this quick and easy fettuccine dish is served along side veal scallopine and topped with olives and tomatoes.
i found this on facebook. there are several pages dedicated to cambodian recipes, and this is one of them. there are fish sauces that are kosher, but i don't know about oyster sauces. usually vegan stores have some kind of imitation to replace the real th
many years ago progresso used to make a pepper salad product that they stopped making. during the time that they made it i used it on or in many different things. it was great in italian salads, sauces sausage, pepper and onion sandwiches and also as a c
this recipe is for those who say "this ain't hot!" this can be made using chicken, pork, or beef cubes. make up a variety for your next cook-out! you can opt to add some pineapple chunks onto the skewer mix, but it don't tame it much, this here's some hot
a nice alternative to the ordinary side dish! found in the "changing thymes" cookbook.
this recipe calls for the crust to be prebaked a bit before adding ingredients. feel free to change sausage to ham or bacon. this warms well in the microwave for those late risers.
dh and i enjoyed this recipe from williams-sonoma last night very much. we cooked in our stovetop grill pan. the recipe made more spice rub than was needed to coat the steaks so we heavily applied. we found that this overpowered the dish a bit, so i wo
it is amazing how little this recipe has changed after 1800 years. the roman physician galinos (129 – 99 ac) describes this sweet in his book with many details. source:the classical cookbook, andrew dalby and sally grainger. excelent source regarding a
these are great!
from www.topsecretrecipes.com. this is my all time favorite ranch dressing and i found it at outback. each packet of the dressing mix hold approximately 3 tablespoons worth of mix so you can triple the recipe, or make it 3 separate times. this recipe goes
from rachael's 2nd book.
i love mirj's funky chicken with sesame noodles. i decided to use the noodles as my inspiration for this recipe. it's really similar but totally different. we liked it and i hope others will too! cook time is the time it takes to make the pasta. *update*
seriously these taste like tootsie rolls. who can say no to a jello shot? this recipe, like all my jello shot recipes are not heavy on the alchol. i like my jello shots to be unique, have lots of flavor and be tame enough that you can have a couple.
steaming fish with veggies in individual packages is not only healthy, it makes assembly and cleanup a breeze. you can use foil in place of the parchment paper. orlando sentinel, 2/2010. i like to add herbs to this; dill if cooking salmon, other fresh
this is another great recipe from moosewood. this is quick, easy and yummy. you can try it with other pasta shapes too. add feta to the top and serve with tomatoes and balsamic vinegar.
this is one of rachael ray's recipes that i got off of the food network website. they're really incredible! talk about flavor! it's from her 30 minute meals show. however, this took me about 35 minutes to make (with the sesame noodles that she made with
this quick and easy recipe is lots of fun to make and very tasty as well. spanish chorizo is very different from mexican chorizo but mexican chorizo can be used in this dish.
this is one of those recipes that caught my eye. it was recently published in our local newspaper. i haven't actually prepared it yet. plan to do so this weekend. it is quick and sounds full of flavor and spice.
osman's is a tiny restaurant in mobile, al with "old world" european style cooking. this recipe is a house specialty and is also served with a mushroom sauce as jaeger schnitzel. the co-owners have shared the recipe on their website.
another healthy looking recipe i have collected and intend to try. i am eating a lot of beans and pulses these days and another way to use chickpeas is never a bad thing. i collected this recipe from the february 2008 copy of the bbc good food magazine.
this is quick and easy to make. low fat and loaded with protien. very yummy.
this recipe is adapted from a cookbook entitled best recipes of michigan inns and restaurants by margaret e. guthrie. this is a menu item served at arie's cafe in plainwell, michigan. if you ever find yourself in southwest michigan, do yourself a favor
a delicate cookie with a pleasant lavender icing, great to substitute low-fat and low-calorie alternatives
my grandma anderson would make these for my brother and me when we would come for our weekend visits. she taught me how to make these so i could keep her recipes alive and hand them down to my children. keeping her recipes in my family's cookbook keeps h
i adopted this recipe and recently tried it as a side with pork chops in mustard sauce (recipe #102748), rice, and a tossed salad. these carrots are different from the usual glazed carrots, as they aren't as sweet and carry a brightness from the citrus.
i found the basis for this one on allrecipe's but due to my family's preferences and ingredients i had in the house, i changed the original recipe and came up with this one and we loved it!!! you can use any mild white fish for this one but we use thin f
tequila; strawberries! i have nothing else to say. :)
great served in lettuce cups and garnished with tomato.
this recipe was clipped out of a local newspaper and tucked away for a few years. i ran across this in my recipe file and tried it. it was very good and freezes well. this is one of the recipes in good housekeeping's best one-dish meals. hope you enjo
just plain yummy. these are fit for company. served with a creamy mustard sauce. adapted from toh. the instructions are based on my cut of meat and may vary depending on how many slices of meat you get. the recipe said 16 slices but i only got 8. i
my sister in law, cassie, made this as a side dish, and it was so good that i wanted to share it!
this is from the olive gardens website - www.theolivegarden.com. now you can make this at home as well! it is nice to find a restaurant that will give out their recipes for a limited time so we can all enjoy them!
a well known new zealand slice recipe. normal size of a slice tin is 35cm long x 20 cm wide x 4 cm deep.
i got this recipe from my husbands mens health magazine. i made a few tweaks, one of which was to use boneless skinless breasts rather than the boneless skinless thighs the recipe called for. by making these changes i was able to get the fat down from ove
paula deen says this is the most requested sandwich at their restaurant in savannah, georgia! look and see why! note: the calories are so high because the total amount of dressing is firgured in. when you eat this you only use a small amount of dressing!
a popular street snack in mexico. it's light & refreshing, crunchy & sweet with a little bit of heat! make your dressing first, then prep the salad. from chef jeff smedstad & the elote cafe.
i love cinnamon. when i started my diabetic diet, they told me that cinnamon actually helps the insulin work and promotes health in a diabetic. so, with that in mind, i started using tons of it. i love it, so that wasn't a problem for me. i use it on
a typical african dish, traditionally served on phutu (a stiff porridge of maize- or cornmeal). leafy vegetables (morogo) are often used in african cooking and this dish may also be prepared with fresh pumpkin or bean leaves.
swai is a relatively new fish in the meat counters of my area of the country. while shopping at sam’s, i saw the bags of frozen swai fillets and they looked so good that i decided to buy them even though i did not know what the heck a swai was. i think
i don't know who susie is, but my mom has made this salad for years and it is my absolute favorite! everyone requests this dish whenever we go to barbecues! don't add the dressing until right before serving or the salad will become soggy. i have made this
got this recipe from alva carpenter's slimlines. didn't get a chance to try it yet but thought it was worth posting.
with a wonderful combination of colors and flavors, this pasta salad goes great with barbecued chicken or pork. i found this recipe in a magazine, i think toh, but not sure. not yet tried by me but here for safe keeping because it sounds good and a litt
this is from the "vegetarian appetizers" cookbook. the picture looked so fabulous that i just had to try it. dh and the other guests just gobbled these up. the pesto is pretty tasty! you will have to guage the olive oil based upon how you like your pe
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