6 Easy Dinner Recipes You Haven’t Tried

6 easy dinner recipes pasta casserole


6 Easy Dinner Recipes, #1

What is chicken cauliflower casserole?  An invention of a meal by my husband….the king of my castle. The best part about this dish is that you can play with it, too! Feel like adding some broccoli as well? Go for it. Maybe some tater tots, too? By all means.

5 easy dinner recipes cauliflower chicken casserole

The possibilities with this dish are endless and you can make a creation that is all your own!

This is one of my family’s favorite casseroles – once you’ve tried it, you’ll understand why. This is also a great way to add some greens in your picky eaters diet. It’s so tasty, they won’t even notice it includes vegetables!


2 cups cooked chicken, cubed OR browned ground beef/turkey

2 cups fresh spinach

1 large head cauliflower, stems removed, cut into florets

1 1/2 cups Kraft sharp cheddar cheese, grated

2 eggs, lightly beaten

2 cloves garlic, minced

2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil

Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste



Preheat oven to 350o and lightly grease a 9-13-inch baking dish with butter or non-stick spray.

Place cauliflower in a large saucepan with 1 inch of water over medium heat. Cover and steam until just tender.

Drain cauliflower and place in a large bowl.

Add chicken and cheese to bowl and toss together.

Heat olive oil in a medium pan over medium-high heat. Add spinach and garlic and cook until wilted. Season with salt and pepper.

Add spinach to chicken and pour in beaten eggs. Season again with salt and pepper.

Pour mixture into baking dish and place in oven. Bake for 25-30 minutes, or until set and edges begin to brown and pull away from the side of the dish.

Remove from oven and let cool 5 minutes before serving.



Quick tip: Use turkey instead of chicken, if you’d like.



I don’t know why these recipes are put on the UK web site as most of the ingredients we can’t get here…..I must say thought that they all look delicious

All those ingredients are found here… who care the name of your eggs, butter, flour, starch, sauce etc…it is just a name.

I don’t think you have to use the brand names specified. If you can find, for instance, tomato soup, just buy the brand you can find. Doesn’t have to be Campbell’s.

I don’t like pasta dishes. But my fat does so I make them but tomato soup has enough sugar in it that I would eliminate the tesp.oc sugar that you add. I also use sea st, not Norton any flavor salt. Ionized or plain. Noodles in my day and pasta where never used simultaneously. Pasta is made from a different kind of grain than noodles. It states so on the package. I use noodles to combine with beef or chicken, some mix it with pork but in my opinion the pork used mostly is a bit greasy. I know I probably sound picky but my Mother made our tomato soup without the sugar and we four ragamuffins loved it. I believe to much of our food supply contains way more sugar than we need. Diabetics do without all that sugar and we should as well. I guess at 80 I’m a little more opinionated than some of your other readers.

Then make it to your liking. These easy recipes are for people with little spare time and need quick dinners. You don’t have to eat it every night. How condescending.

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