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...
having recently discovered an allergy to tomatoes sent my italian world into a tailspin. how would i ever survive?? here is a wonderful, nourishing, comfort-food soup that i put together that eased my sense of deprivation. the amounts are very flexible, p
these were without doubt the most popular drink that we served in the restaurant i ran in cyprus! they are known as the national drink of cyprus, and are delicious as well as being very refreshing. we used to make these with the local cypriot brandy, whic
a robust flavoured trinidadian side dish or vegetarian spread for flatbreads. i don't usually add pepper to this as i think the flavour is intense enough. if not using a non- stick pan increase the oil to 2 tablespoons.
warning! this is delish! sauce is made from scratch (easy). the combination of cheeses and cream cheese is wonderful! i add a little less cheese than what is called for, but if you are like my mom then you will like the amount of cheese called for. the pr
this is for those who love noodles and sauerkraut. it never lasts long so thought i would share it.. :) if you like more butter you can add 2 more tablespoons with the onion while you are cooking it. enjoy!!
i have recently started the ww core program which emphasizes whole grains, produce, and a little bit of good oil. around the same time i started i also re-found a lovely little cookbook that a friend gave me a few years ago called
this is one of those recipes that seem like they might have potential so you cut it out and save it. finally get around to trying it and find it is now a regular feature in your meal planning. it is great because it can be easily adjusted to be low-fat. l
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