Easy Salisbury Steak at Weekend Potluck #300


Happy Friday! Can you believe that next week is Thanksgiving?  Crazy right?  We have some AH-mazing recipes for you to help make this Thanksgiving the one everyone will be talking about. Easy Salisbury Steak from Kleinworth and Co was the most loved recipe. Now that is some good ol' comfort food! Other featured recipes include Southern Cornbread Dressing from South Your Mouth, Easy Stove Top Candied Yams, and Melissa's Macaroni and Cheese. Yep, you guessed it, I'm the hostess this week and boy did I bring it!  This is the recipe that my family expects me to bring to all family gatherings. If I even mention something else they start to riot! Seriously, I don't think they would let me show up without a big ol' pan of it in tow. I've made it so many times that I could do it with my eyes closed. Let's do this! 






New to Weekend Potluck? 

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The recipe with the most clicks was...

Easy Salisbury Steak by Kleinworth & Co

Recipes that caught our attention ~

Southern Cornbread Dressing by South Your Mouth


Easy Stove Top Candied Yams by Meatloaf and Melodrama

Featured Hostess Recipe ~

Melissa’s Macaroni and Cheese by Served Up With Love

Your Hostesses ~

The Country Cook~ Brandie 

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Oh So Good Crispy Chicken at What's for Supper Sunday 10





Clearly from my choices for our meal plan this week I am looking for some comfort food. Oh So Good Crispy Chicken is one of our absolute favorite meals. This one gets devoured at the supper table. It is so easy to make and the flavor is out of this world. We have a little pizza, and little tacos, and lots of comfort food this week.  If you are following along, just click on any of the recipes titles below and it will take you right to the recipe. Happy meal planning! 




Monday
BBQ Pizza

Tuesday
Crock Pot Shredded Beef Tacos

Wednesday
Oh So Good Crispy Chicken
Broccoli Casserole


Thursday
Loaded Baked Potato Soup

Friday
Chili Tater Tot Casserole

Saturday
Kitchen's CLOSED


Sunday

Cheesy Chicken and Rice Casserole
Cheddar Biscuits

Desserts
Sweet & Salty Blondies
Banana Crumb Muffins



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Instant Pot Beef Tips at Weekend Potluck #299


Happy Friday! Hope you have had a fantastic week!  We have some AH-mazing recipes to share with you today. Have you jumped on the Instant Pot train?  I have one but have not found the nerve to use it but I think with this recipe for Instant Pot Beef Tips it is time!  It comes to us from Soulfully Made and it is the recipe that received the most love last week. Other featured recipes this week include Sausage Egg Breakfast Casserole, Southern Cottage Pie, and Old-Fashioned Molasses Sugar Cookies from our sweet Mary from Sweet Little Bluebird. Now enough of me talking already, let's eat! 



New to Weekend Potluck? 

Just click on any of the photos below to take you to the full recipes! We keep track of all the recipes you click on. When you scroll down to the bottom of this post, you’ll see a bunch of little thumbnail photos of recipes that your favorite food bloggers are sharing right now. The recipe with the most “clicks” this week will be our top featured recipe next week! So make sure you click on all your favorites!

The recipe with the most clicks was...

Instant Pot Beef Tips by Soulfully Made

Recipes that caught our attention ~

Sausage Hashbrown Breakfast Casserole by Don’t Sweat The Recipe


Southern Cottage Pie by A Southern Discourse

Featured Hostess Recipe ~

Old-Fashioned Molasses Sugar Cookies by Sweet Little Bluebird

Your Hostesses ~

The Country Cook~ Brandie 


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Baked Meatball Parmesan

This post was sponsored by Carando as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. 



With just five simple ingredients, this cheesy, saucy goodness will be your new go-to meal. Baked Meatball Parmesan is delicious all by itself or spoon it over noodles, warm garlic bread slices, or just fill some sub rolls for a super easy and satisfying meal. 


The magic happens with these meatballs. Recently while I was shopping at our local Food Lion I came across them while cruising through the meat department. We were in the mood for something a little different but easy. Before I head off to the store, I always check to see what coupons are available on their website. I can either load them to my MVP card (store savings card) or print them off and have on hand. A coupon for FREE Private Label Pasta with purchase of Carando Meatballs (Up to $1.50 value) caught my eye so I knew I had to give them a try. 



The story behind how Carando started is quite an interesting one. It began nearly a century ago along the cobblestone streets of Torino, Italy. As an apprentice at a his local butcher shop the founder, Peter Carando, learned the Italian tradition of sausage making. With those authentic recipes, he set sail for America to begin crafting the finest meats this country had ever tasted. To this day, the company has remained true to those recipes and earned its place as one of the world's finest purveyors of Italian deli meats. 




Since I wanted something quick and easy and not a lot of fuss I decided to grab a jar of marinara sauce to cut back on time. I also wanted to make this less mess and make it all in one pan. We are not blessed with having a dishwasher so all dishes get washed by hand. Seriously, how unfair is that? Sometimes I think we are the last people on earth without a dishwasher. A dishwasher is on our list of must haves when we move again. We do ALOT of dishes! Whether you are blessed with a dishwasher or not, there is no need to mess up too many dishes for this recipe. 


My trusty cast iron skillet did the trick for this dish. As I said I wanted this to be all one dish. I lined the cast iron skillet with aluminum foil and then placed the meatballs in the pan on the foil and baked them. When they were done I removed them from the pan, threw away the foil and loaded the skillet back up. Easy peasy! 


Do you have an easy go-to meal to feed your family? 


Baked Meatball Parmesan

prep time: 10 MINScook time: 40 MINStotal time: 50 mins
With just five simple ingredients, this cheesy, saucy goodness will be your new go-to meal.

ingredients:


instructions:


  1. Place meatballs in a foil lined skillet. Bake in a 375 degree oven for 10 minutes. Gently turn the meatballs and bake for another 10 minutes or until the internal temperature reaches at least 165 degrees. Once done, remove meatballs from the pan and set aside. Remove foil and toss in the trash. In the bottom of the skillet, pour 1/2 cup of marinara sauce. Place meatballs on top of the marinara sauce. Pour over the remaining sauce. Top with cheeses and sprinkle with Italian seasoning. Bake for 20 minutes or until cheese is melted and bubbly.

notes

Perfect served with garlic bread and a salad on the side.









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