according to marcus samuelsson, this is a very traditional swedish salad and a classic accompaniment to swedish meatballs. i made it, using his pickled beet recipe (posted here), but you could certainly substitute your own favorite. it's very easy to put together and should be served warm or at room temperature, so if you make it ahead, make sure to let it 'unchill' before serving. i have made it with real mayo and sour cream and with lite mayo and fat-free sour cream--you can hardly tell the difference and the latter saves a lot of fat and calories.
these little gems look like a bite of chocolate heaven - even to me!! i know they will satisfy my little guy - who is on an anti-veggie kick at the moment. makes me think of the decadent chocolate frosted cake from school daze that had beets in it - eve
this is a great meal eaten the same day ,but even better the next day , if you can wait! add your favourite spices, but try it first as it is and i think that you will enjoy the 'vegetable' taste. good for freezing.
this recipe goes back many years, it is one of my family's favorites, i have served this many times to dinner guests and received rave reviews, plan ahead the roast needs to marinade in the fridge overnight.
this comes from a sunset cookbook compilation, in the section titled "low fat italian." i made this when my wonderful vegetarian nephew came for dinner, and we all thought it was heavenly. it's a little bit like an oven-baked frittata. i used a mix of z
i know this sounds kind of strange, but you have to try it. this was my favorite school lunch when i was a kid and i now re-create the memory for my kids. i still love it and so do they. i have included the ingredients for one sandwich, but you'll want to
this was a yummy meatless meal i found at hillbilly housewife. it set up beautifully in the oven, and got 2 thumbs up all around the table from dh and both kids. i added the corn, and thinks it really helped the flavor and consistency, in addition to ad
this is a slightly different version of the buffalo chicken won tons already posted here. i checked out the others and they weren't really what i was looking for, so i came up with this by mixing buffalo chicken dip with my love of using won ton wrappers
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