this recipe was made at a potuck by a friend. it went over so well i decided to make it myself. well, now i get request to make it whenever there is a get together, and there are never any leftovers.
i got this aloo palak recipe from daawat.com, but have adjusted it slightly to my liking. it will serve two as a main course when served with naan bread or rice, or four as a side dish. if you like it a little milder deseed the chilies.
this is a local dish. central cafe is a nice little restaurant and this recipe comes from seasoned with sun. a wonderful cookbook by the junior leage of el paso. i made a few changes..of course! the original recipe calls for long grain rice and long green
this is one of those family recipes that has evolved over the span of my lifetime. i first learned to cook this when i was a preteen. it continued to tweak it during my married life. i had some leftover gouda in the fridge and decided to add it. since the
this takes some of my favorite flavors, basil and lemon, marries them with grilled chicken and melting cheese on a hot grilled bun. yum. i will post the chicken recipe on its own as well (you can use scaloppine too, i prefer the thicker cut) what i d
cool, light, refreshing taste treat for hot summer days. the combination of cucumber, cream cheese and dill is to die for! adjust amount of onion to personal taste. i tasted this when the wife of an associate made them years ago. i muddled around until
this is a great make ahead recipe that's perfect for informal get-togethers. if not preparing for serving later, you can omit the baking portion - just cook through when frying. i buy whole pork roasts and slice the entire thing for tenderloins. as
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