Sunday Supper - Comfort for the soul
Sunday Supper Ideas
Sunday Supper Ideas
Oftentimes on Sunday you are tired. By the time Sunday evening rolls around you think to yourself, "where did the weekend go?" If you work the 40-50 hour week like I do, then you cram your laundry, grocery shopping, Target run, what I call my piddlin" run in. A piddlin" run is when I go to TJMaxx, Marshall's or the Painted Tree to just walk around and piddle. Once Sunday rolls around, it is Church, lunch, and whatever else you have to get done.
Greg and I always like to go to a movie sometime on Saturday or to a show at the Rep if there is one in town. We made it to Sunday evening and sometimes I am just beat! This is an easy meal to throw together. It is filling and a little lighter. I call it the "bread-less taco hamburger."
Here's the deal on the taco burger:
You will need:
Hamburger Patties (I used the lean angus beef)
Lowry's Garlic Pepper (a must in my house)
Salsa (I pick it up fresh at The Fresh Market or Walmart deli) I like mild. I can't handle the heat.
Living lettuce (this is the best lettuce there is)
Shredded Cheese --I like this either mild or sharp cheddar. Kraft is always good. Or you can shred your cheese if you like.
Tonight I served these with Alexa Crispy Rosemary Fries ( You can find these at The Fresh Market)
Lowry's Garlic Pepper & Extra Virgin Olive Oil for these as well
For the Taco Burger:
On your grill pan cook burgers until there is no pink in the middle. You can put them on a griddle if you like or whatever stove top you have. Be sure and add Lowry's garlic pepper ( a few shakes) salt & pepper to taste.
After they are brown (with no pink be sure and pat off the grease. I always take and put mine on a paper towel and really pat the grease off.
Top with shredded cheddar cheese (about a palm size)
Top with the living lettuce and then add 1 Tablespoon of the salsa on top.
Guess what? You are done with those burgers. No need for bread. Remember, we are going bottomless for tonight.
Pre-heat oven to 400 Degrees
Spray a large cookie sheet with Pam Spray to coat
Scatter fries flat throughout the sheet
Sprinkle 1-2 Teaspoons of Extra Virgin Olive Oil on top of fries
Sprinkle Lowry's Garlic Pepper on top
Bake at 400 Degrees for approx 20-25 minutes - (don't over bake - these don't need to be too golden)
You have yourself a simple, yet delicious #SundaySupper. You did the cooking, now let your significant other do the cleaning up!