i found this recipe online. the idea here is that you put all the sauce ingredients in a freezer bag along with the chicken, freeze it, and then thaw it and dump it into a pan to cook. i find that premixing this sauce helps, though, as it is fairly thick.
perfect for cookouts, grilling, potlucks and more! there are others with the same name on the site but the ingredients are different in this one from pillsbury get togethers magazine. this one is fresh and light and can be a meal or a side dish. it is ser
while i have checked each recipe that i have added to make certain that there wasn't one just like it, i guess it still surprises me a bit :) my aunt marge use to make these cookies year round. she had four daughters that were famous for throwing the bag
this recipe came from an old cookbook that was given to me more than 30 years ago. whenever i prepare this for guests, they always want to take some of the sauce home. it's simple, very good and satisfying.
jamie oliver is one of my favorite chefs. this is definitely comfort food. it is also pretty inexpensive to make. *due to reviews, i have reduced the amount of beef broth to 2 cups. if you would still like a thicker sauce, be prepared to add a slurry of s
i love beets and am always looking for other ways to cook them - this is from rachel ray - she suggests garnishing this with crumbled ricotta-salata cheese (or feta)and roasted asparagus. i am a purist and served it plain to enjoy the beet flavor. i als
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