these are great with chicken and turkey breasts as well as ground chicken and turkey. i have also used hard and soft taco shells. add your favorite toppings to make a super meal.
these are so wonderful, and worth every bit of the extra effort. this recipe is from an old gourmet magazine, i think - my copy is so old and yellowed from use, i can barely read it any more. these are almost like candy, but more sophisticated!
this recipe comes from two different cultures: asian and american--just like me! this is a very simple recipe. i recommend deep-frying the chicken in a pot or saucepan instead of a frying pan so that it doesn't make a mess on the stove top. enjoy!
this is an awesome and easy-to-make rib recipe. i always thought it was my mother's creation, but a few years ago i found a very similar version in a 1950s better homes and gardens cookbook. we'll never know who made it first. my mother was a home economi
i came up with the ratios for the dressing after playing around with a variety of other dressing ratios to fit my hubby's & my tastes. this is great over fresh salad greens--and perfectly balances the more bitter salad ingredients, like pea shoots.
betty given demonstrates recipes on youtube. when she demonstrated this recipe she praised it so highly, i had to copy it down. she calls this her go-to recipe and she uses it whenever she takes a meal to a neighbor for whatever reason.
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