this light and fragrant vietnamese dish can be made even faster, if you used a pre-purchased nuoc cham. i also use a purchased fine coleslaw mix instead of the lettuce and carrot in the salad, and finally, i use a meat cut called "sizzling steak" from woolworths which is already in very thin steaks, so you only need to slice these up- much less to chop and very impressive looking meal! cooking time does not include marinating time.
yummy and reminds me of grandma's house at christmas. many recipes are similar to this one but this one is the best by far. you can use all butter but the shortening helps to brown and crisp the shortbread shell.
we love the simplicity of this recipe. the seasonings highlight the flavor of the lamb and the roasting method is no-fuss, tried and true. feel free to use a combination of seasonings that pleases your family. this is based on a recipe from a book ent
aryan worked for my grandparents when my mother was a teen. this is her crepe recipe as handed down to mom and then to me. it's a family favorite for weekend breakfast and for dessert. we've even framed the recipe for the kitchen wall!
this dish is not only delicious, but fast and easy too. when dinner has to be on the table in 20 minutes this is the recipe i always reach for.when i know i'm going to be pressed for time at 6 o'clock the next day, i cut the chicken into strips the night
adopted from kraft magazine. a nice change of pace from the standard baked breaded chicken. usually i don't worry about how to serve a dish but they recommended making a really light dressing and placing the chicken on a bed of spinach leaves with this
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