Not really. HB, egg, bread crumbs, chopped onion, green pepper, tomato sauce, little milk, salt/pepper packed and formed into a meatloaf, 350 for an hour (baked potatoes too) Green Giant frozen lima beans in butter sauce, 4 min for rolls, and 60-70 minutes for that Mrs. Smith deep dish struessel topping Apple Pie and vanilla ice cream. Don't take long. Meat loaf smells almost as good baking as that apple pie. Dinner is served.:)<quoted text>
That sounds good, but way too much work involved as far as I feel up to on this lazy, rainy day. I know your kitchen is going to smell wonderful though!! Specially that apple pie! I'm trying hard to eat more healthy here and of course you crave things like that during a cleaning out process.
I'm thinking about roasted sesame chicken and a side of seasoned Jasmati rice. I've still got some asparagus left that I need to use up. The asparagus and chicken can both go into the oven. And rice is so easy to cook. I won't feel the need to eat much of the chicken that way either.
Now I'm hungry....
(Gotta admit, your meatloaf sounds a lot better).
I found a new seasoning at the grocery last week. It's "Simply Asia" brand, called 'Spicy Szechwan 5 Spice'. It's lightly spicy but with a subtle sweet taste. I put it on that Alaskan salmon and MAN was it good. So I wanted to try it on some chicken. Might as well do that today I guess. Just throw it into the oven and let it all do it's thing with minimal effort..
Your dinner sounds good too. Although I am not a "spicy" eater. I hate it when they coat so much on stuff it doesn't taste like the meat anymore. A lot of restaurants do that. I would rather cook my on and use it sparingly.