got some zucchini that you need to use? this is the dish for you. i originally saw this recipe in southern living magazine and then couldn't find the magazine when i wanted to cook it. i remembered basically what the ingredients were, just not the amounts. with some experimentation, i created a dish that tastes pretty delish! it's one of those dishes that makes people go back for seconds. frying the zucchini before adding it to the casserole, helps to seal the moisture inside.
this is the easiest dessert you can ask for and everyone loves it! 4 ingredients and simple to make! it's delicious and kids love it! prep is less than 10 min, but allow 8 hours to chill in order for wafers to be soft. for anyone that doesn't like che
a simple but impressive recipe from my mother, charlotte white. the honey accentuates the natural carmelization of the onions, and the catsup (surprise secret ingredient!) lends color as well as flavor.
an incredible alternative to the red stuff! i have served this a half dozen times as of the posting this recipe -- which is precisely why i'm posting the recipe, because people always bug me to death for it after they taste this delicious dipping sauce. a
i can eat this salsa as a meal it's great with any kind of tortilla chips, but i always use the ones that act more of like a spoon....or scoop. heck, forget the chips and just use the spoon! it's just that good. i thank my mom for this keeper.
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