Quick Recipe: Chipotle Pasta

I’m back with another delish recipe! This week it’s chipotle pasta and it’s AWESOME. Made it for the first time a couple days ago and it’s a keeper. Check it out below… Chipotle Pasta2

Chipotle Pasta
Serves 3
Quick and delicious chipotle pasta.
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Cook Time
25 min
Cook Time
25 min
Ingredients
  1. Pasta (any kind you'd like - we used rigatoni)
  2. Frozen Peas (1 cup)
  3. 2 Tablespoons of Olive Oil
  4. Heavy Whipping Cream (1 cup)
  5. 1 Tomato (diced)
  6. 1 Red Bell Pepper (diced)
  7. 2 Tablespoons of Chili Powder
  8. Dash of salt and pepper
  9. 1 Teaspoon Marjoram
Instructions
  1. Boil pasta
  2. In pan, add in oil and then tomato, peppers and all seasonings
  3. If you're going to add in meat, also add this now and cook through
  4. Add in heavy whipping cream and peas
  5. Bring to boil
  6. Reduce heat, add in cooked pasta
  7. Mix and let sit on medium-low for 2-3 minutes
  8. Stir again, plate and enjoy!
Notes
  1. I don't know why I didn't do this, but I bet adding an avocado would be DELICIOUS.
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And here’s the final result…

Yum!

Chipotle Pasta

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New Fall Printables on Etsy

Hey everyone! Just added a few of my Fall printables to my Etsy shop and wanted to let you all know. More will be added soon, and after the Fall ones are up I will be adding all of my Winter printables as well! (How is Summer already over? Ugh)

Here’s a preview:

I'm so glad3 WM 

I'm so glad2 WM 

I'm so glad etsy framed

Green give thanks Etsy

“Give Thanks” is available in multiple colors! Don’t see the color you want? Just let me know and I can customize it for you!

Thanks for stopping by!

Rissa and Charlie Sig

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Front Porch Makeover Complete

It’s done, it’s DONE! Ok, it’s actually been done since the beginning of July, but I’m just getting around to writing this post. It’s been one busy summer! So I last wrote about the porch floor, where we ripped out the carpet and used a porch paint on the floor. If you missed that post click here to catch up.

Here’s where we started with the porch:

photo 1

Just fabulous, right?

I actually sanded down parts of the walls and spackled the hell out of them to cover any cracks. Then I painted. And it took a month. A lot longer than I thought, but definitely worth it. I used a Valspar exterior paint in white in case anyone is wondering.

I looked like this for a month straight pretty much.

White Valspar Exterior Paint

White Valspar Exterior Paint

You can really tell the color difference with these two pictures. Before the porch was a crap tan that just seemed dirty, and now it’s pure white. Much better!

White Valspar Exterior Paint

And then it was finished and time to decorate! I almost die every time I look at the before and after.

Renovated Front Porch

My mom gave us a couple of her Adirondack chairs too to put in there. I gave them a coat of spray paint for plastic to brighten them up a bit.

White Spray Painted Adirondack Chairs

We’ve had a lot of fun filling it with goodies we find. Found the anchor at an art shop and the seahorse was a gift from my mom from Home Goods! I LOVE seahorses.

Wooden Anchor - Seahorse

The lantern was another gift from my mom. So cute and matches perfectly.

Blue Votive Lantern

Got this bigger lantern at a TJmaxx, which is on our white table I sanded down and painted.

Wooden Lantern

And seahorse cocktail napkins of course (Home Goods).

Seahorse Napkins

Lanterns! From Pier 1

Blue Lanterns from Pier 1 Imports

This table used to be our dining room table when we first moved in. Since we have a new dining room table we decided to move this out here. Love it! Place mats from Home Goods.

Striped Place Mats

Decorative seahorse vase, because why not?

Seahorse Vase

Adorable plant stand from Target. Got this bad boy for less than $20!

Plant Stand

And of course a seahorse light catcher. Can you tell I really like seahorses? I think I need a real one.

Seahorse Sun Catcher

Oh, and our little cabinet I restored is on the porch too! Read here about how I turned an old dark wood cabinet into this masterpiece (with seahorse knobs, duh)

Restored Cabinet

And there you have it! Our new and improved front porch that we’ve been seriously enjoying and eating dinner on every night. What summer projects did you get done this year?!

Rissa and Charlie Sig

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