this was a real hit with my family! this recipe will make a large pan of casserole, so you may want to cut it in half. it's a great, savory meal all by itself, but it would also make a nice side dish for the holidays or be perfect for a pot luck. i made it in the middle of the winter for a cozy dinner side, and used up some shredded zucchini that i had frozen from the garden. to make it a little healthier, try substituting low-fat or fat-free ingredients.
these are leavened rice pancakes. wonderful to the extreme.they are traditionally prepared by using the milk freshly extracted from coconuts and toddy. my ex-neighbour (sagar aunty) gave me this much more simplified version without compromising on taste a
this is my version of the chinese home-style pancake that my mum used to make for me when i was a child-she used little dried shrimp instead of bacon and water instead of stock. these are great as a light lunch or a quick snack. my children love them, esp
this is from arielle's archives, but isn't on the site anymore, and it is wonderful to serve as an appetizer. i used dried onions and bottled grated ginger to save time and it is still very good. enjoy!
this version of french onion soup is freshened by the green sweetness of leeks, and the slight heat of chili flakes. if the combination of caramelized onion, brandy and cheese doesn't chase away the blues on those lingering grey days then nothing will. f
i love raspberry poppy seed dressing, but due to an allergy i can't use any commercially prepared salad dressings. this is my version of poppy seed dressing. this can be made with either blackberry or raspberry jam. i use smucker's simply fruit.
i first saw this recipe posted years ago on a homeschooling chat site. we have made this bread for years and love it. i usually use my bread machine to make it but sometimes i use the dough cycle and bake the bread in the oven. i bake at 350 for about
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