i have to use gf breadcrumbs, but otherwise these are hers. i tried to find a similar recipe here... i thought everyone put cranberries in the sauce! i e-mailed mom for the recipe and the directions are in her words. this meatball is sweet, moist and tan
a rich and delicious fluffy roll with just the right amount of crust and an awesome taste! try it with all ingredients called for, then if you have adjustments to make, by all means go ahead! watch for the coloring on the rolls as you don't want to get th
my search is over!! i have found the best! i have baked many cookies similar and these have the best flavor and texture. they are so addictive. keeps you going back for more. i use extra crunchy peanut butter.
simple title, simple recipe. i'm posting it because i just cooked it for my 16 year old son, who wants all his favourite recipes from home on recipezaar ready for when he goes to university in two years time.
i spotted these colorful squash at a farm stand in vermont last weekend - i brought them home and scoured the internet to find out what to do with them! i found the following recipe on whatscookingamerica.net. the squash turned out to be delicious, with
this is out of the fall 2008 clean eating magazine...this is great served with brown rice or rice pilaf and a salad. based on the first two reviews i have made a change in the directions for the sauce...
from "to set before a queen"--a cookbook written by a former cook for princess elizabeth's household (queen elizabeth before she was crowned, that is). it's an interesting cookbook, with some good recipes and some interesting anecdotes. she claims that th
this is a very traditional bread dumpling that is served in restaurants in austria and bavaria. this is a perfect dumpling to serve with a stew that has rich sauce. my mutti taught me how to make these when i was a little girl. unlike other recipes i've
i live in istanbul,turkey and recently i was at a restaurant where they served this fabulous meal. in turkey, the plums are called malta plums, a yellow, bruised looking plum that is sweet and sour in flavor. however, any sweet and sour fruit will do, for
a non-processed version of recipe #224911. it still uses prepackaged stuffing mix, but you can substitute homemade croutons, or leftover homemade stuffing (don't use the water either if your stuffing is already prepared).
based on a recipe from dr. atkins' new diet revolution book. we just love this! the intro to the recipe says, "clafouti is a french baked pudding dessert and is usually made with cherries. we've substituted lower-carb blueberries for the cherries."
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