Life, Home, Faith, & Business, Lite Cooking, SHOP MY COOKING, SHOP MY FUN, Sunday Dinner's, Sunday Dinners

Baked Fish Sticks

You’re invited to our Sunday Dinner!  And do I have a new and family approved!  Baked Fish Sticks!  It’s so light and no frying is the best part! Yummy!

Baked Fish Sticks 081819 Sunday Dinners


Ingredients:

1 1/2 pound of Alaskan Cod Fish cut into 1 to 2 inches

1 cup flour

1 teaspoon salt and pepper

1 bag of panko crust lemon pepper

1/4 tbsp of melted butter

A drizzle of olive oil

1 tbsp of fresh parsley or parsley flakes (I used the flakes because I forgot to get the fresh while shopping!)

1/2 or 1/3 cup of parmesan grated cheese (I used less because I didn’t want the cheese to over power the cod but to give it a slight tang to it.)

Canola spray for the baking pan


Let’s begin with cutting/slicing the cod pieces. Set aside.

Bowl 1 – Mix the flour, salt, and pepper in a separate bowl. Set aside.

Bowl 2 – Crack the eggs and mix.

Bowl 3 – In the 3rd bowl mix the panko crust, parsley, butter, and oil. Mix thoroughly. Then add the parmesan. Mix. Set aside.

Begin with bowl 1. Follow video.

Bake at 415 degree oven for 12 minutes. Flip the sticks and cook another 5 to 7 minutes.


Baked Fish Sticks 081819 Sunday Dinners (1)

Bon Appetit! From my kitchen to yours!

Sign Up for Amazon Prime Account

All links are my affiliate links.

 

Follow at me Facebook!

Missed the big Headband Beta Box Launch! Get on the new request waitlist!

Daily Living, DIY PROJECTS, HOME IDEAS, Pin Me, Share the Blessing of Life, Home, and Faith, SHOP MY COOKING, Sunday Dinner's, Sunday Dinners

Chicken Pad Thai For This Guy

Chicken Pad Thai For This Guy Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners

You’re invited to our Sunday Dinner’s! Welcome once again and you are always welcome to dine with us! First things first. Gather all ingredients.

Ingredients:

2 lbs. of raw chicken.  I usually buy the seasoned fajita pack. Thighs or breast. Whatever is your preference.

1 bottle of Peanut Sauce.  If you can’t find any make like so:

  • 3 Tablespoons fish sauce – I would add this a tbsp at a time, stir, taste, adjust, stir, taste.  Some people don’t like that much fish sauce but a a tbsp is just fine too.
  • 1 Tablespoon low-sodium soy sauce
  • 5 Tablespoons light brown sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons rice vinegar
  • 1 Tablespoon Sriracha hot sauce , or more, to taste
  • 2 Tablespoons creamy peanut butter , optional but what’s the point if there isn’t any peanut butter! I don’t ever skimp out on this.

1 lb. of Rice Noodles – This bag serves a family of 5.

2 – 4 sprigs of green onions

Toasted Sesame oil

1/2 cup salted spanish peanuts


Chicken Pad Thai For This Guy Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (2)

 

 

 

1. Gather all ingredients and begin to soak noodles in very hot water.  I usually boil up some water before hand, turn off heat, toss in noodles to soften.  This will take a sometime to soften up so do this first while you move on to step 2.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Chicken Pad Thai For This Guy Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (3)  2. Chop up raw chicken into good size bites. Since it’s already seasoned you don’t need to worry about salt and pepper. Toss in pan with a generous amount of oil. Cook until done. Set aside. Here’s my pan!

Chop up peanuts and green onions. Set aside. Here’s my Chopper!


Chicken Pad Thai For This Guy Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (5)

3. This is what your station should look like by now.


 

Chicken Pad Thai For This Guy Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (6)

 

 

 

4. Drain the soften noodles. Layer in some peanuts, all the sauce (or you can save some for the chicken), green onions. Fold in well. Careful not to break up the noodles. You can mix in chicken or on the side!

Bon Appetit!

 

 

 

 

 


Chicken Pad Thai For This Guy Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (1)XOXO Estela Kelley

 

Daily Living, DIY PROJECTS, Faith, Family, Perseverance, HOME IDEAS, Lite Cooking, MY WORK, Pin Me, Share the Blessing of Life, Home, and Faith, SHOP MY COOKING, SHOP MY FUN, SHOP MY WORK, Sunday Dinner's, Sunday Dinners

Big Bang Beefaroni

Welcome!  You’re Invited for Sunday Dinner.  Another Sunday series with some awesome recipes for you to keep handy and make your next meal a success all while feeding some hungry tummies.

Today’s dinner is Big Bang Beefaroni.  Named it so, because you get your food bang for your money here with this quick and easy meal.  It will probably be your go to meal during a busy week like mine is often.

Beef-A-Roni Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (5).png


Beef-A-Roni Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (2)

 

 

While gathering all your ingredients, grab a cooking pan.  Nothing works better than a well seasoned cast iron pan to brown and cooked up some lean ground beef. You will need a big pot for the elbow pasta.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Beef-A-Roni Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (3)

 

 

 

 

Do you like your meat well browned up with some small tidbits laying in the pan?  Sometimes, I do.  And drizzle on top of my Big Bang Beefaroni. Serve on the side for that person who likes just a little more meat taste.

 

 

 


Beef-A-Roni Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (4)

 

 

 

 

Make sure to carefully mix in the paste or fold into the noodles. Like I mentioned in Step 4, works best with hot fresh noodles/pasta.

When all done with all the steps, it’s time to get a bowl/plate and get your Spaghetti Scooper & serve hot with some hot french buttered bread, corn on the cob, and light salad. Guys and Gals….Dinner is served!

 

 

 


Beef-A-Roni Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (1)

XOXO Estela Kelley (1)@sharetheflippinfun

 

Faith, Family, Perseverance, HOME IDEAS, Home Life, Lite Cooking, MY WORK, Pin Me, Share the Blessing of Life, Home, and Faith, SHOP MY COOKING, SHOP MY FUN, SHOP MY WORK, Sunday Dinner's, Sunday Dinners

The Crusted Chop

Whenever I make this meal I always say, “Welcome to The Crusted Chop!”, to my kids.  I always feel that makes a great restaurant name. On that note, welcome to our Sunday Dinner’s at Share the Flippin Fun!

The Crusted Chop Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners


The Crusted Chop Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (3)


2.  Before I begin, if there are thick parts of the pork fat trimmings, I cut scissor them out.  For about 8-10 pork chops I usually measure out 1 cup of panko crumbs and parmesan reggiano cheese, 1/2 cup of the Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1 Tbsp. of the ranch seasoning, and salt and pepper. Mix all ingredients in a bowl.  This recipe is very forgiving so if you feel it’s too dry add in a tbsp. at a time oil. Or if you really enjoy the cheese flavor, a little extra shakes of cheese won’t hurt it either.

3. Coat both sides of the pork chop.

The Crusted Chop Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (4)


4. Lightly evening coat a sheet pan with some oil to prevent the crusted chop from sticking.  It may still stick, but with a little spatula swiveling under the pork chop, you can easily guide them out.  Cover with foil and bake at 380 degree oven for about 40-50 minutes (This if for the medium thickness.  If you purchased the thin thickness then less time.)

Cover with foil. You can flip them mid thru cooking time but I usually don’t.

The Crusted Chop Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (6).png

5. Last 10 minutes, remove foil and continue baking until golden brown.


Serve with anything!  This along with my Chicken Parmesan (minus the sauce) are recipes I can easily see myself eating and serving along a batch of scrambled eggs and biscuits!  I sometimes cut into bit sizes before coating and baking them and they are perfect for salads pop ins, in breakfast biscuits, or an extra protein snack.

Bon Appetit! And Welcome, To The Crusted Chop!

The Crusted Chop Share the Flippin Fun Estela Kelley Sunday Dinners (1)

XOXO Estela Kelley