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
anyone who ever passed through chillicothe, ohio has some idea of what a sumburger is. this unique hamburger is a great change from the usual hamburger. the original restaurant was a drive-in and is still a very popular place to get good food.
my dh's amish mother raised him on this recipe. he much prefers it over store-bought ketchup. it was a taste i had to acquire, but now my ds's also prefer this type of ketchup. enjoy!
my mom always made tartar sauce this way. i like it much better than the bottled kind. i've tried plenty of fancy recipes, but i always come back to this one. sometimes the most simple recipes are the best.
i've never had it but i was told that the coneys at this now-gone ohio hotspot were just tops. my mother-in-law had some sort of connection there and here's the recipe. obviously, you may wish to halve the recipe (for 3 pounds of hot dogs). i hope it brin
my mom, irma, passed away 2 years ago, and this was one of my favorite "treats" that she made. she never liked sour cream dips, but she loved cream cheese. she found/made up this recipe before i was born. christmas, easter etc., a family party just wasn't
from her book, hot italian dish. the longer you cook this sauce, the more flaverful it will be. i minced my garlic but her recipe doesn't specify how it should be.
tequila; strawberries! i have nothing else to say. :)
i came up with this recipe to use up the number of cucuzzas i have growing in my garden. this spicy condiment is perfect on hot dogs or hamburgers. the relish can also be poured over a block of cream cheese and served as a dip with chips or crackers.
this chutney is very spicy - not sugary as most western chutneys. kashmiri chilli powder is much milder than regular chilli powder so adjust that if you don't have it. try and use a red onion if you don't have shallots.
adapted from original recipe # 133147. first did with kids from vera court community center near troy gardens. all of the mulberrys were gathered using the old method of a big sheet on the ground under the tree with a very long pole and hooks on the end
another jam in libby's book. her directions are scarce and she can't remember some things any more. it's a race to get her recipes down for her kin, and since i haven't made this yet i'm just guessing on times, etc. sorry.
love it. wished i had more gooseberries. as soon as i will get gooseberries i will make this jam again. for this jam i use dr. oetker's super gelling sugar 1:3. with this gelling sugar you only need 1/3 of the fruit weight to make the jam.
this isn't your usual chinese restaurant mustard sauce! this is a silky sauce lush with the flavors of toasted sesame oil and dijon mustard! wonderful with cold roast beef, lamb and chicken dishes. spread on steamed fish and foods off the grill. great on
horseradish is one of my favorite condiments as well as cranberry sauce. this is sweet and hot. i enjoy it on a smoked turkey & swiss sandwich, but also good alongside baked ham or roast beef.
a quick way to make a raspberry sauce without using pots & pans. good in summer over ice cream or for a simple elegant dessert put a scoop of ice cream in a meringue shell or between 2 meringues and pour over sauce! this come from my microwave (700wt) re
this is great to sweeten and add a lemony zing to tea or fruity beverages. it will keep in the fridge for up to 1 year. you can also dilute the syrup with cold water and ice to make lemonade. you can substitute the lemon juice with orange, grapefruit,
i've adapted this from a jamie oliver recipe. jamie makes it with his 'flavour shaker' but as most people probably don't have one - you can use a mortar and pestle. use this marinade for steak, chicken or fish. it imparts a wonderful flavour. we had i
really an effective spice blend...i got it in one of maharishi ayurveda newsletters and thought of sharing here !hope this will help you melt your blues away.. :-))
this cucumber salad goes well with just any kind of meal. in sweden, strong white distilled vinegar is usually used (12%), which gives the cucumber salad the correct sweet-and-sour flavour and a wonderful fresh and refreshing taste.
tahini is either too expensive, unavailable where you live or you don't have the time to make it from scratch... although i always prefer the real deal, there have been a few times that i've run out of tahini and had to use this emergency substitute.
this recipe is from sara's book "sara moulton cooks at home". homemade mustard needs to be stored at least 6 weeks before using, as it will mellow with age. a special thanks to chef #17803 for locating the hot mustard powder at http://www.penzeys.com/cg
save a lot of money making salsa at home rather than buying it by the bottle in the stores! this salsa freezes well.
this is a great all purpose bbq sauce for chicken, ribs, roasts, etc.
a delicious spread to be used on toast, french toast, pancakes, ice cream, etc.
the cheese in this recipe is actually supposed to be queso chihuahua cheese, but the site won't allow it. this is a recipe i was given by a cook at our local authentic mexican restaurant after trying for years to figure it out on my own. goes great on an
this is an easy recipe for sauce for your waffles or pancakes. i found it in an church recipe book.
it's spices speak for themselves -- delicious to have with your favorite pot roast or pork roast. it's easy to make up and can be stored in refrigerator up to a year. can be canned & frozen. makes a nice gift also !
this recipe comes from the nicholas sparks book called true believer. it has only three ingredients and my husband absolutely loves it!
i discovered that the tree bearing fruit in my garden is a loquat tree. it’s under an oak tree so i imagine that it wasn’t planted there deliberately but was the result of seed transfer by a bird. i decided to make chutney from my unexpected bounty. i use
the best cuts of lamb are lamb chops, rack of lamb, steaks, butterfiled leg of lamb. the best cooking technique: marinate overnight, and the ngrill over medium-high heat to desired doneness.
this is delicious served with rice dishes as a sauce or it can be used in other tomato sauce ways such as adding seasoned cooked ground beef and serving over pasta like i do as well. modified from the complete middle east cookbook by tess mallos.
i made this recipe a few days ago when my red currants where ripe. it seems i can never get my jelly hot enough but this time i hit it right. this is not for the faint at heart. this jelly packs a kick. it is great over cream cheese with crackers. it
this is the recipe i have always used to make plum jam. my family loves this!
from 'cooking with three ingredients' by andrew schloss.
the name says it all...absolute must for all the mushroom lovers out there...smooth as silk gravy!!
source: country woman magazine aug/sept. issue 1994
a great side or use for a brunch.
this is one of the best barbecue sauces i have tasted in a long time. it can be used as a marinade, a basting sauce and a dipping sauce. i used it for pork ribs but it would be good with chicken, too.
this is a savory all in one that is excellent for use on just about any dry roasted red meat or poultry. i developed it out of reminiscences of holiday roasts that filled the house with delicious aromas. we used to season with each ingredient separa
living in kansas city, we have a wide range of bbq joints to choose from, but our favorite has always been oklahoma joe's in the heart of kc! this is a mixture of flavors - sweet, peppery and spicy. you'll love it!
sauce for ginger beef tataki #224697. add an optional tablespoon of dried bonito shavings.
a not-too-tart combination. the lemon is delightful on cream cheesed crackers, buttered toast, or a cake filling.
i got this recipe for toh, and it works really well with chicken. i am thinking of using the splenda brown sugar blend to see if it sitll works as well.
i started making this to use in my daughter's chocolate milk, since i am not a fan of hfcs, and a teeny bottle of organic chocolate syrup was over $4. i double the batch and store in a 32 oz rubbermaid "chug" bottle. you can store this in the fridge in
i winged this recipe one weekend and it was a huge hit. people ask me for the recipe all the time!
my recipe for salisbury steaks grilled and simmered in a savory mushroom sauce, is fairly easy to prepare and delicious. this can be finished two ways -- simmered in the gravy on the stovetop -- or oven-baked.
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