Sunday Dinner Linkup Party #2

Thanks to all those who participated in our first dinner party! It was so fun to see all of the delicious foods everyone posted. There was such a nice variety.
I’ve decided to select four of my favorites from the week, and then three recipes I found on Pinterest. It was SO hard to pick which ones I wanted to feature, but in the end here are my top three. Definitely check out last weeks post to see what delicious meals were posted. The four recipes I’ve found on Pinterest are linked up at the end. And for anyone that is interested, I will be posting my February Dinner Plan for what I’ll really be making each night as a PDF next Sunday.
Spinach and Onion Dip Pizza By Adventures in my Kitchen
Okay, when I saw this, I almost immediately went and made it. Spinach is one of my all-time favorite pizza toppings. Before I met Forrest, I probably would have NEVER chosen that topping, or really had any desire to eat it. But now, I love all things spinach. Spinach artichoke dip pretty much tops my list, and this pizza totally reminds me of that.
Photo from Adventures in my kitchen 
Cuban Chicken by Mom’s Test Kitchen
Chicken is one of the staples in the Clark home, but it can be difficult to come up with new ways to prepare it. I think this is a nice twist, and it sounds like it has some unique flavors.
Photo from Mom’s Test Kitchen
Chili Meatball Supper by One Creative Mommy
Here in Utah, we’ve been having horrible, freezing weather. I’m talking about in the negatives for multiple days in row, and not much warmer most other days. And, our house isn’t insulated very well, so it’s pretty much freezing every where we go. So chili and soup always sounds delicious. This recipe from One Creative Mommy has all the essential elements of a chili for me — meat, corn, and beans. I love the twist of using meatballs instead of just ground beef. So clever! This recipe also includes a gluten free option, which is always nice.
Crock Pot Ranch Pork Chops by Living Laughing and Loving
I’ve seen this recipe floating around Pinterest quite a bit, so I figure I should probably try it out sometime!
Lion House Sweet and Sour Chicken from Just Get Off Your Butt and Bake
Lion House Pantry is one of my favorite restaurants, and this is a great dish. It’s so versatile too — it can be eaten as a filling to a wrap, on rice, or just as a stand alone.
Chicken Tikka Masala by Mattawa Mum
Apparently, this is very similar to the chicken tikka masala recipe that the Bombay House in Provo, Utah, serves. Forrest and I absolutely LOVE Indian Food, but it’s a little too expensive to indulge in every often. However, making it is a different story! I might be surprising Forrest with this one sometime soon.
Stuffed peppers are always a great choice, and this is a different spin on it. Even though some people think Quinoa is so weird, Forrest and I tried it for the first time in early 2012, and have been hooked ever since.
And don’t forget to linkup a dinnertime recipe! Upon linking up, it is giving me permission to use your photo  And if you’ve been featured, feel free to grab the button below!



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  • I try and slip spinach into my homemade pizzas, but I get too many complaints. I like spinach but no one else in the family does. I like artichoke hearts too and add them to pizzas and I don't get complaints. Found you through the GFC blog hop
  • I made those quinoa stuffed peppers last week. They were prettty tasty but I thought the quinoa could use a little more flavor, maybe more cilantro, or garlic or jalapenos or something. happy cooking!

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