if you've ever been to bennigan's, you may have enjoyed this wonderful appetizer. we go there quite often for them. they're basically a blend of broccoli, cheeses, bacon, and onion, rolled in bread crumbs and deep-fried. they are then dipped in a special honey-mustard sauce. this is a copycat recipe from the website recipe goldmine and it's right on the money! they're very easy to make and if you want to wow your party guests with something deliciously different, by gosh- this'll do it!
i found this recipe a few years ago, having a craving for a funnel cake i found about 10 that sounded good, and simple, but this one was the best tasting one that i found...and yes, of course it would be the last one that i tried out of the 10 or so that
from the crisco website. posting for safe keeping. i am including the crepe recipe but feel free to use your favorite crepe recipe. times are approximate and do not include batter chill time. you can probably use any apple that cooks well. note: the
these babies are so moist, you can easily double the recipe just increase the ground meat to 3 pounds and double all of the other ingredients this will give you 8 mini meatloaves. use only half and half or full-fat milk for this, it will produce a moistur
i promise this is one of the nicest ways to enjoy quality tomatoes and basil. like i say, don't make this if you can't get hold of home-grown or vine-ripened tomatoes. it's not worth doing. and don't use your tomatoes from the fridge.
comfort food. i know the ingredient list is a little odd, but it makes a really tasty gravy with a lot of depth and character, almost somewhere in between a standard beef stew and pot roast. my family hasn't really cared for most of the stew recipes i've
favorite recipe from my childhood. wonderful with fresh michigan blueberries. the cooking directions might seem a little unusual, but the end result is a very crispy topped cake. trust me, it's worth it!!!
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