when my dad passed away, someone brought this to the house. my son loved this so much, i was glad to be able to get the recipe.
i use a fajita seasoning mix i buy at super walmart called fiesta fajita seasoning mix. basically it is salt free and made with herbs & spices. pepper is a main ingredient, and not too much cumin. this mix is not one of the packaged things. i hope you can
i adapted my own version of this from 3 or four other recipes. i wanted a low fat, low cal granola so this is what i came up with. this version isn't real sweet but it has an excellent flavor. i wanted my granola pretty crunchy so i left it in the oven
after reading about 'bacon chocolate chip cookies', i thought that it sounded good and worth a try. found a few recipes, but then i 'tweaked' a basic cookie dough recipe, as i was out of chocolate chips. i substituted butterscotch chips and they turned
this makes a delicious breakfast/brunch treat. be sure to use canned pumpkin puree, not fresh, because even if pureed, fresh pumpkin can sometimes still have fibrous pulp. note that cooking time also includes sitting and cooling time.
this chicken has the crispiest skin, the most wonderful aroma, and the juciest meat. and, i love the simplicity of it. my friend from lafayette, la heard a chef talk on the radio about how to prepare his favorite roasted chicken and she called me with the
a recipe my mother-in-law gave me. whole family loves it! my mil used beef sausage because she can't eat pork, and i used to use hot & spicy sausage, but my husband can't handle that anymore so i use a milder version. for mustard i use spicy brown or dijo
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