Wednesday, March 31, 2010
I'm linking up with Mrs. Homemaker over at Bluebell Country for the last Tuesday of the Month. She is calling it Tuesday's Supper and you will be able to get all kinds of wonderful ideas for dinner. I love seeing what other people are cooking to add variety to my menu. So here it goes. My first attempt to be a food photographer and chief! I must admit, I'm not that good at the pictures, so bear with me. I've already lost one of the pictures that I added!
Our menu was: Homemade Shake and Bake Chicken Strips, Roasted Potatoes, Biscuits and Spinach Salad. To make the Shake and Bake, I used a mixture of crushed crackers, potato chips that we didn't like the flavor of, and the leftovers of last times shake and bake that I had not used. I added some olive oil to my chicken strips before I dredged them in the mix. Then I baked them at 350 for about 35 minutes.
I also made roasted potatoes. I used sweet and white potatoes and some onion. I cut these up into bite sized pieces and sprinkled a bit of olive oil on them and some Canadian Steak Seasoning on them. You can find this seasoning at Sams Club or you can use Montreal Steak Seasoning by McCormick. We use this seasoning on many things. I baked these at 375 for about 45-60 minutes. The onion adds a wonderful aroma while these are baking.
In addition to the meat and potatoes, I made some biscuits from a mix my parents bought me at College of the Ozarks in Missouri. They were melt in your mouth wonderful. Not necessarily too good for you, but a nice treat for us. We also had spinach salad. Everyone gobbled up dinner and asked for seconds and some even thirds!
Well that's it, my first attempt at Tuesday's Supper! I pray you got some ideas for your family table. I pray that you enjoy making meals for your family. Have a wonderful day!