is easy to make with ingredients I usually have on hand.




There you go!  Did you try any good recipes this week?

8 comments:

  1. What great recipes! The fagioli sounds delicious! We will have to try it.

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  2. Yum! Reading this makes me hungry! It's always so hard to get good dinners together on work nights. My go-to staple is crock pot pulled pork sandwiches - a pork roast and 12 oz. of rootbeer in the crock pot on low for 6 hours. Then drain and shred with BBQ sauce! Can't get much easier than that. :-)

    Kristen
    Sprinkled in Second

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    1. I haven't tried pork like that, but I definitely want to! Thanks for the idea.

      Angelia

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  3. I thought my in-laws said there was one! We need to find out;)

    Tonya
    Tonya’s Treats for Teachers

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    1. If there is one here, it's hiding! I NEED to find it!

      Angelia

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  4. What's the font that you use? I LOVE it!

    I have to try your Cajun Chicken Ceasar Sandwich recipe!

    cheriemae@gmail.com

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    1. Hi Cherie. They're different Hello Fonts by Jennifer Jones. Love her stuff!

      Angelia

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  5. Nice!! Love your recipes!!!! Thanks!

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