This was so stinkin' good, I wish that I had doubled the recipe.
Easy to make, it can be made in one skillet, but I used two to speed it up.
What I used:
1 lb of cooked, deveined shrimp, thawed from frozen. Because I am lazy.
1 lb of smoked sausage.
A handful of diced onion and green bell pepper.
Old Bay seasoning, s&p, garlic powder, onion powder.
What I did:
Put the shrimp in a colander, ran cool water over them until they thawed, then sprinkled Old Bay seasoning over them. The only thing that was suggested I do differently next time is to season the shrimp more.
I put butter in a skillet, then added a ramekin full of chopped onion and bell pepper.
In a separate skillet I added EVOO and chopped zucchini and sprinkled on onion powder.
I cooked the onions and bell peppers on med-high heat, and the zucchini on medium heat.
When the onions looked like this, I added the shrimp and mixed it all about:
I added the sausage in with the zucchini and turned the heat to high, I wanted it to have the dark marks on it. Not like a Death Eater Voldemort mark, but the tasty charred marks.
I mixed everything together, and let it all rub up against each other for about 30 minutes (because I finished way before Scott got home for dinner), and about 10 min before we ate I cranked the heat up to high and stirred for about 2 minutes. I sprinkled a little garlic powder, s&p, and Lawry's seasoning in while stirring.
I then scarfed down two bowls.
I just realized that the cover picture of probably 10 of my recipe blogs or so look exactly the same. Cheese and bacon.
It's just so good, yo!
This was quick and I didn't have to turn on the oven or mess up more than 2 dishes.
I mean it's ugly, but most of my food is.
What I used:
2 lbs of ground beef. Get lean, I did not and there was a ton of grease.
A double handful of diced onion.
Cooked bacon. As much as you want.
10.5 oz can of Cream of Mushroom soup.
10.5 oz can of Cheddar Cheese soup.
Almost 2 cups of shredded cheddar.
Seasonings for the beef, I used garlic powder, onion powder, Lawry's seasoning, and s&p.
Super easy, just season and brown the beef, cook the bacon, shake all excess grease from both.
Spray the bottom of your slow cooker, and add the beef. I shook a little more onion powder, then stirred in the bacon. Save some bacon for a topper.
Add the layer of onions, then the 2 cans of soups. Stir.
Top with the cheddar (I used 1 3/4 cup) and the remaining bacon.
Leave in the slow cooker for 2 hours on high or 4 hours on low.
I added a little Sriracha mayo. I can't stop adding this to everything that I eat.
Next time I am going to stir in some chopped pickles when I put it in my bowl.
Okay, lame title but all I could hear was the "Shake and bake boys, we got ourselves a barbeque!" line from Backdraft.
Fun fact: Google Chrome keeps autocorrecting barbeque to barbecue, but I am resisting.
What you need:
What ever steak this is. I had to cut the hard circle of fat off.
Roughly one pound of steak, I cut it into strips.
Shredded sharp cheddar cheese. I used 1 3/4 cups.
1 cup of grated Fontina cheese. (I could only find it packaged as below, and I grated it myself)
I sliced a white onion. (not by hand, let's not get crazy, I used the slicer. I was exhausted from grating the cheese)
Cooked bacon. As much as you want. I chopped it into bite size pieces. And by chopped I mean I used the food scissors.
I seasoned the steak with s&p, Lawry's, garlic powder, and cumin.
Heat your oven to 375°, season the steak, cook the bacon almost all the way through, set aside.
Cut up the steak into bite sized pieces, then sear it over high heat.
Cook the sliced onions (don't forget to season them), until translucent, along with minced garlic.
Put the steak into a baking dish, add the bacon, onion, and the 2 cheeses.
Bake uncovered for 20 min or so.
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