Comfort comes from different things. It can be the company of another person or it can also be from things you like. And most people, if not all, like food. There are dishes that soothes the soul. Such dishes can be different for every person. Others like sweets and desserts while some prefer baked comfort food, which can be perfect during cold weathers or just about any time you feel gloomy.
Buying takes time. And for people who have specific tastes, their comfort dish have specific requirements. The best way to achieve the taste of relaxation is to cook it yourself. Remember that it’s easier to cheer yourself up when you have the knowledge and means to cook your favorite food.
Here are several super easy comfort food dinner recipes options you can try:
Baked Potato Eggs
- Large baking potatoes (2)
- Butter (2 tbsp)
- Grated Parmesan (¼ cup)
- Precooked turkey sausages, diced (2)
- Large eggs (4)
Heat oven up to 400° F.
Clean potatoes and pierce outer skin with the ends of the fork. Bake until fork-tender, which is about 45 minutes. Cut potatoes in half. Slowly scoop the insides. In a separate container, stir in cheese and butter. Add the sausage. Put the mixture back on empty potato halves. Be sure to create a hollow in the center.
Break the egg to the hollowed center.
Arrange and bake from 10-15 minutes and serve!
- Buttermilk (1 cup)
- Buttermilk Biscuit Variations
- Flour (3 cups)
- Sugar (3 tbsp)
- Baking powder (4 tsp)
- Salt (1 ½ tsp)
- Baking soda (1 tsp)
- Cold unsalted butter (¾), cut into small pieces or grated
Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Grease the baking sheet with butter or line it with parchment paper.
Combine baking powder, baking soda, flour, and salt in a mixing bowl until thoroughly mixed. Steadily add butter to the mixture in parts until dough mixture is coarse. Then, add buttermilk and mix properly.
Place the dough into a lightly-floured counter. Pat into a rectangle with ¾-inch thickness and 10 x 12- inch dimension. Use cutter to carve out 2-inch squares or round biscuits. Place biscuits on the baking sheet and brush tops with cream. Sprinkle black pepper. Bake until
- Oscar Meyer Ready-to-Serve-Bacon (4 slices)
- 1 10 ¾-ounce Can condensed Cream of Potato soup
- Low-fat or whole milk (1 cup)
- 11-ounce can corn niblets (1)
- Oyster crackers
For 20 to 30 seconds, heat the bacon in the microwave. Set aside.
In a saucepan, pour the Potato soup cream. Steadily add the corn and milk. Break the bacon into smaller pieces. Since it’s been aired out after cooking, it’ll be easy to break. Slowly add bacon into the mixture while continuously stirring. Heat soup for 5 minutes.
Serve with oyster crackers (or other desired crackers) on the side to enjoy.
Why wallow in misery, discomfort, and the cold when you can easily get your hands on these wonderful soul and palate-delighting dishes. With these easy to cook dishes, you’ll easily cheer up. Don’t wait and get your own dish of comfort!