Table of Contents
Here are some of our favorite go-to PotLuck recipes.
All you need are some basic ingredients: sliced fresh mushrooms, red bell pepper, snow peas, shrimp, soy sauce, garlic, and sesame seeds are great in a stir fry. You just heat the oil, saute a little garlic in oil, throw in the red pepper, snow peas and mushrooms and stir-fry for 2-3 minutes. Then just add the shrimp and remaining ingredients and cook until the shrimp is pink (2-4 min) and the veggies are crunchy and you’re good to go. For an extra twist, cook up a little rice or serve with a salad.
This is hot right now among dieters and those trying to limit carbs without losing their protein. You will never be disappointed with a plain, no-frills version of this simple dish for breakfast, lunch, dinner, midnight snack or just because you want another excuse to eat avocado. But if you feel like getting creative, we have found 16 recipes to help you take your already amazing meal up a notch or two.
Spaghetti is always an easy stand by. Make it with or without meat. You can buy prepackaged meatballs and warm those up and serve on the side. Use penne pasta, whole wheat pasta, bow tie pasta and add some fresh veggies like red peppers and broccoli for those cold pasta dishes or for light vegetarian options. There are a variety of good options for prepared sauces and you can add your own magic touch.
Pot luck dinners can especially be fun when there is a mix of cultures. Have everyone make one dish from their home country and explain a bit about it as a way to share the customs and traditions of home.