I'm still a pretty strict recipe follower, at least the first time I make something. I'd like to get to the point where I can just throw things together, but at this point I'm just pleased if what I put on the table resembles the picture in the recipe. It's the process, not perfection.
I get recipes from few different places, but my consistent go-tos are Cheap Healthy Good and Real Simple. They are guaranteed tasty, take less than a half hour to prepare, and most of the time the ingredients are well within our budget.
Tonight's dinner came from Real Simple, and while the chorizo isn't terribly good for you, it was tasty.
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Chop up the onion into small peices, about a quarter inch and cook it with the chorizo, until the potatoes are tender (about 15 minutes.)
It was tasty and there is more than enough leftovers for a couple of lunches. Perfection.