this recipe's a winner - it's got enough flavour for the more adventurous in the crowd and yet it's not spicy at all. it is a sweet and oh so tasty recipe. i did not include the overnight marinating time. enjoy!
france meets french polynesia! exotic coconut, banana and cinnamon island flavors complement the rich creamy, buttery, orange staples of the french countryside. this is an easy breakfast or brunch meal since it's all made the day before (the 12 hours pass
made the day before just sprinkle on topping and place in oven. hop in the shower and breakfast is ready. a great way to start any day. baked french toast filled with cheese and blueberries. one of my rsc recipes that i didn't enter. go figure!
this sauce is excellent poured over any kind of roasted meats, or even pasta. it's rather rich, but delicious. to save time, you may skip roasting the shallots and simply saute them, but the roasting enhances the flavor.
this is my cutlet recipe. i add with a little grated coconut added for a twist sometimes. i like to serve these with a tomato sauce or a dipping sauce, as an accompaniment to pulao and raita or even dal and rice. not very sure of the yield as it varies de
this is a refreshing summer dessert our friend margaret makes each boxing day. it is not exactly as margaret makes it because i made this from memory, it was never written down, but it does taste the same. the first couple of times i made this i used cu
refreshing! light! great way to use that last cob of grilled corn. gives the dish a light smokey flavor. good for picnics, camping,& pot luck. makes a good side as well as a meal. using it as a relish to top grilled salmon or tuna. try dipping tortilla ch
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