Go get the American Heart Association Meals in Minutes cookbook. Lots of quick, easy, healthy recipes. They taste good too. For me, if I know I have something easy to make at home, I'll be less likely to want to eat out.
Chicken Imperial!!!!!!!!!! It rocks!!! I love to make it. http://www.raspberryworld.com/recipe...l_chicken.html
The recipe i use is a little different than this one, but mine is out of an old cook book and i modified it a bit- this one sounds good too. instead of bread crumbs, i've found that crushed corn flakes are much better. I also used basil, rosemary and a bit of other seasonings to add flavor to it. And i cut the chicken up a bit. I also add a pinch of monzerella or parmesian to the top of it right when i take it out of the oven and let it melt on top! It's awesome!
I make these 2 for my yahoos(kids) all the time
Mac-n-cheese with hot dogs cut up and mixed in it
mac-n-cheese with cooked hamburger in it
Stew is easy and fairly cheap also.
I have 4 kids, so I am the Queen when it comes to making meals last and cheap!!!
It's basically recipes submitted by REAL people. Every one has tons of reviews and ratings with people saying what they did and didn't like about it and what they would or did do differently.
You can also search for recipes based on different things, like my favorite...what ingredients you want to use or have on hand. I swear, this site is AWESOME! It was my addiction before I got Anya and discovered TCS.