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.
you will be amazed at how corn on the cob which usually took 30 minutes to an hour now takes 2 minutes per ear. my grandmother was out here in denver visiting me (she is from alabama) and she showed me this. i couldnt beleive how a microwave could do an
as a chinese-food-aholic, i'm constantly in search of low carb alternatives. i've tried cauliflower fried rice, and just could not get around the texture, so rather than trying to fill a void with poor alternatives, i decided to make something just as go
this is the most basic recipe for indian rotis or chappatis (sometimes called phulkas). while it is a 2-ingredient recipe, mastering the art of making the 'perfect roti' takes some practice, but the results are well worth your while! rotis are so versatil
kudos to mom for this one - she made it when we were at home and now it's a staple at our house. these freeze very well for you make-ahead people and you can double or even tirple the recipe with no problems. goes really well with mac n cheese.
i have tried so many pasta bakes but this one from the australian women's weekly is still the best imho! easy and very delicious, reheats great and everyone loves it - what more could you want! i've tried to translate the recipe into american as much as p
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