this is a spin on a recipe i got at the toh cooking school i just attended. the original used the new peanut butter/chocolate morsels, but i wanted something different. i used the caramel ones, slathered on some sugar-free ice cream, and it was deeevine! the filling is very rich, so cut the sugar where you can.
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from "the best recipes of the world", mark bittman. i used fresh cod as dh won't touch salted cod. i also skipped step about cooking fish and just shredded, cut really good prior to mixing with other ingredients.
another recipe from ingrid hoffman's latin kitchen. she keeps this in her fridge to always be ready to add a little something extra to recipes such as: chicken, beef, pork, potatoes, beans and lentils. you can also use it as a base for soups. it will keep
wondering what to make for mother's day that's comforting, delicious, and good to eat at any time of day? this version of the classic biscuits and gravy is kicked up a notch with the addition of portabella mushrooms and swiss cheese.
i'm a fiend for black bean sauce so had to try this (tweaked slightly) when i saw it at the uwajimaya website. preparation time doesn't include time to cook rice (could also be served over noodles). i'm sure pork could substitute admirably for chicken.
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