I do love a good pot pie, and I love it even more when the pot pie crust is made out of creamy, dreamy mashed potatoes. And I also love dishes that I can make ahead and then just bake up later when things are busy. I get all of this and more with this easy recipe for chicken pot pie with mashed potato crust…the more is the delicious taste of tender chicken with carrots and celery in a light herbed sauce, and did I mention the mashed potato topping? Ready for your new favorite pot pie? Let’s make it!
Oh, I love and adore this soup. For richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, til death do us part, I love this soup, and true love lasts forever. I first posted this recipe in the very early days of my blog, and except for the pictures and a couple of little tweaks, this recipe HAS in fact lasted forever…or for the past 8 years, anyhow. Packed with veggies, pasta and little baby meatballs, this soup has something for everyone. Ready for some soup happiness? Let’s make it!
I love kicking off fall with homemade soup! And one of my favorite is this easy recipe for carrot feta bisque, which is full of rich carrot flavor, and which can be whipped up in about a half hour with the help of your friendly blender. It’s topped with a generous pile of feta cheese, which rounds out the sweet carrot flavor with the salty savory taste of cheese. It makes having summer in the rear view mirror a little less sad.
So, ready to start soup season? Carrot feta bisque…let’s make it!
Here’s the thing with this recipe for pan-seared tuna steaks with tomato spinach sauce. It’s one of those times where the finished dish is so scrumptious, but no matter how many times I took its picture while I was writing and testing the recipe, it just didn’t take a pretty picture. And so welcome to the age-old food blogger conundrum: you want to share this deliciousness, BUT THE PICTURE IS MAKING YOU CRAZY.
And so after agonizing for a while, I decided you guys needed the deliciousness, and that you would forgive me on the less than photogenic-ness. If you want to see some prettier recipes, please click here and here and here. In the meantime, let’s make it!
One of the most popular recipes here at Framed Cooks is the one for sheet pan chicken and vegetables, and it’s also one of the recipes that actually gets repeated on a regular basis in my kitchen amid all the new recipes I am forever writing and testing, because it is so easy, so scrumptious and there is exactly one pan to clean up after supper. And because I can never leave well enough alone, I decided to sass this trusty recipe up a little with some different veggies and some sausage, and now I am torn between which one is my favorite.
So if you want to add a little flare to your chicken and vegetables, come on with me and let’s make it!
Oh, this recipe for slow cooker shepherd’s pie! If I had to name my top ten favorite word combinations, “slow cooker” and “shepherd’s pie” would definitely be in that top ten. Shepherd’s pie is one of my all time favorite things to make – I have various and sundry variations of it on this here blog – but a shepherd’s pie that cooks itself up in the slow cooker? Hello, heaven!
So are you ready to make one of the best comfort foods in the universe? Grab your trusty slow cooker and let’s make it!