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Does anyone have a good recipe for dinner I could cook.

Asked by Britcraft86 (61points) May 8th, 2008

I like to cook, although I’m still new at it and learning. I wanted to cook for my boyfriend soon for dinner and I can’t think of anything really good. We like pretty much anything so we’re open for any suggestions.

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zahava85's avatar

I just made ricotta gnocchi the other night. It wasn’t too hard and both the boyfriend and I thought it came out well!

skfinkel's avatar

No specific recipe, but things that are fresh and seasonal—like now, pasta primavera (with fresh peas, greens like zucchini, tomatoes, and whatever is in the market). That’s a fun way to cook. Also checkout the Moosewood cookbook for wonderful recipes (I think vegetarian, but great ideas).

trogdor_87's avatar

Cheese-Whiz Beef Enchiladas
2lbs Hamburger 2Tbs dried onions} Brounded together; Fat drained off.
Add 6oz tomato paste 1c water 1pkg taco seasoning
Microwave tortillas 1 min per pkg to soften.
Fill tortilla, roll up & place in sprayed casserole dish.
Top: 1 large can old el paso mild enchilada sause & 1 large jar of cheese whiz (microwave cheese to aid it our of the jar).
Bake at 350 for 30–40 min till hot and golden.

Well there you have it, its really easy and tasty!

trudacia's avatar

Easy, delicious: Fettuchini Alfredo and garlic bread.
Add a pint of cream to a saucepan over low heat. Don’t ever let it boil!
Add a stick of butter.
Stir occassionally until the butter melts. Once melted, stir constantly until the sauce gets thick. Add parmesan cheese (the good kind, not from a can). This will help the sauce to thicken.
Add a pinch of nutmeg, salt and pepper.

Pour over al dente fettuchini. I would serve with a simple salad and garlic bread.
Bon appetito!

buster's avatar

We got fresh strawberries here. There really sweet. Im thinking were having them on top of angelfood cake for dessert tonight.

playthebanjo's avatar

here is an easy one….cut up chicken breasts into nugget size pieces, put in shallow oven dish. Add olive oil, garlic (lots), balsamic, and a pkg of basil leaves. Bake at 400 for an hour. Serve with rice. Use oil from pan over rice. Mmm

marinelife's avatar

How about Spring seasonal? Pasta Primavera. Go with a nice mix of garlic, onions, tomato (fresh), mushrooms, and then add what you like: asparagus, artichoke hearts, zucchini or other squash almost any vegetable. If you choose, add cooked chicken breast. A light sauce with a little cream and some grated fresh parm. Heaven on a plate.

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