I hope everyone had a terrific Thanksgiving! Now that the turkey is out of the way, we can start thinking about football again. This is rivalry week in college football. There are tons of big games going on this weekend.
We are watching the Iron Bowl at home. We already have our tailgating menu planned and this Hot Salsa Dip is definitely on the menu! This dip is so delicious. The flavor and heat all depends on what salsa you choose. I love Trader Joe's salsa. You could also make your own or get some from your favorite Mexican restaurant.
This dip can be made ahead of time and baked when you are ready to eat.We served this dip with Fritos, but tortilla chips would work great too!
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
Place sweet potato fries on baking sheet and place in preheated oven.
Set timer for 10 minutes.
While fries are cooking, cook chicken in skillet for 2-3 minutes per side. You just want to get some nice color on it. Place seared chicken on baking sheet. The original recipe says to bake the chicken at 400 degrees. I just baked it a minute or two less at 425 degrees.
When the timer goes off, place seared chicken in oven.
Alexia frozen sides are a delicious addition to any weeknight meal! They are that little something extra to help create a balanced meal with real ingredients and an exceptional taste!
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I was cleaning out my freezer and found a package of frozen meatballs. I was brainstorming on what to make with them and thought what about Meatball Stuffed Shells? I decided to give it a shot. Guess what? They turned out great! We added a salad and some garlic bread for a delicious Italian feast.
I like cheese in my stuffed shells, so I adapted my usual stuffed shell recipe to add meatballs. These were delicious! I didn't thaw the meatballs before baking. I just let them bake along with the pasta. It worked great and saved some time.
This makes a lot. We ate this for dinner and lunch the next few days. Next time I would make the whole recipe and freeze half of it.