There are some meals that are always in our regular rotation. Pasta and spaghetti sauce. Vegetarian chili. Bean burritos. A simple tomato and hearts of palm salad. Stir fry with rice. And then there are meals that we're obsessed with for a while but that somehow fall off our radar. Beer and sausage pasta. Tofu scramble. We'll eat it once a week for a month and then not eat it again until, a year later, one of us says, "Hey. Remember when we used to make [insert delicious dish here] all the time?"
Well, I'm hoping this new favorite doesn't disappear anytime soon because it is so delicious and different from our normal flavor palate that just knowing I'm going to have it for dinner can sustain me through a rough day. I'm serious.
You can find the recipe over here at The Stay At Home Chef. I've traded out the spinach for kale when that's what I had on hand, and it was just as delicious. I leave out the chopped chipotle pepper and just use chipotle chili powder, and it's plenty spicy enough for me. But if you can't find chipotle chili powder, I would definitely recommend using a chipotle pepper because that taste is delicious and way better than just regular chili powder. And we use cheddar cheese rather than mozzarella because Cabot cheddar is all aged long enough to be lactose free (hurrah!).
(Word of caution: Chipotle chili powder is spicier than chili powder. If you add a bottle of it to your spice rack, don't accidentally interchange them in other dishes. I say this from experience!)
What's your favorite meals these days?