this is a very tasty, quick and easy recipe to throw together. i serve it in iceberg lettuce leaves as a great low carb meal, but if prefer carbs it is great served with noodles.
i had a recipe for a similar pie once from a bisquick cookbook but i lost it. i made this one up based on a few other impossible pie recipes that i had and i actually liked my version better than the original one that i had so i thought i would post it.
entered for safe-keeping, adapted from cook's illustrated to use half bread flour and half whole wheat flour. this makes one 9-inch loaf, so i have loaded the ingredients in the order my zo abm would prefer, as i am usually lazy about bread. note: 2 1/4
this "shmear kase" (smear cheese if translated literally) is an amish recipe in this area. this is served at amish weddings and church dinners - and of course in many homes year-round! it is generally eaten on bread or toast, and often topped with jelly.
we make these lamb chops on australia day, as i can take them from the freezer, pop them in the marinade container, with the marinade, and keep them in the bottom of the eski all day while we are at the beach. the lamb is tender and flavoursome when cook
i recall getting this from an old gourmet magazine. it is super easy and great to have in the freezer for pasta. fresh basil is a must. difficult to give number of servings because it depends on how much sauce you like.
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