this is a recipe from the top of the riverfront in st. louis. the recipe was featured on rachel ray's tasty travels. plan ahead, as brownies need to cool several hours or overnight (cook time accounts for this).
i was looking throught my freezer and cabinets and came across some italian sausage and jarred alfredo sauce. and since i didn't want the usual italian sausage with red sauce,and wasn't in the mood for regular alfredo. this is what came out of the dark co
mexican green rice. for this recipe, i tested morelos' rice from mexico. use regular long grain white rice if morelos' is not available. from better homes and gardens. sometimes spanish rice just doesn't cut it.
an easy way to make every day ingredients into an elegant meal. i got the orginal recipe from an italian cooking magazine but have changed out both the cheese and meat depending on what i have. i've listed what i've used below.
cheesy name i know but the first time i made this for my son he asked what it was so i gave it a name. this is quick and easy and as for the suprise part i guess you could add to or take away from this recipe as you see fit and it would still be delici
Follow the food story Find cooking methods, recipes, tastings and everything about food here.