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wow, italian comfort food with fontina, parmigiano and provolone cheese. even my meat & potato loving ds stops dead in his tracks for this! the original recipe from barrilla omitted any directions for the salt and pepper.
you know, growing up, i had all sorts of funny combos of food i liked. this one seems to be the one i am still eating when i want a snack and nothing else in the house sounds good. i love it with chicken noodle soup.
a different chicken dish! i've also taken the 'crouton' mixture, and used it for stuffing a roasted bird--also excellent. don't worry about being too exact with 3/4 and 1/8 teaspoons, i just throw it in by feel. also, curry powder, poultry seasoning,
now i hope that everyone remembers growing up making roast beef, corned beef or chicken hash. throw in a little of this, a little of that ... carrots, potatoes, celery, some gravy or broth, some seasoning, etc and presto. throw a couple of eggs on top a
the (optional) vinegar will bring out the great taste of the veggies and compliments the seasoning combination. i steam the potatoes in the microwave and the other vegetables in a basket on the stove top. in that way, the veggies all are done at the same
small marinated sandwiches. i first had this at a friend's house where she had a luncheon for a few friends. it was so good, we all had to have the recipe. it's not exactly low calorie, but so worth it for special occasions.
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