Corn chowder with andouille sausage is a creamy, spicy and filling soup that’s easy to whip up for your next weeknight dinner. Excellent on cold winter nights, but so good you’ll make it year ’round.
With just the two of us in our house, it got me thinking. What would I make for a small group for the holidays? Certainly not a whole turkey with all the fixin’s, right? That’s when I came up with my Turkey Tenderloin with Roasted Vegetables and Gravy. The turkey cooks up so tender and juicy, it doesn’t even need gravy (but really … the more gravy the better, am I right?). I paired the turkey with some lightly roasted and seasoned potatoes and carrots, my go-to quick side dish.
Today it seems like everyone’s lives are busy and bustling. There’s always something to get done and somewhere to be. So I won’t waste your time today when I share with you my Andouille Sausage and Tortellini Skillet Meal. The spicy sausage is the star of the show, which balances well with the creamy cheese and tomato sauce. The best part? You can have dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes.
Chili is one of my favorite fall dinner recipes. It can feed a crowd or provide several days of leftovers for just the two of us. Plus, it’s a cozy, make ahead meal that fills the house with delicious dinner smells for hours. Today, I decided to spice up my standard chili recipe using a few simple ingredients and my Homemade Spicy Taco Seasoning. Keep reading below to check out my version of Slow Cooker Taco Chili.