this is an authentic tasting "ragu" sauce that is super rich and super flavorful. the bolognese portion of this recipe can be served over any thick pasta, as well as, be the primary component of this lasagna. i happen to love this lasagna and have been tweaking it for years. i'm not a fan of ricotta cheese based lasagna's and as you'll see from this recipe...this is coupled with a beschemel type sauce rather than ricotta or cottage cheese. you can spice this one up further (i sure do!) with crushed red peppers in your sauce. you can also tone it down with mild italian sausage or turkey italian sausage. the bolognese sauce can be made up to 3 days in advance and warmed up to make for the lasagna. this lasagna is also best baked right after assembling or the pasta will absorb the sauces and dry out. enjoy!!
this recipe comes from belgium. it is a lovely custard fruit bake, which resembles a cake. can be eaten warm or cold served with vanilla ice-cream or just plain. ive never used frozen berries in this. you can try but then make sure that they are not thaw
when our family visited puerto rico the only thing in the refrigerator that was edible was bread and cheese. so our grandpa(abuelito wato) sliced us some cheese and grilled it on some bread for lunch and a snack. when i got back home we modified it and
my neighbour gave me this recipe as we were renovating the kitchen and i didn’t have an oven for 6 months. i cooked everything outside on the bbq and luckily i had a wok burner connected to the bbq. this dish is very easy and very yummy. i think arroz
this is from a supermarket magazine. i posted it here for future use and safekeeping. a treat for the afternoon or when you need a little pick-me-up, with nourishing oats and bananas. cooking time doesn't include time to cool.
i found this recipe on the www.cheerios.com website. it appears to be different from the other posted recipes. "breakfast on the go? try yummy banana muffins with cereal baked right in them." tips from the kitchen - how-to: brown bananas? toss them,
these tacos are one of the most popular recipes on my blog. we made these by the hundreds for large dinners when i was in grade school. i can assure you that these are no ordinary taco. these are fried beef and potato tacos. after they're cooked, you
a german dinner party soup. badische schneckensuppe was the house specialty of the zum ritter in in durbach. if you don't like escargot, use extra mushrooms instead. my dinner guests couldn't tell the difference between the minced escargot and the minced
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