Potatoes and cheese just scream comfort food to me and on a cold winter night, a pan of cheesy scalloped potatoes really hits the spot. This is a super easy recipe and beats the hell out of the boxes of dehydrated potatoes from the store. Tips on Preparation The easiest way to cut up your […]
Cooking and Recipes
Yes, the MadMadViking can cook.
Not all guys are morons that can’t fend for themselves. We aren’t talking caveman, stereotypical “dad grills on special occasions” either. On these pages I’ll share my best recipes that I’ve tried and liked.
I’ll likely throw in some posts with some of my favorite cooking tools and toys that you might think about making your own.
I originally dug this recipe out of the web for one of my trips out around Mount Rainier. The woman I adventure with most always gives me grief that I don’t bring enough vegetables, so I make a vegetarian dish for one night’s main course. Now I wouldn’t try this recipe if I was backpacking […]
Skip the overpriced store bought bean patties. This super easy garbanzo bean patties offer up a great alternative with very little work.
Need an easy and filling dinner in less than hour? This creamy hamburger casserole is a breeze to whip up and uses ingredients you likely already have handy!
As a side dish, it doesn’t get much easier or more elegant than bacon wrapped asparagus bundles.
A great, protein packed winter soup, this is an easy way to feed the whole family.
This easy low carb chicken casserole is a great way to feed the family something healthy. It is also a great way to make use of leftover rotisserie chicken. Check the very bottom for a tool tip for making shredding meat super easy! Print Recipe Easy Low Carb Chicken Casserole Course Main Dish Cuisine American […]
This baked potato soup recipe is the perfect food for a cold Fall day. I encourage you to make a batch and try it out. Serve it up with some crusty rolls for dipping. Print Recipe Best baked potato soup recipe Course Main Dish Cuisine Soup Keyword Bacon, Potato, Soup Prep Time 15 Minutes Cook […]
Easy to make, hearty, comfort food meal. In my world this is enough to feed about 6 people as the main course. Normal people will likely get more servings. Note that there are no hard and fast rules with casseroles. Adjust with what you have available. Don’t have chicken? Use ham or turkey. Don’t have egg noodles? Use what you have.
A super easy and fast dinner that you can put together in half an hour and feed the whole family. Serve with some crusty bread if you have some hanging around!