from www.shopworldkitchen.com. this is delicious! the original recipe simply said 4 sausages, i am guessing 1 pound, but you could probably use 1/2 a pound.note: i tried adding a can of black beans to my last batch - not my best experiment and i do not recommend it. :(
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this is from "herbs and spices the cook's reference" by jill norman. i've never seen one like this! it sounds more like a flavored oil sauce. serve with poached or baked fish, grilled meats, artichokes, cauliflower or broccoli.
when, as a diabetic, your sugar supply is removed from life, you start mourning. i turned to fruit to ease my aching sweet tooth. this is one of the recipes i used to treat myself to something that is rich and a bit more sweet than i really should eat.
a side dish to serve with cabbage & fish & coleslaw dressing.quick to prepare and cook. garlic & green or hot pepper lovers add as much as you like.photo shows the patties after being pressed in a measuring cup to bake.
a cuban dessert recipe adapted from bake until bubbly by clifford wright. this could be adapted to individual ramekins--that way you could downsize the recipe. you could also add more caramel sauce and whipped cream. i have changed this a bit after look
so quick and easy to make. a hit with everyone and makes great leftovers. i found this online somewhere years ago. i wanted something that didn't have to sit over night and i don't like the soggy bread in most casseroles. once i found this, i never look
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