this chinese-inspired appetizer is great at any gathering.
i found this recipe on the internet. it was originally for tuna steaks, but i've found that it is just as delicious for catfish and other white fish fillets, and for shrimp. original recipe is for 1 pound of fish, but i think this makes enough to marinate
exotic, tropical, cosmopolitan broome, an old pearling town in western australia, is a popular holiday destination. on market day, stall vendors whip up a wonderfully tempting array of dishes. this is one.
i found an emeril lagasse recipe for beef stew with cheesy fried grits and changed it around for my taste. my family loved it to the point my grandsons fought over the left-overs. i served it with cheese toast istead of messing with frying grits. t
my daughter's pre-k class made a recipie book for mother's day. this was submitted by one of her classmates great-aunts. i added the can of chicken to give it some protein for a main dish. yummy, easy, and fast!!
"there's too much liquid", you're going to say. trust me....this will work out to be the creamiest rice pudding you've ever made. stir once in a while to prevent any rice from sticking to the bottom, and use a large pot to avoid the mixture from boilin
i saw something similar to this on behind the bash with giada d. and came up with these. they served mac and cheese in them but you could really serve anything in them that would taste good with crispy parmesan. an easy way to fancy up your appetizers!
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