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Tastefully Yours with Tiffany – Round 2!

by Jill & Cathy on November 1, 2013

 It’s been too long since we were able to get together with our friend, Tiffany to do a second set of freezer meals.  We had intended this to be a monthly feature, but as most of you know, sometimes life gets in the way of being organized (and also spending fun time with our friends!!)

Freezer Cooking Meals by The Curriculum Corner Family

We have been working so much on our curriculum sites we haven’t been as diligent as we had hoped with keeping up on the family site.  We hope to remedy this very soon and want to have something more regular happening starting in January.  (Cathy will be home with baby #3 and we can take turns holding her while we cook!!  What’s more fun than that?!  Although Tiff and I may fight over who gets to hold her!!)

Freezer Cooking Meals by The Curriculum Corner Family

Anyway, here are Tiff’s second set of freezer meals.  We hope you enjoy them!

Freezer Cooking Recipes Set 2

This set of recipes includes recipes for:

Citrus & Herb Marinated Chicken …even Grant, the pickiest of all of our children, LOVED this recipe!  He has requested it many times since.

Mexican Lasagna

Pesto Tortellini

Chicken Crescent Rolls

Broccoli Cheddar Soup (Tastes like it’s from a restaurant!)

Freezer Cooking Meals by The Curriculum Corner Family

 Tip of the month:

Making chicken stock is a breeze!  Do you ever buy the roasted, whole chickens from the grocery store?  Don’t throw it away when you are done eating the meat!  It is a bounty of flavor waiting to be used.  Place the chicken in a large pot with 8 cups water, one whole, peeled onion, 1 large carrot, 1 stalk celery, 1 bay leaf, 2 T kosher salt, and fresh ground pepper.  Bring to a boil.  Let simmer for an hour, covered.  I then split mine up into Ziploc bags in one and two cup quantities.  I can then just pull a bag out in the morning to defrost and cook with it that evening.  So easy and so very, very yummy!

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Julie November 3, 2013 at 12:49 pm

Thanks for sharing! I’ve been doing fix and freezes frequently and have been wondering about a ground turkey one! I’ll be adding it to my dishes and a few of the others too!
Julie from The Best Days!


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