a delicious twist to the traditional version of bananas foster. it's always a hit for dinner parties and there's never a drop left. best served over vanilla ice cream or pudding. if traditional version of bananas foster is preferred, just omit the am
my daughter brought this recipe back from her honeymoon in argentina. it is very simple....the longest part is just marinating. (8 hours). this is not included in prep time as it is inactive prep time. any leftovers are great on a sandwich or on a salad
this sauce is much adapted from a ming tsai recipe. it goes well with chicken, pork, vegetables or tofu. i haven't tried it with seafood, but i imagine it would go wonderfully with shrimp (and one reviewer really liked it over salmon).
i found this recipe in the cooking light archives. i love fruit crisps, as we get so much fruit given to us from our berry grower friends. if you are looking for a dessert with lots of taste, lower in calories....this is the one!!!
i'm typically not a lover of asparagus mixed with pasta but in this dish, it rocks! my family appreciates a drier pasta so if yours likes things a bit saucier you may want to double the evoo/butter to get it to your consistency. i usually love broccoli
this takes minutes to throw together and everything is mixed in one bowl, sharp cheddar cheese is recommended to use for this, you may also sprinkle grated cheddar on top the last few minutes of baking --- to serve a crowd double the recipe and bake in a
delicious buttermilk coffee cake with a light spice flavor and a streusel-like topping. as coffee cakes go, this one has a pretty low fat content. taken from the better homes and gardens limited edition new cookbook.
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