Chicken Stir-fry

This is one of my favorite recipes, it is very easy to make.  The very first time I made it, I used ramen noodles instead of the bags of vegetables with the rice and noodles.  The noodles didn’t have as much flavor as these bags do, so I continue to buy the bags.

1 chicken breast

1 bag of frozen vegetables with rice

1 bag of frozen vegetables with noodles

teriyaki sauce


Directions:  Take a pan and put both bags of vegetables in it, on medium heat.  Add as much teriyaki sauce as you feel inclined to because everyones tastes vary.  Chop up chicken and place into a small pan with teriyaki just barely coating the bottom, cut up the jalepenos and add it to the pan with chicken.  When chicken is done combine into the other pan and cook until hot.

notes:  1 bag of vegetables of rice or noodles makes one plate full as seen here, so you can base how much you need to get by how much you plan to eat.


Ribs with special mashed potatoes


1 pack of boneless ribs

chili powder

crushed red pepper

garlic powder

grainy mustard

barbecue sauce

Mashed Potatoes:

3 cups Idaho instant potatoes

cream of mushroom soup

can of corn

1/2 tablespoon of chili powder

Directions for ribs:  cover pan with aluminum foil place ribs in.  Make a rub out of the chili powder, mustard, garlic, and crushed red pepper and rub it onto each piece of rib being used.  Coat the bottom of the pan with water and cover with aluminum foil.  Place into 350 degree oven until light brown(40 minutes).  Take out, uncover and pour water out, pour barbecue sauce over the ribs and place back into the oven uncovered for 30 minutes.

Directions for Mashed Potatoes:   Follow the directions on the box for the amount of mashed potatoes you would like.  While cooking, substitute cream of mushroom soup for milk, and stir.  While still hot add the can of corn, and chili powder.