this does not qualify as made from scratch - but each time i've tried to do that, my family revolts and says "we like yours better!" i've been asked for the recipe many times, too, so what the heck - here it is on zaar in all it's glory. don't get me wrong, this takes a lot more time than opening a jar, and it makes enough to feed an army. it does freeze very well, though. the best part is, you can use any or all of the veggies and really pack a nutritional punch. i've even added finely diced carrots and it still turned out great. i will say that, imho, the hot italian sausage really makes the sauce. i *suppose* you can use sweet, if you really need too...
i have so many recipes for marinara, my favorite tomato sauce. they must always include lots of garlic and a good red wine. you can adjust the chunkiness when processing. you can also adjust the garlic, olive oil, and sugar to your own taste. i also like
an older recipe from sunset magazine. when i'm the only one home for supper, this is probably my favorite thing to make. it's a quick, soothing recipe, and i get to have leftovers for lunch the next day! note: zaar does not recognize "potstickers", bu
i wanted to do something different with chicken,and this is what happened.if you decide to double this recipe,just use one egg.for a real barbecue type meal serve with baked beans and cole slaw.submitted to "zaar" on november 21st, 2007.
i'm not a big fan of fried foods, but i do love sweet potatoes and this recipe caught my eye. for a treat, try it! slice the sweet potatoes as thinly as possible to decrease fry time and increase crispness. slicing the sweet potatoes with a mandoline mak
i'm adding these to my gift baskets this year. i found the recipe in better homes and gardens. they sound tasty and very easy, and they are quite cute for the kids, (and adults alike!) i like the fact they can be made a week ahead. the cooks at the magazi
Follow the food and cooking here.