i love the classic 7 layer salad and i love veggies so i just kept adding more ingredients and now it's an 11 layer salad. i made it for thanksgiving one year and it was the talk of the party and gobbled up fast. i have been told this is the best layer sa
japanese deep-fried tofu with a soya sauce and dashi sauce. absolutely yum. i originally found the recipe in a japanese cookbook i have at home. nb. the daikon and ginger is usually mixed into the sauce and the tofu then dipped into this mixture. you m
i got theis recipe from allrecipes website. i don't know who alison is,she be irish. anyway my husband loves potatos and cabbage with corn beef. today i'm making this for the first time. i hope it turns out good.
this is so good!!! i originally got this recipe from a “best of bridge” cookbook. i’ve changed the recipe a bit and also expanded the recipe since the original only filled my bread-bowl about a quarter full. it’s so awesome and even reheats well (wrapped
a friend gave me some sample curry pastes from the company blue elephant:royal thai cuisine, and oh joy, they have recipes on the back! this one uses the tom yam chili paste(hot), the description reads "combined with lemongrass and galanga, this aromatic
most mushroom recipes are spoiled by too much foreign flavor. portabello mushrooms have a very distinct flavor and are the choice mushroom companion for many dishes. this recipe preserves the flavor and aroma of the mushroom, yet adds that little bit extr
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