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Last week I was feeling a little under the weather. Maybe I caught a bug or perhaps I just hadn’t had enough sleep – whatever the reason, I was tired and cranky and I didn’t feel like cooking at all. Don’t you just wish you had a personal chef when that happens? People keep talking about personal trainers but I would definitely rather hire a chef!
Anyway, trying to avoid the fact that I was going to have to cook something eventually, I started searching online for easy recipes. I didn’t really care what it was, as long as I didn’t have to go to the store to get the ingredients, and as long as it only took me a maximum of twenty minutes. Lucky me, it didn’t take long until I stumbled upon this one. Sometimes it amazes me how you always seem to make the most delicious and comforting meals from such simple ingredients.
Recipe and image courtesy of Oven Love.
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