Archive for the ‘Main Dishes’ Category

Slow Cooker Brown Sugar and Cinnamon Pork Loin

Slow Cooker Brown Sugar Pork Loin

 

Pinit

This week, I decided to go easy on the grocery bill and use up some of the meat in our freezer.  I found a 2 pound pork loin (not a tenderloin, like I am used to making), so I wanted to use ingredients I had on hand to fix it up.  The result was a tasty, if a little dry, pork loin that Mister Spice and I ate on for a few days.

Creamy Parmesan Tomato Soup

Creamy Parmesan Tomato Soup

 

Pinit

Ever since our colder, crisper weather hit, I have been craving a big bowl of creamy tomato soup.  I love tomato soups of all kinds: regular tomato soup, tomato basil soup, creamy tomato soup, and so on.  And tomato soup is so easily paired with a yummy grilled cheese or with some croutons or crackers.

Turkey and Sweet Potato Chili

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Pinit

I don’t know what the weather has been doing in your neck of the woods, but around Northeast Tennessee, it has been going back and forth between 70 degrees one week and 30 the next.  Confusing and frustrating, to say the least.  However, on those 30 degree days, it is awfully nice to hunker down with a hearty, comforting meal like this Turkey and Sweet Potato Chili!  Easy to whip up, super healthy, and makes for some fabulous leftovers!

Chicken Stuffed Bell Peppers

Chicken Stuffed Bell Peppers Recipe

Pinit

We’ve already shared a couple of stuffed pepper recipes here at HerbOnHerbs including Santa Fe Stuffed Bell Peppers and Chicken and Cream Cheese Stuffed Bell Peppers. One of our favorite things about stuffed peppers is the flexibility with the filling – you could easily add other ingredients (diced vegetables, rice, etc.) to the recipe with good results. You can also mess around with the amount of tomato sauce you use – just add more if you like a saucier filling!

Chicken and Broccoli Spaghetti

Chicken and Broccoli Spaghetti

Pinit

Herb was never one of those kids that you had to force to eat his broccoli. For some wonderful reason, he actually really likes vegetables, especially BROCCOLI, which seems to be the nemesis of many children. So it was no surprise to me when he wanted to fix us this recipe, which is full of healthy broccoli! (Sister Spice would NOT eat this!)

Summer Pasta with Zucchini and Squash

Summer Pasta with Zucchini and Squash
Pinit

It’s time for another Meatless Monday post! We shared this recipe before under Summer Pasta, but that was before our blog “went public”. Plus,  we recently did a reshoot of the pictures for the recipe and thought it deserved a fresh new post.

Flounder Piccata

Flounder Piccata

Pinit

When Mister Spice and I got back from vacation a few weeks ago, we still didn’t feel like we’d had enough fish and seafood.  So, I made the most wonderful Honey Lime Tilapia known to man…but we still wanted to experiment some more.

Slow Cooker Brown Sugar and Balsamic Glazed Tenderloin

Balsamic Pork

Pinit

This pork tenderloin is a re-shoot from a previous post.  It should also be said that it is pretty much my favorite pork tenderloin recipe…EVER!  The pork is super moist and tender, and the thick glaze is sweet and tangy.  It’s also incredibly easy!

Chicken Burritos

Chicken Burritos with Green Peppers Recipe

Pinit

Herb here. As you may know, Mrs. Herb and I both really like Mexican food.  I personally cannot EVER get enough guacamole! It is seriously my favorite food. Anyway, in search of another Mexican dish to make, we came across this burrito recipe and loved how adaptable it is and also very easy to make.

Garlic Shrimp Pasta with Tomatoes and Basil

Garlic Shrimp Pasta with Tomato and Basil

Pinit

I’m finally starting to get used to cooking with shrimp! This recipe was attempt number 3, and as with the Shrimp Fettuccini Alfredo and the Baked Coconut Shrimp, we were very happy with the delicious results.

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