i got this from the kraft magazine..i made it for christmas and it was a big hit!! i used a handful of chocolate chips instead of semi sweet chunks and used an entire tub of cool whip for the icing!
from "delicious and dependable slow cooker recipes" by judith finlayson. serve with white rice. recipe calls for hot peppers and peanuts. i made it with 1 tsp. cayenne pepper instead of red chili pepper. by the way, i like the way it tastes cold the nex
the flavor is indescribable. it exceeded all our expectations! i am posting this side dish because i want to encourage everyone to try this wonderful recipe. it is semi-sweet and very rich. let me know what you think! don't remember where i found it, but
you may reduce or increase the amount of hot dogs if desired, i also like to add in some cayenne pepper, 3/4 cup of brown sugar will produce a sweet taste you may if you prefer a less sweeter taste then use 1/2 cup or adjust the amount to taste.
this recipe is outstanding and is from foodnetwork - ultimate recipe showdown - recipe courtesy eboni williams, grand prize winner in the fried chicken category. chicken wings deep fried and drizzled with tropical sauce, brings these wings "over the top"
a truly delicious dessert cake served right from the fridge. i used blackberries that i picked in the forest. the recipe, which is from a swiss cooking magazine called 'le menu', calls for a chocolate with 70% cocoa. mine had less, but it was still delici
there are as many variations for bobotie as there are cooks. the only secret is to find you own favourite amount and mix of spices! other than widely believed, bobotie did not come with the slaves from indonesia, but was actually brought from holland by f
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