this is a recipe i've fiddled with a little bit over the years, and is usually what the kids ask for every morning for breakfast! i use a griddle that makes about 9 at a time, with one ladle-full of batter per pancake, so if you make them bigger or smaller of course the yield will be different.
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.
we had gen pao's chicken (http://www.recipezaar.com/general-paos-chicken-388333) for dinner last night, but my kids wouldn't touch it so we had a bunch leftover. i decided to blend the sweet oriental chicken flavor with pesto, blue cheese, sweet onion, ro
from a 1960s rural new zealand cookbook, this is the recipe for apple cider. i haven't tried it yet as i am still collecting enough swing stoppered glass bottles to recycle for this recipe! cook time is actually the standing time
i couple this with 1 quantity of my shortcrust pastry recipe #177343, will give instructions as a note at the end of the filling recipe. times will not include for making the pie. i put this one by my dietician and she's o'kayed it for diabetics as the
this doesnt taste exactly like arabian pita, but it is close. so quick and easy, and tastes better with arabian dishes (hummous, falafel, shawerma, etc). i make it when i can't get arabian pita, great with "fooll muddames" as well. this is my mom's recipe
if you like extreme heat then throw in another jalapeño and some tabasco, this could also be made omitting the jalapeño if desired, my family likes it really hot so i use 3 large jalapeño with the tabasco :)
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